you know what my mom never forced me to eat as a kid: brussels sprouts. i have discovered my love for them late in life, but now we are more in love than ever. brussels sprouts and chestnuts are one of the dishes i most look forward to at our annual brooklyn heights thanksgiving. these sprouts were a purchase from alice's farm. since they are organic i soaked them for a good while. i cut off the stems and halved them. i then coated them with the following:
when it comes to ingredients, i say, season to your taste. i LOVE paprika, and probably put in more than most... then again i was raised on hungarian cooking, so i think i have paprika running through my veins at this point.
i baked it in my lovely le creuset casserole dish, which i got at the cooks companion (i love this place!).
i baked it at 400 (because that's what the mahi mahi from trader joes called for) for 20 minutes (give or take a few).
mmmmmmhmmm! brussels sprouts! where have you been all my life...