Feeding Brussel Sprouts to the Family

At times Brussel Sprouts can be very cheap, If you like them and the family doesn't, try cutting them in half and roasting them until they are just soft. I have cooked them this way for my family that doesn't like them and they have enjoyed them. Or try cooking them in a onion gravy


By pthere from New Zealand

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By mvb (Guest Post)
January 26, 20060 found this helpful


I had a you cook the brussel sprouts in water then roast? Or can you roast them raw? have a sunny day! sending my best...

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By Vicka (Guest Post)
January 26, 20060 found this helpful

Trim the Brussel sprouts (remove yucky leaves and slice a little off the bottom). Then toss in olive oil and dump on a foil lined cookie sheet or shallow pan, sprinkle with Kosher salt and roast at about 400 degress for 20-30 minutes. Shake pan or turn occasionally (I have forgotten to do this, it's OK). They should be fragrant and a little browned. If not cook longer. I have also added squash and potato squares. I think you could add anything. YUMMY!

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September 20, 20090 found this helpful

I do the exact same thing! I roast them in an oven with garlic, olive oil and salt. Roast them until they start to turn brown and are very soft.


They are delicious and my 8 year old son actually asks for garlicky sprouts!

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