Roasted Brussels Sprouts: 3 Ways
When I am entertaining family and friends I love to introduce new recipes and ingredients to them. Brussels sprouts are not new to most people, but most turn their noses up when they hear they are on the menu. Below are three roasted Brussels sprout recipes that just might change your mind about these little bulbs of deliciousness.
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DOUBLE your VEGGIES in each of your recipes from HealthKitchen!
HealthKitchen creates recipes that encourage it's subscribers to eat a variety of vegetables. As you continue to use HealthKitchen's menus feel free to add more vegetables to the recipes. Its better than having them go to waste and you can always eat them for leftovers.
Vegetable stock is a great way to enhance a recipe. Many of HealthKitchen's recipes suggest vegetable or chicken stock in place of water. Making your own stock is very easy and uses the remains of vegetable parts that we typically throw away or compost.
As you try HealthKitchen's recipes keep the remains of the vegetables that you would normally discard. Throw them into a large plastic tupperware or bag and place them in the freezer. Use the remains of celery, bell peppers, carrots, onions, onion peels, garlic peels, bok choy, broccoli, kale stems, green bean ends, etc for your stock.
I hope this tip was helpful. It is a great feeling when you make homemade ingredients, because you know that there are no hidden additives in your food. If you know other people looking to keep their money in their pockets and eat healthy please share this post.