Recipe by CHEF CLAY
"I grill anything and just tried this recipe one night for a change. Works great on your indoor plug-in, lean-mean grill also. These are great with a wasabi dipping sauce (half wasabi paste and half sour cream)."
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1 (16 ounce) package
Brussels sprouts, halved
cracked black pepper
seasoned salt, or to taste
We loved this! I didn't cut the smaller ones in half. Brushed with olive oil instead of butter, but drizzled a little butter on them when done. Freshly ground sea salt is good on these, too!
I am a BS Fanatic! Started sipping Limoncello while I was grilling and forgot to cut them in half, hee hee. Drizzled a little grapeseed oil instead of the butter, lol blame adult sippy cup again;)// So I grilled them a bit then nuked them for about 5 minutes. They were very good, snacked on them with fish tacos. Thank you Chef Clay:)
I have been roasting fresh brussel sprouts and thought this would make a good way to continue into the warm weather. Unfortunately, my first attempt came out poorly. I did use fresh brussel sprouts instead of frozen, so that may have made a difference. I found the cooking time indicated (10 minutes) to be WAY too short for my taste. Even at 20 minutes of roasting, they were still not cooked to my taste. I will try it again - possibly using frozen sprouts, or soaking or microwaving fresh to improve cooking time and flavor. My old stand-by method - "steam-roasting" in the oven (adding a couple tablespoons of water and covering) first for 15 minutes and then roasting on the top shelf of the oven is still the best, though, in my opinion.
I think grilling just makes everything taste better. This rates up there with the best in Brussel sprouts.
Followed recipe to the T, except we use a charcoal grill which is not quite as hot as gas, so it took a bit longer for me to cook these. They were still a bit firm for my tastes, but hubby really liked them. The flavor was great, but cooking times will vary depend on what type of grill you are cooking on. We used fresh veggies, so not sure if this might be a factor in the outcome than maybe using frozen brussel sprouts.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grilled Brussels Sprouts
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 28
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