So I was worried when I posted this brussel sprout recipe. I thought perhaps I was the only person on earth who truly loved those delicious little cabbages. But I was wrong! You guys liked it! Perhaps it is because I added bacon,which makes everything delicious, or maybe you just are a veggie fan, too. I really hope it is the latter because I have another sprout recipe for you today. While I love the bacon and cranberry version, I don’t always have those two ingredients on hand. But parmesan cheese and panko? I am always fully stocked in those departments.
I always try to include a veggie with our meals, even if it is just a steam in bag of broccoli in the microwave. Unfortunately, the vegetable becomes an afterthought and it is not the most exciting part of the meal. What I love about this side dish is that it doesn’t require any effort but it tastes much better than my microwaved bag of broccoli and takes the same amount of time. You really only need three ingredients too, besides the seasonings and oil. I like to use the italian seasoned Panko for these because they are extra crunchy and have lots of delicious flavor.
The procedure is super simple here and makes for a quick side dish that is ready start to finish in half an hour. Once you cut your sprouts, you just toss them all together with the other ingredients and throw them in the oven. You could also follow all the directions and then toss them on the grill either wrapped in foil or on a grill pan. They would still get nice and crispy on the outside but soft in the inside like they do in the oven.
I love these Panko and Parmesan Roasted Brussel Sprouts and they will make lots of appearances on our dinner table over the next couple of months!!
Panko and Parmesan Roasted Brussel Sprouts
- 1 lb. fresh brussel sprouts stems removed and cut in half lengthwise
- 1/4 cup parmesan cheese freshly grated or from a canister
- 1/3 cup Italian seasoned panko breadcrumbs
- 3 tbsp. olive oil
- garlic powder
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
In a large bowl, toss together the cut brussel sprouts, olive oil, half of the parmesan and all of the panko. Add the salt, pepper, and garlic powder to taste. I went heavy on the garlic and light on the salt and pepper because the panko is seasoned.
Lay in a single layer on a non stick baking sheet.
Put in the oven and cook for 10-15 minutes or until the edges start to get brown. Remove from oven and stir.
Return to the oven and cook for another 10-15 minutes. They are done when the insides are soft but the outside is brown and crispy.
Remove from oven and toss with remaining parmesan cheese. Taste and add more seasonings if desired. Enjoy!
22 thoughts on “Panko and Parmesan Roasted Brussel Sprouts”
Wow, I love, I do mean love Brussels Sprouts. I am going to make this. Thanks for sharing.
Me too! I am glad I am not the only one!!!
I love brussell sprouts, but no one in my house will eat them. I’m thinking that this recipe might change that! Thanks!
My husband and i love them, my daughter, not so much!
I LOVE panko! I have never thought about using it on brussel sprouts!
I love brussel sprouts SO much and this looks amazing.. I pinned for later! 🙂
Thank you for pinning!
These look good. Can’t wait till the ones in my garden are ready to pick. 🙂
So jealous that you grow them!! I bet they are great fresh from the garden!
Oh, yum! These sound so good. My husband would love this recipe.
It is one of my husband’s favorites!
LOVE Brussels sprouts and will definitely try this way of roasting them! … btw: I’ve also roasted radishes, and they might be good tossed in there with the sprouts.
You just blew my mind with the roasted radishes!! I think those would be perfect in this!!
Radishes are something no one thinks of roasting, but they’re really good! It would be a great contrast with the Brussel sprouts (and pretty too)
I often roast of sprouts with all sorts of stuff (although walnuts and honey are a favourite), but have never thought of adding breadcrumbs… Sounds like a stonking idea definitely one to try!
Wow! Walnuts and honey would be delicious!!! The sweetness would be so good with the bitter taste of the sprout!! I will have to try it! Maybe a little bleu cheese too??
These look so good! I made brussel sprouts for dinner last night. Wish I had parmesan! 🙂
I’m so happy to hear that I am not the only one making Brussel sprouts for dinner all the time!!
Is this recipe ok to use on the 21 day fix diet? It looks delicious!
Thank you Suzanne!! I didnt write it specifically for the 21 Day Fix, but I think you could definitely do it, but would replace the panko with homemade whole wheat bread crumbs. Just pulse up some stale wheat bread in your food processor and bake until crispy.
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