Brussel sprouts are one of the most highly nutritious green vegetables available that some people don’t like to eat because of the taste. Some people will boil them too long and they end up becoming mushy.
Parents who are trying to get their kids to eat sprouts may have a difficult time getting them to eat them if they are mushy. Roasting them is one way to get them to eat sprouts. By roasting them, it could make kids want to eat them more often. Sprouts won’t cause weight gain. In fact, they are low in calories and high in fiber. A study conducted in 2008 concluded that sprouts prevent some cancers.
It also helps to maintain blood sugar levels. In order to reap the benefits of eating sprouts, you will need to eat them often. There are 14 tips for roasting the best sprouts. By following these simple tips, you will be able to have kids and everyone in the family enjoying sprouts.
1. Place the sprouts in the metal pan without parchment paper.
You want to make sure the sprouts are roasted. They won’t have that crispy taste if parchment paper is placed in the pan. The sprouts won’t burn because olive oil is going to be drizzled onto them.
As long as the right metal pan is used the sprouts will come out fine. In fact, it’s a good idea to use a metal baking pan. It doesn’t matter what size of pan you use. You have to use your own judgment on the size because the more sprouts you put in the pan, the bigger the size of pan you will need.
If this is your first time roasting sprouts, you may want to use just a small baking pan and just roast a few. Once you become an expert at roasting sprouts, use a larger pan the next time.