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Great brussels sprouts! Mine were pretty big so I cut them in half instead of cutting the 'x' in the core. Cooked them until they were nice and brown and loved the rich flavor. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Best of 2010 Event (recommended by Maito)
I'm in love! I always thought Brussels Sprouts were bitter and needed a bunch of butter to cover up their nasty taste! This is the simplest and best tasting Brussels Sprouts recipe ever! Hubby liked it so much he said they were good enough to eat as a snack!
This method makes a very delicious product - nice and brown and crispy. I can see why it made it into someone's best of the year cookbook! I used less oil and skipped making the "X" cores too, I think they are unnecessary.
These were perfectly cooked. I added one sweet potato (cubed) tossed in as well. All cooked wonderfully together. Looked pretty as well.
Delish!!! Roasting is such a great way to prepare brussels sprouts or any vegetable for that matter!! I quartered mine instead of the "X" cores and they cooked in about 20 minutes. Love the flavors of kosher salt and EVOO with fresh cracked black pepper on the sprouts!! Yummy!!!!!!!!! Thanks, Trinkets!
This is a perfect, simple recipe for such a yummy and undersung veggie! I considered drizzling these with balsamic vinegar toward the end of roasting, but in the end I'm glad I didn't. The salt and pepper were just enough, and the sprouts were so tender I couldn't stop eating them! Even DS (12 months) gobbled them up! Thanks for reminding me just how yummy roasted veggies can be. Made for Veg*n Swap #6.
This is a good basic recipe. I added garlic powder, but after tasting, prefer a little more extra flavor. I also made Trinkets' Roasted Red Onions With Butter, Honey, and Balsamic in the oven at the same time and dipped the cooked Brussels in the balsamic sauce. That was wonderful! I'll have to remember that combo next time I get Brussels (next year). Roasting is so much easier than stove top cooking. Made for Veg*n Swap #5.
The simplicity of this makes it so delicious. No cheese, no heavy sauces; just the natural roasted flavor of the brussels sprouts. I just added a sprinkle of garlic powder, but otherwise kept to the recipe. I love brussels sprouts ans love finding different ways to make them. Thanx for this!