These apple cider vinegar roasted brussels sprouts are the perfect side dish for just about any occasion. You’ll love the savory, sweet apple cider vinegar sauce that the sprouts are roasted in!
I know brussels sprouts tend to have a bad reputation — they’re a little bitter, mushy and they stink. Sure, when you prepare them incorrectly all those things are true, but they can actually be really good. Like really, really good.
Here at Casa de EBF, we love brussels sprouts! They’re like mini cabbages and taste amazing when grilled or roasted. Even if you think you hate them, I highly recommend trying this recipe.
Roasted sprouts might just change your life. I’m serious.
In a nut shell, roasting is my favorite way to prepare vegetables – especially veggies that are available in the fall, like hard squashes, sweet potatoes, carrots, parsnips, and beets. They’re awesome roasted because of their higher sugar content. The process of roasting brings out the natural sweetness and intensifies their natural flavors. Sometimes there’s even a little crisping action. I love the crispy bits!
With most vegetables, I use my standard roasting procedure:
Pre-heat oven to 400°. Clean and chop vegetables into small chunks or bite-sized pieces.
Place the vegetables in a single layer on a pan (I use a baking stone) and spray them with a little cooking spray (I like avocado or coconut oil spray). Sometimes I toss them with a 1-2 tablespoons of avocado oil for a little more healthy fat. One hint: Don’t try to pack too many veggies on your sheet. They will…