If you haven’t yet figured out a go-to recipe for brussels sprouts, this simple dish is the answer. It results in sweet caramelized brussels sprouts that will make a believer out of anyone. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)
NYT Cooking: In this dead simple recipe from Chloe Coscarelli, the vegan chef and cookbook author, brussels sprouts are roasted at a high heat to bring out the natural sugars and caramelize the edges, then tossed with toasty hazelnuts and a glug of maple
How to Boil Brussels Sprouts Updated January 18, 2018 Boiled Brussels Sprouts This image courtesy of Cookstr Editor’s Note: Brussels sprouts are a flavorful, versatile, and entirely underrated vegetable. This recipe for Boiled Brussels Sprouts will teach you one of the simplest ways to prepare this hearty vegetable. It only takes five simple ingredients to get these Brussels sprouts from […] More http://thedirtygyro.com/how-to-boil-brussels-sprouts/
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NYT Cooking: A creative and fun way to enjoy a great fall and winter vegetable: crunchy “buns” of roasted brussels sprouts with a tasty middle -- a confit of caramelized onions, tangy mustard and savory tempeh -- **Seriously?
NYT Cooking: This recipe came to The Times in 2003 from Suzanne Goin, the Los Angeles restaurateur whose braised vegetables are a hallmark of her cuisine. It is a marvelously flavorful dish, rich with garlic and salty pancetta.
Honey-Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Harissa and Lemon Relish
Brussels Sprouts stirred after Roasting with a Spicy Honey-Harissa mixture may be the best and most delicious way to prepare them a wonderfully tart Lemon Relish brings the dish back from the brink of too much sweetness.
There’s a special place at the dinner table for anything cooked in bacon or sausage fat, but brussels sprouts pair especially well with that kind of smoky, fatty flavor Caramelized in sausage drippings, the sprouts stay lighter than expected thanks to som
I know it's odd, but I LOVE brussels sprouts! This side of brussels sprouts is ideal for Thanksgiving but is also easy enough for dinner any night. The dish goes well with roasted chicken, lamb chops, or broiled fish.