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Honey Roasted Teriyaki Brussel Sprouts

Updated: Jan 26, 2023


This dish is Asian-inspired with Teriyaki sauce. The one time I remember my mom fixing Brussel sprouts I was expecting them to taste like cabbage. They looked like little cabbage, so of course, my young mind and taste buds were seeking the Steamed Cabbage taste. That was not the case but, as an adult, I gave Brussel Sprouts a second try. Love them!


Brussel sprouts can be bitter but roasting them with honey and adding the Teriyaki sauce makes this dish a delicious side dish to any meal. The roasting process allows the leaves of the Brussel sprout crisp up and the honey releasing all of the natural sweetness onto the leaves transforming the taste to utter goodness.



Frequently Asked Questions

How do I store Honey Roasted Brussel Sprouts?

Once the Brussel sprouts cool down, seal them in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 4 days. You can lightly oil a baking sheet to reheat for about 5-6 minutes at 350° F.


Can I freeze Honey Roasted Brussel Sprouts?

Leftover Brussel sprouts can be stored in an airtight container after the cool and kept in the freezer up to 3 months. Since this recipe has Teriyaki sauce roasted on it I would not store no longer than that. They may be a little softer after the thaw but the taste should not change


Ingredients Honey Roasted Teriyaki Brussel Sprouts


Brussel Sprouts- are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making them a nutritious addition to your diet. Brussels sprouts have a lovely nutty flavor that's also a bit smokey, sweet, and slightly bitter.

Honey- adds a unique flavor buzz and delicate floral sweetness to the dish. Honey is a natural sweetener as well as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial agent

Teriyaki Sauce-has a savory flavor with a slight tanginess, salty and sweet.


Let's Cook!

  • Rinse and cut the Brussel sprouts in half and place them on a cookie sheet. Season with salt and pepper. Add the olive oil to the Brussel sprouts making sure to coat evenly.


  • Lastly, pour the honey on the Brussel sprouts and bake. You can use store-bought Teriyaki sauce or make your own Teriyaki sauce.

Bon Appetit, Enjoy!






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