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Little Balls of Goodness

We’ve been finding Brussels Sprouts at the Prague Vegetable market lately (Holešovická Tržnice)- which meant we needed to find the best way to eat them.  This seems to be it, as even our 7-year-old thinks they’re delicious.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Garlic

- Brussels Sprouts- one colander full (really, as many as will fit happily in your roasting pan)

- Garlic- 4 or 5 cloves, minced

- Canola or Olive Oil

- Drizzle of Balsamic Vinegar (optional: some people prefer to avoid vinegars, especially Balsamic due to its high sugar content- I love all vinegar & its magical properties & so sometimes have to give in to its temptations)

- salt & pepper (to taste)

Toss Brussels Sprouts with oil & lay them in a single layer in your roasting pan.  Spread with minced garlic.  Drizzle with Balsamic vinegar.  Salt & pepper.  Roast approximately 30 minutes @ 200*c (>400*f) – stirring occasionally- until brown & caramelized.  Serve warm.

6 comments to Little Balls of Goodness

  • linda

    This is an amazing recipe. Dave insisted he did not like Brussels sprouts, and would not eat them. Until I tried roasting them. This is a great method.

  • I’d rather eat goose testicles, but I promise to at least give it a try.

  • admin

    Mmmm, goose testicles. How very Paleo of you.

  • Erin

    Yes – roasted brussel sprouts are amazing! They’re so much better than the nasty steamed things that so many people grew up with…

    My go-to prep method:

    Sautee some onion or shallots in coconut oil & add balsamic vinegar, cook low & slow so they get nice & carmelized. Also, cook some bacon. Bacon grease can be used instead of the coconut oil when carmelizing the onion/shallots. Yum.

    Separately, roast the halved or quartered brussel sprouts in the oven w/some salt & pepper (I like using coconut oil on them too but butter, olive oil, or bacon grease all work well).

    Once the brussel sprouts are nice & crispy, add in chopped up bacon & the carmelized onions.

    SO GOOD.

  • Erin

    Upon reflection – I’m definitely going to try ditching the carmelized onions next time & just drizzle the balsamic over the brussel sprouts themselves (with bacon, of course). The onion winds up adding a fair amount of carbs & if you can get the balsamic deliciousness without the onion addition, I’m in!

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