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Roasted Brussels Sprout in Balsamic Vinegar

In this recipe, the Brussels sprouts are roasted with balsamic vinegar since it is great-tasting, tried-and-tested combination.

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Roasted Brussels Sprout in Balsamic Vinegar Recipe

Ever since I started roasting vegetables, I have been really into this method of cooking – just toss bite-sized pieces of the food with olive oil, then season with the salt, pepper and herbs. Then pop them into the oven to cook. Both the cooking and cleaning up is totally no-fuss. You can cook many types of vegetables with this base recipe.

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprout is a healthy vegetable, touted to have anti-cancer properties and contains good amounts of vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid and dietary fibre.

17 comments on “Roasted Brussels Sprout in Balsamic Vinegar”

  1. An adorable alternative to stir-fried veggie, isn’t it!

  2. I love Brussels sprout and always blanched it and fry with butter. I must try your version, looks very delicious :)

  3. Sounds really simple and yet delicious! Good recipe!

  4. Is it the balsamic vinegar? The Brussels sprouts look a bit tanned.

  5. As you are aware, my hubby dislikes balsamic vinegar… Looking at this, I need to find a way to sneak it in his diet more!!!!

  6. That’s one nicely roasted brussel sprouts! Speaking of which, haven’t bought this veggie in a while, maybe time to do so. :)

  7. You and me the same lah! I have been into lazy and healthy way to feed myself too. But for me, it is steaming. Actually steaming or roasting food can yield quite delicious dishes too. :)

  8. I like Brussels sprout but rarely cook wt vineger!! must try this method !!

  9. Roasted brussels sprouts are the best! Balsamic is perfect for them.

  10. Great recipe, lots of flavor and ease of preparation: what more is there to need? I miss these brussel sprouts now!

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