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We made these as a side for Christmas dinner. Super easy and very tasty! Thanks for sharing.
My garlic didn't "roast" as well as I'd hoped, so next time I think I'll use more oil and a bit less garlic. Either way, I never really liked brussels sprouts and this did make them quite tasty. Thanks!
Very good! Will definitely make again. My husband didn't like...but I did. He's not a sprouts eater. I increased the garlic and added some crushed red peppers. Yum!
Will be trying this with our Thanksgiving meal. After that, I will officially rate this...
I loved cooking sprouts this way! Normally I chop up the garlic and cook for shorter time. I did cut the garlic cloves in half along with the brussel sprouts. This will be the only way I bake sprouts -- so tasty and easy. I also added chili powder to mine. Thanks!
I made these for the Brussels Sprout lover in the house, and they got raves. I am NOT a Brussels Sprout eater, and I even liked them cooked this way. I grew up having to eat those boiled, mushy things and I liked the crunchiness these had. The garlic is a nice touch. Went great with a roast turkey. Made for Fall 2008 PAC.
A GREAT & EASY way to do up this highly underrated veggie! I did use lemon pepper instead of the usual S&P! Thanks for a keeper of a recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup cooking game]
This is a great recipe. I made them for Christmas dinner with prime rib and other vegetables. They were a big hit even with my son who doesn't care for brussels sprouts. They were easy to make and very tasty. Thank you.
I don't know why but I forgot to rate this recipe the last time I made it (less than two weeks ago!). I made it again tonight and it confirmed my rating. Five stars all the way. Simply delicious. My husband loves it. Thanks for posting.