My daughter was behind me to try out Brussel sprouts last month but I somehow never bought them (owing to a previous disaster cooking them). But this time by coincidence my cousin mentioned this recipe saying they all love eating baked brussel sprouts. So I had to try it. I was always aware of the health benefits of brussel sprouts and I am happy we found a way to eat these!! Needless to say the kids had a great time munching these!!


Brussel sprouts are like tiny cabbages and have a strong smell and are slightly bitter and therefore not so popular. I overheard some moms at a party at my daughter's school that their kids call them as a 'punishment vegetable'. Nonetheless Brussel sprouts are very rich in Vitamin K and C and are great detoxifying veggies. Brussel sprouts are cancer preventing and resistance building veggies as well. A must eat for pregnant women because of high Folic Acid content. So here is how everyone can enjoy ..



Ingredients -


Brussel sprouts 15 nos
Salt as per taste
Pepper as per taste
Olive Oil 2 tsp





Method of preparation - 



Wash the brussel sprouts and trim the brown stems if any and remove any yellow/brown or wilted outer leaves.


In a ziplock bag add oil, salt and pepper and the brussel sprouts and zip it close and toss them so that the brussel sprouts are coated evenly with oil, salt and pepper.


Leave them in the bag for about 10 min. Meanwhile preheat the oven at 400 degree F and arrange the marinated brussel sprouts on a cookie sheet and place them in the oven.


Let them bake for about 30-40 min until the outsides are brown and crisp and the insides tender. Take care to toss them a little every 4-5 min so that they brown evenly all over.

Taken them out of the oven enjoy them hot and piping with or without any dipping!!


This goes to Yasmeen's Health Nut Challenge 5 Cruciferious veggies.






Serves 2 Adults
Preparation Time 10 min , Baking Time 32 min

Posted by Harini on Sunday, April 11, 2010

8 comments

  1. Nithu Bala Says:
  2. Hey, very yummy preparation..nice pictures too..

     
  3. Priya Says:
  4. Baked brussels sprouts sounds interesting, thanks for sharing..

     
  5. Jagruti Says:
  6. wow..never thought about baking brussele sprouts!! BTW first time here..you have a very nice space here..good recipes too!! following you..

     
  7. Harini Says:
  8. thx Nithu and Priya
    @Jagruti - thx for visiting us..shall surely chk out ur blog

     
  9. Kumudha Says:
  10. This recipe is new to me. I have to try this vegetable bursting with rich vitamins.

    Thanks for sharing so many great vegetarian and vegan dishes!

     
  11. Madhuram Says:
  12. Harini, that's a great way to make brussel sprouts edible. We once tried it in sambar and didn't like it at all. I'm definitely trying this method.

     
  13. Yasmeen Says:
  14. I have a bag of brussel sprouts in the freezer ,I'm definitely going to bake them tonight.Thanks for the simple and delicious entry :D

     
  15. Now Serving Says:
  16. We love this at home - always a good side with pasta :) baking them is a healthy way to eat them :)

     
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