I have little time and patience for making big and complicated dishes. If it cannot be accomplished in under 5 steps it fails to make the cut. Saying that however does not mean that you can’t make something tasty and good for you. This way is an awesome way to get your veggies and think again about a vegetable you may want to reconsider. The brussel sprout is packed with vitamins and iron. Probably growing up you ate them steamed and overcooked, which releases the sulfur like smell. Roasting them gives them a whole new spin and great taste. So this week try the roasted brussel sprout.
Remove the woody stem from the sprouts and outer leaves (you can either cut in half or leave whole)
In a Ziploc bag (or similar) toss the sprouts with olive oil, salt and pepper
arrange on a baking sheet and roast for 20 minutes in a 350 degree oven or until done to taste.