Ingredients needed for your Brussels Sprout and Carrots
The Brussels sprouts is an unknown relative of the broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. This vegetable typically reaches up to 50-60 cm in height and has large leaves, but the whole plant could be rarely found on the market. The edible buds are with a diameter of 2 to 5 cm and grow on the stalks. It has been cultivated in Europe for several centuries and is believed that Brussels sprouts were first cultivated in Belgium – hence the name.
Brussels sprouts, like cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower have a slightly tart taste. As with any other product, the secret is preparation. If prepared well, Brussels sprouts can become one of your favorite vegetables.
When cooking, there is an easy trick to check if the cabbage is cooked – just stick a toothpick into the buds, if they’re soft, you can remove them from the stove. When roasting, the time should be monitored, because this vegetable dries quickly.
This recipe for oven-baked Brussels sprout and carrots is delicious and quite easy to prepare.