Servings: 6 to 8
Flavored with thyme and a little cider vinegar, the soft and sweet onions nestle into the tender, roasted sprouts, so you get some with every bite.
I prepared this for supper last night and stuck to the instructions for the most part. The slight char on some of the Brussels sprouts added another layer of complexity to the vinegar. My wife said that was the BEST food she has eaten since going gluten free eight years ago. No need to top with additional apple cider vinegar. PERFECT!
Unfortunately, there were only enough leftovers for one of us to take as part of our lunch. Next time, I'll have to double the Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Caramelized Onions.
Thanks for more inspiration!
Awesome recipe! I added 3 slices of bacon diced and cooked the onions and garlic in this instead of the olive oil. 5 stars!
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