These roasted vegetables are soooooo dang good! This is the ONLY way we eat brussels sprouts. Make these for the perfect Easter side dish! Roasted brussels sprouts are one of my favorite vegetable dishes! When you roast veggies, it helps take some of the bitterness away, which is key for most people, especially for those stronger tasting veggies like brussels sprouts and broccoli. You might even be able to talk those picky eaters in your life into trying a bite of this veggie dish… I mean, it has bacon, come on!!! This dish is a nice twist on how I usually make brussels sprouts. My typical go-to is to toss them in olive oil, balsamic, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, and then roast them in the oven. But with this twist, you get brussels sprouts and broccoli with bacon and walnuts, and it equals deliciousness….
Make this for St. Patrick’s Day!!! Seriously, you all need to stop what you’re doing and plan to cook this simple dish for your St. Patty’s Day dinner. Hopefully you have most of the ingredients on hand, at least the potatoes and onions….and beer, if not, proceed to the grocery store immediately.
A Dublin Coddle is an Irish dish that was prepared in order to use up leftovers – perfect! My favorite type of dish because I hate wasting food, and it’s a one-pot meal! When I can’t decide what to make for dinner, I make a one-pot meal, just chop all the veggies in the kitchen that look like they might be getting close to going bad, sauté them with some sort of meat, top with grated cheese, and tada, dinner! Kris’s favorite!!! (no, not really…he definitely prefers me planning meals over serving him a random assortment of cooked vegetable and meat topped with cheese).