My husband and 17 year old don't care for brussels sprouts, so I usually only cook them for myself. I decided to try this recipe and they gobbled them up! A teaspoon of salt sounds like an awful lot to me. Initially I followed the recipe other than the salt. They were delicious. Now I cut mine in half and score the stem end, then mix them with olive oil, garlic powder and onion powder. Once they're on the cookie sheet, I lightly sprinkle them with garlic salt and black pepper. I start with them cut side up, then flip them over halfway through cooking. It takes 20-30 minutes with them cut, depending how big the sprouts are. I love the outer leaves that fall off and get crispy, yum. This recipe is delicious as is, but you can season to your own taste!
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My husband and 17 year old don't care for brussels sprouts, so I usually only cook them for...