Prep 12 mins
Cook 20 mins
I found this years ago online and have made a few changes. The large amount of dill weed may seem over-the-top, but it pays off. People who hate sprouts love these. Well, most of them. These are good hot or cold - if any are left over.
- Trim the sprouts and cut them in half.
- Steam the sprouts for 8-10 minutes, depending on their size; drain them.
- Let them cool if you want to prepare them ahead of time, up to this point.
- Line a large baking pan with foil and spray with non-stick spray.
- Mix the rest of the ingredients.
- Put the sprouts in a large zip lock bag and add the dressing; mix them well.
- At this point you may either store them for roasting later in the day, or pour the sprouts and dressing into the prepared baking pan and roast them.
- Roast at 450 until done the way you like them.
- Parboiling cuts the roasting time down and helps the sprouts absorb the dressing.
I really was not fond of these. I had steamed the brussel sprouts and they tasted so good. When I roasted them with all that vinegar they turned a bit bitter. I think it is probably a great technique that I might try to tweak to our tastes. I made this for Spring PAC.
These were good, but not super for us. You could quarter the amount of oil and vinegar and it would still be ample. I liked how the oil and the roasting made them a little crispy.
Very Good! I steamed frozen brussels sprouts for just a few minutes and then mixed everything together and roasted for 20 minutes. The amount of dill is perfect, don't skimp, and the red wine vinegar- Yum! Thanks so much for sharing. *Made for Fall PAC 2008*