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    Veggies: How I Learned to Like Brussels Sprouts

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    I got this from the Barefoot Contessa Cookbook. SO good.

    Recipe #56103

    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

    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

    Wow- earthy brussels sprouts cooked in a sugar-vinegar mixture- becomes heavenly! Taken from Better Homes & Gardens magazine, and upgraded! Brussels sprouts are hugely popular in Great Britain, where consumption far exceeds that of the United States. The exact origins of Brussels sprouts are unknown, but history places the vegetable in Brussels, Belgium, sometime in the sixteenth century. Thomas Jefferson is credited with introducing Brussels sprouts to the United States. He brought the plant to Virginia from Paris in 1821.

    Recipe #111662

    Saw Rachael Ray for 30 Minute Meals make these. I thought it would be something different for Christmas Eve dinner, since my DH loves them and I always refuse to make them. Not these...they are DELICIOUS! Even my two year old son loves them!

    Recipe #88220

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

    Recipe #173453

    18 Reviews |  By KelBel

    I HATE brussels sprouts, but got some in a organic vegetable delivery, and had to figure out an edible way to prepare them. I came up with this, and my hubby and I were fighting over the last one.

    Recipe #104476

    I served these to a room full of Brussels Sprout haters…. they were shocked that the side dish they were raving about was actually a food they thought they disliked! The majority of the preparation work comes in removing the core and pulling the Brussels sprout layers apart. This is well worth the effort, as the tender leaves cook quickly and evenly to a beautiful bright green color, lightly glazed with olive oil and bits of crisp pancetta.

    Recipe #120480

    This recipe was made by my sister's sister-in-law for a dinner at Christmas time several years ago. My sister made it for a celebration and now every Christmas I make the dish because I have the best access to fresh Brussels sprouts.

    Recipe #8547

    Recipe #63230

    An easy way to spruce up your Brussels sprouts!

    Recipe #62752

    This was a delicious way to have brussel sprouts. The cannelini beans and the cheese were a perfect complement to the slight bitterness of the brussel sprouts. I would definately make this again. [Bon Appetit, November 2005]

    Recipe #145743

    10 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Do ahead and 20 minutes before dinner put them in the oven. There is a difference in the flavor when you finish them in the oven.

    Recipe #12757

    When cooked properly Brussels Sprouts have a sweet and nutty flavor with a slight hint of bitterness. This quick and easy recipe offsets that slight bitterness with a sweet maple syrup pan sauce. The recipe can be easily halved. I adapted this from Julie Taras of Little Giant restaurant in New York City.

    Recipe #150433

    9 Reviews |  By Ingy

    What a perfect flavor combination - savory and sweet! I made this for Thanksgiving last year and it was amazing! Recipe from Everyday Food magazine.

    Recipe #184255

    I actually LOVE Brussels sprouts. I've really become fond of them cooked with a bit of sage as well. The roasting gives the outer leaves of the sprouts a crispy texture, while the middles remain nice and tender.

    Recipe #84473

    8 Reviews |  By T-Logan

    I know most of you will pass this right up, but this is an extremely simple and yummy way to make this veggie. Just try it once! This recipe comes from a friend of the family who fixed this when I went to visit her. She said this was the only way to get her whole family (kids and DH) to eat Brussels sprouts.

    Recipe #104402

    This is my own preference for Brussels sprouts. Try it. I think it's great.

    Recipe #9228

    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

    6 Reviews |  By Geema

    The key to making tasty Brussels sprouts is the same one for broccoli...Do Not Overcook! These have a savory addition of Dijon mustard and a dash of cream.

    Recipe #53943

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