This is a simple recipe for Brussels sprouts.
You can easily vary the recipe by sprinkling the sprouts with cider vinegar, lemon juice, or tossing in some thyme or roasted chestnuts.
They’re also delicious with pine nuts, which you can either add near the end of cooking or toast separately and toss with the sprouts once they are roasted. Terrific with bacon, too.
- 500 g Brussels sprouts
- 6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, to coat bottom of pan
- 5 cloves garlic
- salt and pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 200 degrees C. Trim bottom of Brussels sprouts and crushed the garlic. Mix the sprouts in a bowl with the olive oil, salt, garlic and pepper.
Pour them on a sheet pan and roast for 35 to 40 minutes, until crisp on the outside and tender on the inside. Shake the pan from time to time to brown the sprouts evenly.
Taste, and add more salt and pepper if necessary. Enjoy!
61 thoughts on “Roasted Brussels Sprouts with garlic”
Yummy! I will be sure to add garlic to my brussel sprouts. GREAT IDEA! .. and I am in flavour town!
this sounds very good! lovely photos
always such lovely photos!
This is a wonderful recipe! I have made this and this is the only way my husband will eat brussel sprouts. The roasting seems to caramelize them taking away the sulphorous taste. I do add rosemary to the this. It has become a treat in our family.
My husband loves roasted Brussel sprouts!
Hurrah for sprout season! Great idea – thanks for sharing – Emma 😊
You are welcome
Perfect! Nice and simple!
I will try this for dinner one night! 🙂
Love brussels sprouts, and these sound delicious!
I used to HATE brussel sprouts until I cooked them this way. My mother would always boil them/steam them and there was something about the texture that turned me off. Baked is definitely a better option!
Brussel sprouts get a bad rap don’t they? I think they’re delicious! What a lovely recipe ❤
This looks very tasty. Healthy too!
mmm. sounds so delicious 🙂
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Love your this recipe on brussel sprouts, by the way! I never know how to make them taste good, so I’ll definitely be giving this a go.
Yum! One of the most underrated vegetables along with parsnip and beetroot.
Loving the photos, the Brussels sprouts look tooo appetizing. I think I will ask my daughter to make these, she loves these.
So happy it’s time for brussels sprouts again! this is a lovely recipe:)
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Love this veggie!! its my favorite 🙂 thanks for sharing
I love brussels sprouts, i love to make them for thanksgiving.
I like the simplicity of this recipe. Over the years, I’ve discovered that easy-to-make recipes are often the tastiest.
This is one of my favorite treat to make.
I have a love affair with brussel sprouts, and roasting them makes them even yummier.
This is right up there with fried Brussels Sprouts! I hope you don’t mind that I featured this recipe on my blog. theouttoeatceliac.wordpress.com thelupiewolff.wordpress.com
I like your blog site. The recipes are enticing and the photos are mouth watering!
Ooo I like this recipe for sprouts. Wife hates them – I love them so this is a definate must. Excellent, and thank you so much for your visit.
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So simple, yet they would be really tasty!
I’ll have to admit that brussels sprouts are not my favorite veg but roasted, they’re quite acceptable. Well done.
Lovely and simple recipe! I have my own version of this I make, very similar to yours. I’m also experimenting with a honey mustard glazed version and a siracha version. ☺️
OMG cannot wait to make this!
I am loving Brussel Sprouts at the moment and experimenting with new recipes! I did a similar recipe to this last week but did a balsamic glaze to go over the top, was delicious! x
Sounds marvelous. And beautiful blog btw.