|Oven roasted on Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:02 am|
I usually halve them, toss them in a little olive oil, S&P, garlic powder & chili flakes, and then roast them in the oven for about 12 minutes @ 375 degrees.
|Thanks for the topping suggestions. on Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:19 am|
I want to get better at brusselsprouts. I tend to eat foods singularly. Rather then what people do such as a meat, a veggie and starch. So I'll have a whole meal of brusselsprouts. I'm looking for more vegan options, so trying to find a way NOT to use butter. The garlic and chili flakes sounds great.
|Steam on Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:27 am|
I steam them for about 10 minutes and then drizzle butter over them.
Before I steam them though, I cut crosses into the bottoms to help them soften up.
|Good Tip on Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:36 am|
thanks for the tip about cutting a cross into the bottom
|. on Mar 11, 2016 @ 09:57 am|
I've heard that roasting them on the bbq is good. I think butter is best topping but I've heard of some lemon topping recipes too.
|. on Mar 11, 2016 @ 10:55 am|
How about substuting butter for extra virgin olive oil. It's good for your health and dresses them well. I usually roast mine in the oven like jcb75 mentioned or I'll parboil them and then sauté them in olive oil with some garlic chili flakes and then add a touch of soy sauce.
|Thanks.. on Mar 11, 2016 @ 12:57 pm|
LarochelleV, I don't have access to a BBQ, but lemon topping, hrm...
I'm also thinking balsamic, but I'm wondering if something else should go with the balsamic...
prettyrainbow, I could try eVOO, I just can't see the flavour going well. Hrm, the parboil then sautee part sounds interesting. Touch of soy, yum!
|Brussel sprouts on Mar 11, 2016 @ 01:03 pm|
Steamed only. Boiling just boil away all the nutrients and taste.