Brussel Sprouts and Surprise Guest

21 Nov

I love brussel sprouts. a lot. It’s pretty much my favorite vegetable. I can eat like a million of these bad boys in a meal.

Though I do like my brussel sprouts baked with salt & pepper, occasionally, I like to kick it up by pairing them with drum roll please……. HOISIN SAUCE! It sounds weird, right? Well, it’s not. Don’t judge until you try it. Seriously. It’s the new french fries/ketchup, chicken nuggets/sweet and sour combo. In my eyes anyway. Besides, how do you go wrong with hoisin sauce. seriously.

There really isn’t directions to this dish. Cut your brussel sprouts in half, season them with salt and pepper, or I love using the Trader Joe’s Everyday Seasoning for this. Bake in 375 degrees oven for 25-30 minutes. I like my sprouts on the dryer side. If you like them moist, keep them in for just 15-20 minutes.

Dip with hoisin sauce. DUH


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