Photo from Bay Area Bites: Sprouts on a stick!
I took this recipe straight from Bay Area Bites, as it incorporates many things I love: Brussels sprouts, cheese, and food you can eat with your hands! Brussels sprouts are flavorful, mini cabbages that roast up into crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, orbs of palate-pleasing nutrition.
This recipe calls for cooking and serving the sprouts on skewers, making them perfect party food, or maybe a fun way to get your kids (roommates, spouse) interested in eating green veggies. If you don't have skewers, don't fret; you can simply skip that step.
- 1 pound of Brussels sprouts
- 1/8 cup pine nuts, finely diced
- Fire Cider
- olive oil
- Parmesan cheese
Trim and peel away the outer leaves of each Brussels sprout and then halve them. Slide the Brussels sprout halves onto the skewers, about six to eight halves per skewer.
Line a baking dish with parchment paper and place the skewers halved-side up. Drizzle olive oil and Fire Cider over each skewer, trying to "fill up" the Brussels sprouts.
Brussels sprouts on a stick ready to bake, photo from Bay Area Bites
Bake the skewers at 400 degrees for about 30 minutes, until they are cooked and crispy. Plate the skewers on a serving tray and cover them with shaved Parmesan and pine nuts.
Original post can be found HERE!