Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Maple Glazed Sprouts and Onions

Brussels Sprouts, for some reason, get a bad rap as being a yucky green veggie, when in my opinion, they are one of the most delicious, flavorful greens that the vegetable family has to offer- especially when you glaze them with a little syrup! Brussies are a great superfood for the holiday season, and this simple dish can easily be prepared and brought as a side dish to any holiday party or just made as a side dish for a weeknight dinner.

To make these Maple Glazed Brussies and Onions, you will need:
Brussels Sprouts (I used about 1/2 a pound's worth, but there's no right or wrong amount)
1 medium onion sliced (I used the mandolin to get them really thin)
Walden Farms Pancake Syrup (the amount will depend on the amount of sprouts you get)

To prepare, simply cut the ends off of your brussels sprouts, cut them into halves or quarters, depending upon how large they are, combine them in a bowl with the onions, and toss with enough syrup to coat everything well. Then, on a pan lined with tinfoil, roast them in the oven on 375 degrees for about 45 minutes, or until the sprouts have softened. The sweet kick is basically unbeatable. Pin It

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