Brussels Sprouts you will love
How to Prepare Brussels Sprouts
Boiling is out.Slice the stem end from a dozen or so sprouts and discard the stems. (Also gently remove any outer leaves that are yellowed, and discard.)
Cut them in half lengthwise, and place them in a baking dish that's been sprayed with cooking oil.You can also leave them whole.
Spray the sprouts with cooking spray as well, then sprinkle sea salt and a smidgen of garlic powder.
Place in an 450 degree F oven for 20 to 25 minutes.(You can stir halfway through, but it's not necessary.)
Cut off the stem end of each sprout and discard.
Slice the sprouts across the grain, starting at the stem end and slicing 1/8-1/4 inch as you go.This will effectively "shred" the sprouts.
Heat 2 tablespoons olive oil and 1 clove garlic (minced, crushed or "pressed") in a large non-stick skillet.
Add shredded Brussels Sprouts and "fold" them constantly to disperse the heat and cook them very lightly, about 5 minutes.Sprout shreds should be hot, but bright green--looking nothing like Brussels Sprout.
Transfer to a serving dish and use a large spoon or grill tongs to serve.
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- In either method, do not overcook the sprouts. If they lose their firm crunchiness, they turn to mush.
- When using a "Roasted Brussels Sprouts" recipe that you've found, you will often find the instruction to boil the sprout for five minutes prior to preparing them for roasting. IGNORE this instruction. It is unnecessary and just makes the sprouts slimy.
- Obviously, you'll want to buy Brussels Sprouts fresh, from the produce aisle, not frozen or canned. They are best when bagged in mesh for about .88/1.5lbs.
- Sprinkle your favourite seasonings over the brussel sprouts to make them even more tasty!
- Once you discover how easy it is to make Brussels Sprouts something wonderful, you can easily search for recipes online by searching for "Roasted Brussels Sprouts."
- If you grill sprouts, leave them whole (so they don't fall through the grill)--or even better, place foil under them. Watch them very closely! Sprouts have a tendency to char on the grill, which you don't want.
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