I’ve learned that there are two types of people in the world…those who love Brussels Sprouts and those who hate them.
I’ve never met an in-between.
People love them or they absolutely detest them.
I love them.
Like could eat them at every meal.
I love this one particular Brussels Sprouts dish I get at a restaurant where they add in sausage and a little soy sauce, so at home, I try to recreate that. Because what’s better than Brussels Sprouts? Brussels Sprouts with sausage. Bam.
This recipe makes enough to serve 4 to 6 as a side.
1 pound of Brussels Sprouts, sliced in half
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)
salt and pepper
1 onion, chopped
4-6 sausage links (depending on how much you want), cut into circles (I used an apple chicken sausage)
½ cup soy sauce
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
In a big oven-safe skillet or pot over medium-high heat, add in your sliced Brussels Sprouts along with a tablespoon or two of EVOO and a big pinch of both salt and pepper. Allow the sprouts to get browned up on one side and then flip to the other side. After about five minutes, add in your chopped onion and sliced sausage with your soy sauce. Continue to saute about five more minutes. Next, transfer your pan to the oven and allow everything to roast up about 15 minutes.
Remove your pan from the oven and serve.
It’s seriously as easy as that.
Sheaffer Sims says
YES! YES! A thousand times YES!!!!!
Erika Slaughter says
I’m ALL in when it comes to Brussels sprouts!!
Yes ma’am!! Yum!
Alexis deZayas says
I only like them roasted!! This sounds like a delicious way to mix it up!
Mix and Match Mama says
That’s my favorite way too!
Katie W says
Did you also put onions in it? Or do I just need some coffee this morning and am misinterpreting the picture. Love any kind of Brussels sprouts recipe!!
Mix and Match Mama says
Duh! I totally skipped the chopped onion. I apparently needed my coffee yesterday morning. Correcting it now!
I love brussels sprouts. I’m going to give this a try. I typically roast them with olive oil and pancetta and then sprinkle with parm cheese when I take them out of the oven.
This is right up my alley and will be on our dinner table very soon – thanks!
Brussels sprouts are not only my favorite vegetable, but they are a contender for my favorite food! My favorite way is broiled with a parmesan cream sauce. I make my Mom make it every Thanksgiving (and a bunch of other random dinners when I’m just craving Brussels sprouts)!! The recipe is similar to this: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/216809/creamy-parmesan-brussels-sprouts/
Who doesn’t want a cheese sauce with Brussel sprouts?!? Yum!
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog says
Roasted brussels sprouts are my absolute favourite! So excited since they’re in season right now! 🙂
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
cassie // hi sugarplum says
Oh it’s ON!!!!!!
LOVE them, this sounds yummy!!
Jenny N says
Saving this now. My husband and I love brussels sprouts and turkey sausage….this looks so easy!
Casey Higginbotham says
I can’t wait to go to the grocery store today and get the ingredients for Brussels Sprouts, we love them at our house!
Sounds really good for a main dish. I love sprouts roasted with quite a bit of EVOO, sea salt and fresh ground pepper, cooked at about 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes and flipped over when half way done. They get browned on the outside and nice and creamy on the inside. Yum.
Joan Dukore says
Hi! Nice to meet you, I’m a Brussels sprouts in-betweener. I love them roasted. Other cooking methods of them leave me on the fence. In fact, I didn’t even like them until I had them roasted!
I LOVE roasted Brussels sprouts. I could eat them almost every day! I slice them thin and toss with olive oil and Seas salt and roast on 400. Yummy! Will try this one too!
Roasted sprouts are my absolute favorite!!