I remember the first time I ate Brussel Sprouts, I was at a friends for a family dinner. My mom taught me to always finish everything on my plate or it was considered wasteful as well as rude. I now blame her for my portion control problems. I had never had Brussel Sprouts before but they were served on my plate so I “had” to eat them. After politely consuming them, I never wanted to eat another brussel sprout again because I thought they were so disgusting. But now, I find myself popping them in my mouth like they’re potato chips. I have developed such a love for roasted brussel sprouts, but only if the sprouts are prepared roasted with delicious seasonings. Most of the time I enjoy dipping or sautéing them in a lemon garlic aioli or sriracha aioli. They are the perfect afternoon snack. I usually cut my sprouts in half before cooking but if you like them on the crispier side I would cut them into quarters and roast for about 20 minutes.
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