Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Lemon Oregano Chicken and Grilled Brussel Sprouts

This was the first time grilling Brussel sprouts and I know it won't be the last.  Doug has found several recipes to try and this was the first one, not a recipe actually.  He brushed them with olive oil and garlic powder.

Thread them on a skewer - they look pretty.

Then pop them on the grill.


These were paired with Lemon Oregano Chicken (a recipe from taste of Home and Velva) and mashed potatoes.  Easy meal, big return on taste and we also had leftovers.


The outside leaves of the sprouts charred a little but they pulled off easily.  Taste wise they had a good smokey grilled blend.  I'd have them this way again but Doug has two other recipes to try soon.  One has honey and smoked paprika, that sounds very good.  Stay tuned.


  1. I love chicken and Brussels Sprouts, a little burn on my food is fine with me :)

  2. I like those charred Brussels sprouts leaves!

  3. Vicki and Beth - they were very good! I'd eat that version again. But the experimentation continues with this new grill. Love that grill.

  4. Looks like a very creative way to cook brussels sprouts. Using a skewer is a neat way to keep them from falling into the fire.

    best... mae at

  5. I really like that grilling Brussels sprouts idea, though Bob is pretty much a traditionalist about his sprouts. Ha, he might have to get used to it.

  6. I just bought some Brussels Sprouts and this looks like a great way to enjoy them. Yum! ;-)

  7. I've never considered grilling Brussels Sprouts... such a good idea to thread them on a skewer!! Will try it this week :)

  8. I love a good lemon oregano chicken recipe and I never thought of grilling brussel sprouts either, what a great idea.


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