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Caramelized, roasted or raw, Brussels sprouts are jam-packed with vitamins K and C, fiber, folate and antioxidants. We’re on a crusade to persuade you to. Brussels sprouts are a pretty divisive vegetable: You either love them or hate them. But developing a love of these cabbagelike little bundles really comes down to finding a.
In season: Brussels sprouts are now available most of the year, but they’re at their best from May and August. Climate: Sprouts love cold weather. Most of Australia’s sprouts are grown in country.
Even the pickiest eater will love these Brussels sprouts recipes. 73% of African Americans said they did not have emergency funds to cover three months of expenses. But because I love Brussels sprouts, and because I like to pour fuel on a fire on occasion, I told him that in fact I was prepping the first step of a recipe call Brussels Sprouts Three Ways. Just to get him deeper into his sproutsanti-Brussels Sprouts frenzy. “Oh YUMMY, wow, three ways. Luckily, there are lots of other (delicious!) ways to prepare Brussels sprouts so that they’re not only edible, but downright irresistible.
Here are four of our favorite ways. Roast them. Oven-roasted Brussels sprouts are seriously incredible.
They’re mild-tasting, the outer leaves start to get gloriously crispy and they sport dreamy. Brussels sprouts are named for Brussels, Belgium, where they were first cultivated in thte 16th century. In 2013, a team of scientists and school children lit an 8-foot-tall Christmas tree in London with the energy from 1,000 brussels sprouts (a total of about 62 volts). A member of the cabbage family, Brussels sprouts have a mere 28 calories in a half cup, but more than 130% of your daily value of vitamin K, a key nutrient for bone health.
More Brussels Sprouts Recipes. I hope you love making these oven roasted Brussels sprouts, but don’t stop there! You can also enjoy them raw or sautéed. Here are a few of my other favorite ways to prepare them: Sauté them to add to an easy weeknight pasta. Shred them to make a bright, refreshing salad.
Brussels sprouts are a delicious and hearty addition to your meals. Here are five flavorful ways to cook and eat these Brassicas. Fall in love with this tiny cabbage-like veg all over again.
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