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rockycat | Dec 5, 201207:35 AM     14

My kid loves brussels sprouts, the more overcooked the better. Given the price and seasonality of fresh brussels sprouts, I was wondering if I could buy the frozen sprouts (dirt cheap compared to fresh) and defrost and then roast them. Since overcooking is desirable I'm not worried about that part. I just wonder how the taste would hold up and if they would actually disintegrate if I tried to roast. I don't use frozen vegetables all that often and I have very little experience cooking them.

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