Roasted Brussels Sprouts Mixed with Balsamic Sauce Served in a Baking Tray.
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The Roasting Tip To Give You The Crispiest Brussels Sprouts
In recent years, Brussels sprouts have made a comeback; the slimy, foul underdog is no more, and in its place is the crispy, versatile vegetable MPV that can be eaten on its own or in salads and pizzas. If you're a devoted fan or are still on the fence, give this tip a try for perfectly crisp, roasted Brussels sprouts.
When done right, roasted Brussels sprouts, come out deliciously caramelized, with crispy, charred leaves that deliver a satisfying crunch. Simply leave your pan in the oven while it preheats, and by the time your oven reaches the optimum roasting temperature of 425 degrees Fahrenheit, your pans will be sizzling – the ideal situation for a crispy sprout.
To get your Brussels sprouts as crispy as possible, place each sprout cut-side down on the pan, which will instantly sear the bottom of the sprouts, while letting the leaves get perfectly charred and crispy in the roasting oven. Next time you make Brussels sprouts, try this tip to get a perfectly crispy-on-the-outside and chewy-on-the-inside sprout.