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Grilled Brussels Sprouts

I don't eat as many veggies as I should. So I am always looking for ways to pack more flavor into my vegetables without turning them into complicated recipes with lots of ingredients that may actually take away from the health benefits. I love fresh Brussels Sprouts and cooking on the grill is my favorite way to get more great flavor, so why not combine the two.

This recipe is my way to make Brussels Sprouts extra special. That way I eat more of them. You can get a similar flavor in a sauté pan on the stove, but they are much better grilled until the edges turn golden, brown and delicious. I love these grilled Brussels Sprouts alone and equally well with almost any grilled meat.

Ingredients

 Fresh Brussels Sprouts, about a hand full per person
 Extra Virgin Olive Oil to coat
 Grill Seasoning or other seasoning of your choice

Directions

Clean the sprouts and cut off any tough or dry part of the stems. Cut in half lengthwise through the stem end so the leaves on each half remain attached.

Pre-cook: Either microwave for 3 minutes or parboil for 4 minutes (in a pan of rapidly boiling water). Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle seasoning over the top.

Cook: Grill on a medium hot grill in a grill pan or on a skewer for about 15 to 20 minutes, turning occasionally for even browning.

These are good hot from the grill or at room temperature. Store left overs covered in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.


Serves: 2 or more
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