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Spicy Sambal Brussel Sprouts

Spicy Sambal Brussel Sprouts

I love brussel sprouts and I love them even more as an appetizer or Happy Hour snack. These bad boys are good as a side dish anytime of year but I will be making them for Super Bowl Sunday this weekend. They have a bit of heat to them and the liquid aminos will tone that down a bit so feel free to add a little less sambal (chili sauce) and a bit more aminos if you aren’t into spicy.


  • 1 pound of brussel sprouts for 3 to 4 people as a snack (depending on how many people you are serving and the size of the brussel sprouts this will vary)

  • Wash and cut into half

  • 1/4 C of Sambal sauce (or chili sauce)

  • 3 tbs liquid aminos (coconut aminos and soy sauce works as well)

  • 1 tbs of avocado oil

  • 1 tbs garlic powder


  • Set oven to 400 degrees

  • In a bowl toss the sliced brussels in garlic powder and oil

  • Lay on baking sheet evenly (don’t let them stack otherwise they won’t be as crispy)

  • Bake for 15 - 20 minutes until crispy

  • While they are baking use the same bowl you mixed them in the oil add chili sauce and amino or soy sauce and whisk with a fork

  • Once brussel sprouts are fully cooked and crispy put them into the bowl and toss them with the sauce

  • Place back on baking sheet and cook for another couple of minutes to make them hot

    Serve and enjoy!

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