This easy seasoned Brussel sprout recipe seasoned with our southwestern dip mix is a wonderful combination of flavor and nutrition. This side dish recipe can be made to accompany any main dish but can also become an easy appetizer for a happy hour event or an addition to your meal prepping.
Brussel sprouts are often considered a taboo food item or one that is joked about amongst adults and children. Though they have a questionable history of being stereotyped as a vegetable that children dislike, they are delicious if cooked right. Brussel sprouts are also healthy to eat because they are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Iron.
When exploring different Brussel sprout recipes, one of the most common ways to make this treat is to season them with garlic, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Then you simply roast them in the oven. That is when the idea started that our delicious garlic and onion-based dip and dressing seasoning would work perfectly with Brussel sprouts.
Preparing the Brussel Sprouts
In this recipe, we will use fresh Brussel sprouts from the produce aisle of your local grocery store. Some grocery stores have the Brussel sprouts already pre-prepared and halved for you. If this is an option, you can go with it because it will cut down on prep time.
If you must cut your Brussel sprouts, then you will simply make sure to trim the stem and cut them in half. You will need about 4 cups for this recipe. Now they are ready to be seasoned with deliciousness.
Seasoning the Brussel Sprouts
In a medium bowl, combine the Brussel sprout halves, 2 Tbs of olive oil, and 2 Tbs of Chugwater Chili Dip & Dressing Seasoning. Stir until the Brussel sprouts have been coated in the seasoning and oil. Now it is time to bake.
Roasting the Brussel Sprouts
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Transfer the seasoned Brussel sprouts on to a baking sheet that has been sprayed with cooking spray to prevent the sprouts from sticking. Make sure the Brussel sprouts are spread evenly on the baking sheet.
Place in the oven for 15 minutes and flip halfway through. Then broil for 5 minutes to get the tops to crisp.
How to Serve Brussel Sprouts
Serving Brussel sprouts is easy. You can use this Brussel sprout recipe as a side dish, the main dish if you do not eat meat, appetizer, or a happy hour treat. Your guest and taste buds will love this recipe and will be requesting more.
Try out these main dishes to go with this side dish:
- Flank Steak Sandwich
- Oven-Baked Salmon
- Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich
- Glazed Ham with Red Pepper Jelly Glaze
Now that you have tried a new vegetable recipe using one of our Chugwater Chili Seasonings, here are a few other recipes you will enjoy!!!
- Veggie Chili
- Veggie Tacos
- Easy Chili Lime Pasta Salad
- Glazed Carrots in Red Pepper Jelly Sauce
- Roasted Asparagus with Creamy Southwestern Sauce