Roasted Dijon Brussel Sprouts

This might sound crazy, but Brussels sprouts are up there in my top favorite foods. I have them a few times a week which has allowed me to come up with many different variations. This week I am sharing an easy recipe that adds a ton of flavor and may even convince those non Brussels sprout fans in your life to give them a try…

Why Brussels sprouts?

Brussel sprouts actually pack a great deal of protein for a vegetable as well as many important nutrients such as, iron, potassium and vitamin C. They are a great source of fiber and contain high amounts of folate and antioxidants.

Brussels sprouts are harvested September through March making them a seasonal winter vegetable. This means you should definitely find a good quality selection at your grocery store and local farmers markets.

Roasted Dijon Brussels Sprouts

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Ingredients

1 medium bag of Brussels Sprouts
Olive Oil
Himalayan Sea Salt
2 – 3 tablespoons of Dijon Mustard

Directions

Take the Dijon mustard out of the fridge and allow it to reach room temperature (you can also heat the two to three tablespoons of mustard in the microwave/on the stove quickly if that is easier)
Bring a medium sized pot of water to a boil on the stove
Cut the brussels sprouts in half length wise and boil on the stove for 5 minutes
Strain the brussels sprouts and transfer them into a sprayed/melted olive oil coated non stick sauté pan
Drizzle some extra olive oil and stir/flip Brussels to evenly sear until they are golden brown – this will take about 10-15 minutes
Remove the brussels sprouts from the heat and transfer into your serving dish
Add two to three tablespoons of the Dijon mustard on top of the brussels sprouts and toss the sprouts until they are all coated evenly
Sprinkle a little Himalayan Pink Sea Salt on top to garnish
Serve and Enjoy!

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