Roasted Brussels sprouts with honey and balsamico

Shall I tell you a trick that will convince even the biggest Brussels sprouts of the cabbage of the season? Serve Simply Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Honey and Balsamico ! Here crispy Brussels sprouts meets juicy bacon cubes and crunchy pomegranate seeds. The delicious liaison is tasted with full-bodied balsamic and sweet honey. Even for Kohlmuffel irresistible!

Gerösteter Rosenkohl mit Honig und Balsamico - Kochkarussell.com
Brussels sprouts, oh brussels sprouts! There is hardly a vegetable that splits the nation as much as the little roses. I must honestly say, the soft-boiled version is not mine either. Nothing against the time-honored roast side dish, but we prefer it crispy and mild as choppy and bitter, right?

While you roast the Brussels sprouts, the roses develop a very mild, pleasant taste. Then you make with the glaze of honey and balsamic for a little sweetness and rounds off everything with crispy bacon cubes and pomegranate seeds. Especially practical: most of the work is done by the stove. You clean the Brussels sprouts and free the pomegranate seeds from the shell, you’re almost done.

Gerösteter Rosenkohl mit Honig und Balsamico - Kochkarussell.com
Roasted Brussels sprouts with honey, balsamic, bacon and pomegranate seeds is a fast-paced sattler that tastes even the largest Brussels sprouts! You will be amazed how delicious Brussels sprouts are!

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Roasted brussels sprouts with honey and balsamico

  Portions : 2

  calories per serving : 526 kcal

Ingredients

  •   120
      g
      smoked bacon
  •   1
      kg
      Brussels sprouts
  •   3
      EL
      Olive oil
  •   1
      EL
      Honey
  •   1
      EL
      Balsamic
  •   1
      Pomegranate

Instructions

  1. Oven on 200 Preheat degree.

  2. Spread smoked bacon on a baking tray covered with baking paper and let it cook in the oven for five to six minutes. Meanwhile clean and halve the Brussels sprouts.

  3. Remove the baking paper with bacon from the baking tray and cover the tin with new baking paper so that the fat of the bacon can not burn. Spread Brussels sprouts, mix with the olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

  4. Roast the Brussels sprouts for 15 minutes, turning them over so that the Brussels sprouts do not burn.

  5. Remove from the oven and mix with honey and balsamic vinegar. Add the crispy bacon and put it back in the oven for 3 minutes to allow the delicious aroma to unfold.

  6. Remove from the oven and mix with the pomegranate seeds. Serve immediately and enjoy.

So my dears, with you make the Brussels sprouts out of the oven not only you, but also Brussels sprouts muffle more than happy! You really have to try the recipe. Herr Kochkarussell and I are always so excited that the ingredients have landed right back on the shopping list!
Need more Brussels sprouts soulfood? Then try the fluffy Brussels Sprouts Fritters or Brussels sprouts salad with bacon, cashews and fig mustard dressing . Very big taste cinema!

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