Brussel Sprouts Recipe

Having trouble getting in your daily serving of veggies? Know you should be eating them, but you don’t know how to prepare them? 

These are problems I had too when I began eating healthy. Then I realized if your food is fresh and nutritious, it doesn’t require much work to make it taste good. 

brussel sprouts recipe

As a 10 year old you wouldn’t see me touch a green vegetable, especially not a BRUSSEL SPROUT. Now I can’t believe I missed out for so long. I feel that brussels have a bad rap in the taste department, but now they’re in my top 3 favorite veggies! They pack so much delicious flavors in a small bite and are SO good for you. This isn’t a fancy recipe but more of a How do I make and eat brussels? I’m always looking for easy ways to cook things when I’m busy and hungry. This brussel sprouts recipe is simple, and I can cook them as I’m cooking my protein for the night. Brussel sprouts go great with tuna steak or with simple shrimp. 

What are some health benefits of brussel sprouts? 

  • Their phytochemicals may protect against cancer
  • They are high in Vitamin C, another anti-cancer agent
  • They contain glucosinolates, which help the body detox

Brussel Sprouts
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Ingredients
  1. 1 1/2 lbs of brussel sprouts
  2. 2-3 Tablespoons olive oil
  3. Salt and pepper
  4. Garlic, minced (optional)
Instructions
  1. Pull off top layers of brussels, trim the ends, and cut the brussels in half.
  2. Coat skillet (cast-iron) with olive oil and put on medium-high heat.
  3. Place brussels facing down and cook for 5-8 minutes or until browned.
  4. Add salt & pepper & garlic if you desire.
  5. Flip brussels and cook for 5-8 minutes.
Notes
  1. This is best served warm right after cooking. It's not the best leftovers unfortunately; so make it fresh!
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Comments

  1. mike lecompte says

    You can also do them in the oven. Makes it just a little bit easier while you’re preparing the other courses. And yes I knew you at 10 and know that brussel sprouts never crossed your lips. LOL

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  3. Nicole O'Blanc says

    I’m so happy I ran into your blog!!! I am a New Orleans girl and recently moved to St. Louis. I also am an LSU grad and my husband and I both attended LSUHSC…he’s doing a residency at Washington University and I’m a Nurse Anesthetist. I began eating Paleo style about 2 months ago….I’ve lost 10 lbs and would love to lose another 10! Thanks for the recommendations and good luck with your future!

    • Monica Bravo says

      Nicole! That is so cool. I LOVE finding local friends that are also into Paleo. That’s so amazing, I’d love for you to share your story on my blog at some point! Good luck. :)

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