I know it’s definitely fall/autumn season when I see Brussels Sprouts. I’m still waiting for the local farmers market to get some in, so I purchased some from our local grocery store yesterday. I love Brussels Sprouts! One simple way of preparing them is by coating them in olive oil and sprinkling with salt and pepper, then roasting them for around 40-45 minutes, until dark and almost burnt, but tender once you stick your fork in. Tastes great. You can store them in the refrigerator for a few days or so and they will still taste fresh.
Brussels Sprouts are full of essential nutrients such as vitamin C,vitamin A, and vitamin B6 as well as having a good amount of fiber, potassium and manganese.
Brussels Sprouts are definitely a vegetable I enjoy eating at this time of the year!