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you’ve already got my dairy-free, homemade dry ranch seasoning recipe, right?
right! now, let’s put it to use on these here brussels sprouts.
fresh brussels sprouts are super dirty, y’all. now, i’ve been a lil’ lazy in the past and replaced actually washing off a nectarine or an apple with a wipe of my shirt but you gotta go all out with fresh brussels.
i chop off the ends (only if they are extra long but normally i leave’em), halve them, and then let them soak in a good fruit and veggie wash (i use this one and post it in my IG stories all the time) + water then rinse very well. don’t skip these steps!
homemade ranch seasoning on deck! you need this recipe as it goes great on proteins too! chicken, fish, and turkey are my go-tos and it makes great dressings, sauces, and dips.
roasted to perfection! so robust.
just the right tenderness & crispiness.
after i made them for our dinner recently, i added crispy maple bacon cause what a combo!
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