Grilled Brussels Sprouts


Brussels sprouts tend to be more polarizing than other vegetables... when cooked wrong. When cooked right, they can taste so good that they're more of a savory treat than healthy side dish. Tossed in rich olive oil, grilled to crunchy perfection and seasoned with aromatic garlic and herbs, this Brussels sprouts recipe is a game-changer.


pound brussels sprouts
tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
tablespoons coarse ground dijon mustard
cloves garlic, minced
sprig thyme
teaspoon smoked paprika
teaspoon apple cider vinegar
teaspoon fresh-cracked pepper
teaspoon kosher salt



Preheat grill to 400. Chop Brussel Sprouts in half length-wise and place in a medium-sized bowl.


In a small mixing bowl, mix the olive oil, dijon mustard, garlic, thyme, smoked paprika and apple cider vinegar. Pour over brussels sprouts and toss until evenly coated.


Place brussels sprouts in a non-stick grill basket and place over direct heat. Grill for about 3-5 minutes per side until nicely charred.


Take off heat and add fresh-cracked pepper and salt to taste. 

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  • Diane | Apr 11, 2018

    Try this one

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  • Grilled Brussels sprouts | Apr 11, 2018

    There are many more items in the photo than Brussels sprouts! What has been left out?

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    • Shelby Hood | Aug 6, 2018

      Nothing is missing from the recipe; the image features a clove of garlic and the sauce from the recipe.

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  • | Apr 12, 2018

    This is good

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  • L | Apr 29, 2018

    I used the seasoning ingredients for steak and pork and threw them on the grill - it was amazing !

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  • Wally01 | Sep 15, 2018

    The recipe looks great, but is too hard to print a useful copy. Recipe should take only ONE PAGE, with Title & good photo near the top. There should be NO massive gaps, like the yellow numbered barriers. I printed to PDF p1 at letter size, then selected recipe and printed p2 at LEGAL size pdf, which I will shrink to a letter-8.5 x.11 paper. I will only print p2 on paper, but I get no title, which I must print using my pen. BARELY useful, & too much trouble. Thanks, tho!

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    • Shelby Hood | Sep 17, 2018

      Hi Wally, sorry to hear you ran into those issues-- we'll take a look into it.

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