Want to learn how to steam Brussels sprouts? Steaming Brussel sprouts is one the best way to cook it to ensure that it will provide the body with all of its nutritional value. It has been shown that consuming steamed Brussels sprouts plays a key role in lowering an individual’s cholesterol levels.
It is very important to not overcook Brussel sprouts or else they begin to emit an unplesant sulfur smell! Consuming Brussel sprouts daily or weekly is highly recommended and will provide you with many benefits such as intaking:
- Vitamin K – Helps with clotting blood and prevents excessive bleeding
- Vitamin C – Helps to repair tissues and protects against heart disease
- Folate – Treats anemia
- Fiber – Helps bowel movements!
- Vitamin B6 – Helps form chemicals that send signals to the brain
- Iron – When in the form of hemoglobin, it helps to carry oxygen in the body
- + More!
Here is how I steam my Brussel sprouts!
- Frozen or fresh Brussel sprouts
- Seasoning of your choice
- Steaming basket
Allow your Brussel sprouts to thaw on the countertop for about 5 minutes. I use the frozen pack from Trader Joe’s, but if time permits I suggest you use fresh ones and trim them yourself!
Boil some hot water as you wait. Place your Brussel sprouts into a steam basket and steam for approximately 10 minutes.
I love to season the Brussel sprouts with a little bit of salt and pepper and serve it with brown rice sprinkled with furikake seasoning. Furikake makes any bland dish into a work of art! I also enjoy eating it as a side dish to any of my entrees like my tomato pasta or kimbap.
I highly recommend that you give Brussels sprouts a try if you have never eaten them before! If you found this post helpful, please like and share!