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Maple Dijon Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Maple Dijon Roasted Brussels Sprouts


Brussels sprouts are one of my favorite winter vegetables and I am always on the look out for interesting new recipes with them. Recently I came across one such recipe, a recipe for maple dijon roasted brussels sprouts on Culinary Cory which sounded so good that I just had to try it! Although it is faster and easier to cook brussels sprouts by steaming them or boiling them, my favorite way to cook them is to roast them. I like to roast pretty much any vegetable as it seems to concentrate their flavour and brussels sprouts are no exception. (Don't be afraid to let the brussels sprouts brown a bit when roasting them as all of those brown bits are just packed with flavour.) The next thing that caught my attention about this recipe was the use of a maple dijon vinaigrette as maple and dijon is one of my favorite flavour combinations. I often like to add some grainy mustard to the mix as I really enjoy the texture that it adds. The roasted brussels sprouts with maple dijon vinaigrette turned out even better than I imagined! The sweet and tangy dressing went really well on the caramelized to perfection brussels sprouts and the toasted almonds added a nice contrasting texture. This may just be my new favorite way of enjoying brussels sprouts!

Maple Dijon Roasted Brussels Sprouts

(makes 4 servings)
Printable Recipe

Ingredients:
2 pounds brussels sprouts (trimmed and halved)
1 tablespoon olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon cider vinegar
1 tablespoon maple syrup
1 teaspoon dijon mustard
1 tablespoon grainy mustard
1 small clove garlic (grated)
salt and pepper to taste
1/4 cup almond slices (toasted)

Directions:
1. Toss the brussels sprouts in the oil along with the salt and pepper.
2. Arrange the brussels sprouts in a single layer on a baking sheet.
3. Roast in a preheated 400F oven until they start to caramelize, flipping them once in between, about 30 minutes.
4. Mix the oil, vinegar, maple syrup, mustards, garlic, salt and pepper in a small bowl.
5. Toss the brussels sprouts and almonds in the maple dijon vinaigrette.

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42 comments:

MmmCheese said...

Kevin - I'm just like you, I LOVE roasting brussels sprouts (in fact, did it last night, but a much more simple olive oil-salt-pepper "recipe"). In fact, I think that the reason why so many people dislike brussels sprouts is because they've only eaten them steamed/boiled. By roasting them, they're an entirely different vegetable! This looks delish!

Chocolate Shavings said...

Perfect way to prepare Brussels sprouts and the sweetness of the maple is a nice touch!

Patsyk said...

sounds like a perfect way to prepare Brussels sprouts. I discovered roasting them last year and love letting them get those nice brown spots on them. Yum!

Kathleen said...

Kevin, delicious sounding recipe and, as always, a fabulous photo! You are my idol. ;D

Christina said...

Oh yum! I just roated brussel sprouts with maple syrup for the first time during Thanksgiving! I'll have to give this dijon twist a try, too since I loved those so much!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

That is a heavenly combo! A really scrumptious recipe using one of my favorite winter veggies!

Cheers,

Rosa

Deborah said...

I love this flavor combination!

kathryn durst said...

as soon as i saw the title of this recipe i had already decided i'm making it tomorrow. i love brussels sprouts this sounds heavenly!

Eat My Tortes said...

Brussels sprouts have such a undeserved bad reputation. They can be soooo good! My family has always been divided on the issue though. These look really yummy :)

AustralianFood said...

I actually love brussels sprouts. But I can only eat them steamed, cut in half and then loads with garlic and butter. I'll have to try yours. They look divine.

♥peachkins♥ said...

nice looking brussel sprouts!

Peter M said...

I too have always enjoyed B-sprouts...a little sweet, a little savory.

Joanne said...

I have definitely been on a brussels sprouts kick recently (we are talking intense cravings). Maple is delicious on any winter vegetable, I've concluded. This looks fabulous!

Zesty Cook said...

So love this Kevin!!

Jenn Sutherland said...

This looks excellent! I've got some brussels in the fridge, and this dish is on the menu tomorrow!

Beth said...

Hubby ADORES sprouts. will have to run this recipe by him I think - sounds wonderful

Sook said...

Oh wow! I never know what to do with brussels sprouts so I'm really excited about this recipe. One of my new year's resolutions is to eat more vegetables and try new food. :)

New England Girl said...

These sound AMAZING! One of my all-time favorite vegetables is brussels sprouts... I can't get enough of them! And I can't wait to try this recipe. :)

Rachel said...

Dude, can you use frozen?

Kristus Ratliff said...

I love brussels sprouts and I love you for putting together this recipe. Can't wait to try it.

Anonymous said...

Just when I thought I had finished with my brussel sprout fixation this winter - this new method has to be tried. I trust your postings as I have never been disappointed in the results. Here in California, we can buy them still on the stalk - really fresh. Thank you once again.

Lo said...

Lookin' good, Kevin! ... though I might be just a little biased, since I have an absolute THING for roasted and/or browned/braised brussels sprouts. Nothing better in the world of winter veg!

pigpigscorner said...

Sounds fantastic! sweet, sour and spicy!

Kalyn said...

Now I wish I had some brussels sprouts! They look amazing.

Culinary Cory said...

I'm so thrilled you tried my recipe! Love your picture it looks amazing.

Kevin said...

Rachel: I don't think that I have ever had frozen brussels sprouts. I don't imagine that they would be too good for roasting though.

The Duo Dishes said...

Sprouts never get old. You could serve them up anyway (except boiled!), and they'd be gobbled up!

Daniel@thefoodaddicts.com said...

Loving the brussel sprouts hopefully I can get some growing in the garden this year.

Rachel said...

Kevin...I don't think I've ever seen fresh brussel sprouts here (Virginia Beach)....weird...LOL.

Chef Fresco said...

These look delicious! I love brussel sprouts. You always amaze me, how much you find time to blog!

Joanne said...

Oh my.....I ate it all. So very delicious thank you so much for the wonderful recipe. Unbelievably great!

The Cooking Photographer said...

I am drooling. I've gotta try this one. I love roasted brussels sprouts.

eatme_delicious said...

Brussel sprouts are my new favourite vegetable and I love both maple and Dijon so will definitely be trying this!

Johnna said...

I will never eat brussels sprouts the same way again!

Sarah said...

Wonderful! Best brussel sprout recipe yet!

Johnna said...

Just made this again, and I must repeat, this recipe is seriously out of this world! And whoever thought anyone would say that about brussels sprouts!

Lisa F. said...

I can't wait to try this on sprouts, but I had green cabbage in the fridge, so I roasted that instead. Delicious!

srboisvert said...

Made this tonight. Delicious

Dana said...

I adore Brussels sprouts, so was delighted to try this recipe last night. It was a MAJOR hit with my husband (he's usually the one who cooks), and will be going into our collection of fave recipes. Yum! Thanks for a great intro to your blog - I'll be back!

Stephanie said...

I can't wait to try this recipe. Those are some good-looking Brussels sprouts. Great combo of flavors.

Monisha said...

This is one of my favorite recipes. I convert everyone who thinks they hate brussel sprouts to loving them with this recipe!!! Thank you thank you thank you!!

Anonymous said...

I just made this recipe as it is. It is absolutely delicious!!! Would make again. THANKS KEVIN!!!!

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