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    Veggies: How I Learned to Like Brussels Sprouts

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    Another awesome way to eat Brussels sprouts....posted for world tour.

    Recipe #173453

    I love Brussels Sprouts, and these are a really nice change of pace with a great flavour. Try them...you'll like them!

    Recipe #102677

    I served these for xmas last year,and had several requests for the recipe.A truly delicious way to serve this esteemed vegetable.

    Recipe #148281

    So many people think they don't like brussels sprouts - it's sad, because they're such a wonderfully tasty vegetable! I figure they must have had them prepared badly when they were younger, because everybody I fix them for change their minds about them. My latest conquest was my husband, who thought he didn't like them, either. He has since changed his mind, of course.

    Recipe #31209

    A favourite vegetable. This recipe comes from Taste of Home sent to me by KyJo. I haven't made it, but I plan to.

    Recipe #58616

    I saw this in the Sept. Better Homes issue and it looked beautiful! It tastes even better.

    Recipe #37293

    By Diane Morgan, from Fine Cooking, issue #53. I belong to the exclusive club of brussels sprouts lovers - this recipe is exceptional.

    Recipe #187814

    This is a great side dish--goes well with many things.

    Recipe #139992

    This is positively the ultimate recipe yet for brussel sprouts and the taste is unbelievable. Once again my wonderful girlfriend Betty passed this recipe onto me. Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #99194

    Recipe #63230

    Coming from a Standard American Diet (SAD) background, Brussels sprouts have not been a regular part of my diet. Now I understand the importance of them, in part because of websites such as http://www.WHFoods.com, where they write about the benefits in great detail. People with existing and untreated thyroid problems should read the Safety section. Their peak season is autumn through early spring. So far, this is my favorite way to eat Brussels sprouts. I adapted the recipe from a produce section recipe rack card.

    Recipe #158960

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is such an easy recipe and it does dress up the sprouts - the chestnuts stay crunchy. I sometimes add a few button mushrooms too.

    Recipe #75767

    4 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Almost a dinner in "one pot meal". Nice color combination good flavor.

    Recipe #11607

    Yummy way to get a healthy dose of green veggies

    Recipe #16228

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    From the local newspaper a few years ago. Good with the Turkey dinner, or baked ham dinner.

    Recipe #190716

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Very dressy way to serve brussels sprouts. Has a nice, cheesy/creamy flavor, and is great for special occasions or when you just feel like having something a little out of the ordinary.

    Recipe #77406

    This is a recipe from Joy of Cooking... totally changed my mind about Brussels Sprouts! It's imperative that you use fresh sprouts, the texture would be way off with the frozen ones.

    Recipe #21761

    This is Dh's invention and my favorite way to eat Brussels sprouts. He calls all his culinary creations whatever-it-is mojo, hence; Brussels Sprouts Mojo. This dish cooks in 2 minutes so it's best to have all the ingredients measured out into a small bowl and waiting before beginning the cooking process.

    Recipe #80110

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