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Moroccan-Spiced Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflowers


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A delicious Moroccan spiced roasted winter vegetables with maple syrup, chives and pomegranate seeds. It takes less than 30 minutes to prepare and makes a perfect side dish to compliment any meal. You can jazz up this basic recipe by adding some Feta and candied nuts.

Moroccan Spice Mix
  • 1 tsp Ground coriander
  • 1 tsp Ground cumin
  • 1/2 tsp Ground ginger
  • 1/2 tsp Ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp Cayenne pepper powder
  • 1/4 tsp allspice powder
  • 1/4 tsp Nutmeg powder
  • 1 tsp Garlic salt
  • 500 g Brussels sprouts, trimmed and halved
  • 500 g Cauliflower, cut into florets
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1 tbsp Maple syrup
  • 1 tbsp Moroccan spice mix
  • 100 g Green peas, thawed
  • Seeds of 1/2 pomegranate
  • 1 bunch Chives, chopped
  • Finely grated zest of 1 lemon
  • 1 tsp Tomato pesto sauce
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  1. To make the spice blend, just place everything in a bowl and mix.
  2. Preheat oven to 200C/400F. Combine Brussels sprouts and cauliflower with olive oil, maple syrup and Moroccan spice mix in a mixing bowl. Toss until well combined. Spread the vegetables on a large baking tray.
  3. Bake for 25 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables are tender. Transfer the vegetables to a large bowl and add in pomegranate seeds, green peas, chopped chives, lemon zest and tomato pesto. Toss until well combined. Taste and season with more salt and pepper.

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92 comments:

Nammi 19/10/16 03:43

Oh my i am the first to comment af Angie's space ?now thats an achievement ;p... love this finally somethinh i can make most of these ingrediants i can get over here yey!!!... have been hiding a bottle of maple syrup with little idea of what to do with it so thanks for the recipe hugs:)

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Nammi 19/10/16 03:43

Oh my i am the first to comment af Angie's space ?now thats an achievement ;p... love this finally somethinh i can make most of these ingrediants i can get over here yey!!!... have been hiding a bottle of maple syrup with little idea of what to do with it so thanks for the recipe hugs:)

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Kushigalu 19/10/16 07:13

This looks so beautiful and delicious. WOW!

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Rafeeda AR 19/10/16 07:32

Only you can make a salad look so glamorous... the flavors sound delicious...

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Nava K 19/10/16 07:42

I have been and I will always be in love with your salads and veggie dishes. Here I see another sensational version. Ohhh, how can I say no? The biggest yes please.

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Vicki Bensinger 19/10/16 08:02

I have never made a moraccon spice mix but love it. All these flavors together sound so interesting. My kids love Brussels sprouts, I need to try these before Thanksgiving to see if they'll like them. Great recipe.

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Beena 19/10/16 08:53

Looks lovely . healthy and yummy

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 19/10/16 11:48

Wow this is so good Angie. I love it or at least I would if it was in front of me!

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Merryn 19/10/16 12:48

This is delicious! We
What a clear combination of flavours and textures Angie I am filing this for Saturday night veggies. Thanks so much :D

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Merryn 19/10/16 12:48

This is delicious! We
What a clear combination of flavours and textures Angie I am filing this for Saturday night veggies. Thanks so much :D

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kitchen flavours 19/10/16 13:57

A beautiful and delicious plate of salad! Wonderful combination of ingredients!

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Adina 19/10/16 14:31

I love your salads! They are always so original and combining ingredients I would never have thought of combining.

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Shashi at SavorySpin 19/10/16 15:59

Angie, what a fantastic Brussels Sprouts dish this is - loving all those aromatic spices and the pomegranate jewels add such a lovely festive feel to this!

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Kelly 19/10/16 16:39

This is such a beautiful dish, Angie! I am a big Brussels sprouts fan and love the spices you used! The pomegranate seeds are so pretty too!

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Kitchen Riffs 19/10/16 17:17

Wow! Terrific spice combo. Love the flavor, and so perfect for fall. Thanks!

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Unknown 19/10/16 17:23

This recipe has 2 of my favorite vegetables, brussel sprouts and cauliflower. The pomegranate seeds are a nice sweet crips touch.

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Hema 19/10/16 18:09

Moroccan spice mix sounds very flavorful, the salad looks awesome..

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Pam 19/10/16 18:18

Only you can make Brussels sprouts look so pretty. Great combination of flavors and textures in this dish.

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Monica 19/10/16 18:41

What great photos - really captures the beauty of the dish with the wonderful colors. I'm already looking forward to Thanksgiving sides now...but I should eat like this more often!

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Unknown 19/10/16 19:09

What a STUNNING dish Angie!! Brussels sprouts are my fav!

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Harriet Emily 19/10/16 19:35

Wow, I've never tried brussels sprouts and cauliflowers with moroccan spices before! Such a delicious dish! Love the photos!

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Eva Taylor 19/10/16 19:40

This dish looks very festive Angie, I might just have to change up the pancetta roasted brussels sprouts for this beauty (I'm just quoting to cater my old marketing company's Christmas party!).
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 19/10/16 20:42

Brussels sprouts and cauliflower are two of my all time favorite veggies, so I am DROOLING over this one, Angie! This is SOOOO pretty!! And I just love the Moroccan spice going on here! I can't wait to make this!! Cheers, friend!

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The Hungary Buddha 19/10/16 21:34

what an awesome way to jazz up roasted veg! And pretty to boot!

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fimere 19/10/16 22:07

avec ce mélange d'épices ça ne peut être que bon jolie salade
bonne soirée

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 19/10/16 22:11

Brussels sprouts and cauliflower are two of my very favorite veggies to roast! It's like you made this for me :)

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 19/10/16 22:50

I love your spice cabinet - you're so organized and it's so pretty!
This dish looks lovely, especially would be tasty made with our garden grown Brussels Sprouts!

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Juliana 20/10/16 01:17

Oh Angies, this is such a nice salad...I love all the spices in it...Brussels sprouts and cauliflower? Great combination, and I love the pomegranate seeds in it.
Thanks for the recipe...hope you are having a great week :)

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scrambledhenfruit 20/10/16 04:05

I love this spice mixture! It's almost time for brussels sprouts to be ready here, and I can't wait to try this! :)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 20/10/16 04:46

Ooh Angie! I don't think you left anything out of this. What a fabulous dish and those colors? Sing! Yes! They sing!

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Dawn @ Words Of Deliciousness 20/10/16 05:30

I love the combination of spices. Sounds delicious.

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 20/10/16 05:43

I am working on Brussel Sprouts and finding a recipe with enough going on, I can work on developing a taste for them. This is a recipe that would work for me.

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 20/10/16 06:00

Roasted veggies turn on my taste buds so so so so so much! YUMMMM!

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Mindy 20/10/16 08:44

Beautiful, as always!

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Anca 20/10/16 08:46

The sprouts look amazing. In Winter I always cook a lot of Brussels sprouts as they are in season and I love them. I like the idea of the moroccan spices, yum.

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Anonymous 20/10/16 14:37

I wish I could get Pete to eat Brussel sprouts although he loves pomegranates so I should see if your recipe will convert him with Brussels Angie.
Have a wonderful day.
:-) Mandy xo

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 20/10/16 14:45

Angie, I could have thought all month about a new way with Brussels sprouts and I would NEVER have come up with this! Gorgeous!

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Alida 20/10/16 15:21

So colourful and delicious. I love moroccan spices and brussels.. Bookmarked!

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Velva 20/10/16 15:29

I am a huge brussels sprouts fan! Roasted with a great Moroccan inspired spices, makes it amazing.

Velva

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 20/10/16 15:30

I haven't tried eating brussel sprouts yet.I'm sure it taste really good especially when cooked like this.

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Nancy Chan 20/10/16 16:27

As always your salad looks delicious. I love brussel sprouts.

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grace 20/10/16 18:46

oh, i do love that blend of spices! i think i'd like to visit morocco one day. :)

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Cheri Savory Spoon 20/10/16 18:54

Oh I love this combination of veggies and spices Angie, what a gorgeous dish you have prepared.

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Yi @ YiReservation 20/10/16 19:17

Love all the spices you use and the flavorful must be outstanding! Great side dish idea for a holiday party. Thanks.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 21/10/16 03:51

Moroccan? now you are speaking my language :-) what a great salad with 2 veggies I am learning more to love as an adult lol.

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Reeni 21/10/16 05:18

I'm so happy brussels sprouts season is almost here! You packed so much flavor into these Angie! I bet they're absolutely delicious and perfect for the holidays.

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Reeni 21/10/16 05:18

I'm so happy brussels sprouts season is almost here! You packed so much flavor into these Angie! I bet they're absolutely delicious and perfect for the holidays.

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noobcook 21/10/16 09:25

I love Brussels sprouts! This dish is so beautiful

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Barbara 21/10/16 14:42

There's nothing better than roasted vegetables! Love your flavor combinations here too, Angie. What a delicious looking dish!

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Geri Saucier 21/10/16 21:51

Brussels Sprouts are one of my favorite veggies. I love the spice mix and the wonderful color the pomegranate seeds add.

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Gloria Baker 22/10/16 06:00

This look so beautiful Angie :)

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Amy 22/10/16 07:15

So gorgeous and perfect for the Fall! You've got all my favorite ingredients in one dish! :) Have a wonderful weekend.

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GG 22/10/16 16:29

That looks and sounds fab. I love finding different ways to cook cauliflower. GG

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 22/10/16 17:29

We just had roasted Brussels sprouts and cauliflower for dinner last night :) They were nothing like your beautiful presentation though, Angie! The Moroccan spice sounds warm and wonderful.

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 22/10/16 21:28

What a stunning and delicious looking salad, Angie. Pomegranate arils one top look droolicious. Can't wait to try this.

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Pam 22/10/16 22:26

Very nice, Angie! It looks like a delicious healthy salad!

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Karen Luvswesavory 23/10/16 08:18

I've not tried Moroccan spice mix though, this beautiful and delicious salad definitely made me drooling over it.

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Beth 23/10/16 15:03

I like Moroccan spiced anything, and roasted vegetables are my favourites. Can't wait to try this one!

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Easyfoodsmith 23/10/16 16:10

Big fan of moroccan spice and this dish is right up my alley!

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 23/10/16 17:43

What a magnificent, vibrant autumn side dish!!! The Moroccan spices are a nice twist!!

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Marcelle 23/10/16 18:25

Yum!! Fantastic flavors in this dish, Angie!!

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Debra Eliotseats 23/10/16 18:34

Brussel sprouts always make me think of the upcoming holidays and family meals. Great recipe!

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Chitz 23/10/16 20:46

Looks stunning.. I should say a perfect pair of veggies. It must be crunchy and healthy too :)

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Amelia 24/10/16 04:37

Hi Angie, very colorful dish and look so pretty. The Moroccan spices look so flavorful, I'm sure it taste delightful. Thanks for sharing.

Have a nice week ahead,regards.
Amelia

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kankana 24/10/16 12:41

Roasted brussel sprouts is one of my fav and flavoring it with moroccan spices sounds fantastic!

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ann low 24/10/16 15:23

I love the first picture! The bowl of vege with pomegranate looks so pretty and delicious!

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Emma | Fork and Good 24/10/16 17:19

These are some of my favourite flavours on one of my favourite roasted veggies. Perfect!! Hope you're awesome :)

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Sue/the view from great island 24/10/16 17:38

Wow, a new way to enjoy my all time favorite veggie! This would be a fabulous Thanksgiving side dish :)

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Unknown 24/10/16 18:11

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Looks so colorful and awesome clicks...

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Unknown 24/10/16 20:17

those spices sound wonderful!

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norma chang 25/10/16 00:19

Great combo. The pomegranate seeds give it a festive look.

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Christine Ho 25/10/16 11:54

Angie, I can image how fragrant this veggie salad is. Love the mixed spices. Throwing some pomegranate seeds in the salad is such a clever move that makes me want to dig in.

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Dannii 25/10/16 13:03

I am literally brussel sprouts obsessed and this looks like a delicious way to eat them. Love the pomegranate!

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Sharmila kingsly 25/10/16 19:51

They look super yummy and colorful Angie.. Lovely share!!

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 25/10/16 22:18

OMG SIGN ME UP FOR THIS!!!!!!! Seriously though. LOVE B Sprouts and Cauli! So this is ONNNNNNN!

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Tricia Buice 26/10/16 14:33

I love the sound of that spice mix and am a big fan of Brussels Sprouts! What a lovely way to serve them with the pomegranate too!

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motherrimmy 26/10/16 14:55

The warm flavors of Moroccan spices is perfect for this time of year. I'm going to make a batch of your spice mix and keep it in the pantry. You could use it in all kinds of dishes.

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FLAVZCORNER 28/10/16 04:12

Moroccan spice mix sounds really interesting. I am pretty sure it might had worked very well with the flavor of brussels sprout.

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Ana Regalado 28/10/16 13:04

Haven't had brussels sprouts but this salad certainly looks wonderful !

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tigerfish 28/10/16 18:41

Always love pomegranate seeds on roasted brussel sprouts! The spice mix is such a good way to give this dish a nice balance of flavors & depth.

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nadia 29/10/16 12:14

Mmm I love roasted veggies. Even more so when flavoured with Middle Eastern spices - my favourite cuisine :D

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Evi @ greenevi 30/10/16 12:02

Brussels sprouts and pomegranate are definitely an awesome combo! And that Moroccan spice mix sounds so delicious too! Pinned :)

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 31/10/16 13:21

I love everything about this recipe…from the combination of veggies to the spices used.

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 7/11/16 23:57

What a gorgeous dish - perfect for the holidays!

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Choclette 8/11/16 10:04

Oh, this is beautiful Angie. What a fab Christmas dish it would make. It sounds totally scrummy too :)

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Sharon D. 11/11/16 01:01

This is the stuff of yum! Scrumptious.. I could eat this everyday. Well, not everyday, but you know what I mean! ^.^

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 14/11/16 21:38

Such an amazing spice mix, I love it :)

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Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 20/12/16 00:40

I can't find the best words to describe how awesome this looks and must taste! What a creation, Angie! Thank you!

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