Brussels Sprouts


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These Brussels sprouts are pretty easy. And yes, it really is “Brussels” sprouts. Don’t make it weird.

Trim ends off 4 cups of Brussels sprouts. Quarter, then rinse clean. Spin dry in a salad spinner. Be sure to keep the loose leaves that spin off, they’ll be the best chips. Transfer all the green goodness to a large bowl. Sprinkle in 1 tsp. large grain kosher salt. Stir to coat. Let sit for 5 minutes to draw out some of the water.

Add 1 tsp. garlic powder, stir well to coat. Drizzle 3 Tbs. extra virgin olive oil over, mix gently. Transfer to foil-lined baking sheet. You want the sprouts to have a little room to breathe and in a single layer, so you may need a second pan.

Bake at 450 for about 25 minutes. Give the pan a good shake about half way through to move them around a bit. If using an air fryer, cook at 400 for approximately 12 minutes.

You can add finely sliced bacon to the sheet pan before cooking begins if you feel so inclined. Or if you’re making them for Graham. You can also use some fresh minced garlic in addition to the powder, but be advised it will burn.

Serve on its own or with a balsamic glaze drizzled over. Trader Joe’s makes a great glaze if you’re not about that reduction life.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Secret admirer says:

    Love your recipes!


  2. Joe says:

    Really good recipe! I’ve made this one. Easy to follow


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