Campfire Cooking: Brussels Sprouts with Mustard Aioli
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You may have had them baked or steamed, but have you had Brussels sprouts grilled? If not, you need to try them. Put the Brussels sprouts on a wooden skewer and grill them over the campfire for a healthy vegetable side. Before grilling, be sure to soak the skewers in water to reduce the risk of a fire.
Brussels sprouts help reduce the threat of thyroid problems, can lower cholesterol and protect against cancer. They also contain high amounts of Vitamin K and C. This recipe is delicious and full of nutrients.
This recipe is courtesy of Grace Derocha, a registered dietitian, certified diabetes and certified health coach at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and a featured blogger here at A Healthier Michigan.
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