19 Reviews

This was very tasty, I didn't have peanut oil and used canola instead used low-sodium soy sauce with fresh sprouts. I would caution the 2-3 minutes on high for the garlic, it seemed to brown in less than a minute and I was afraid it would become bitter. This was quick to put together...don't forget the sesame oil at the end, I did initially and was glad I looked at the recipe one more time. I also drizzled a bit of seasoned rice vinegar on the finished dish for contrast. Thanks for posting.

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Larawithoutau November 26, 2010

Awesome. I toasted the sesame seeds first. I also deglazed the pan with some rice wine and reduced that down to serve as a sauce along side. Very yummy.

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drdelicious March 20, 2012

We like brussel sprouts anyway, but the sauce was very good. Sauteed the sprouts until crisp/tender and then added the sauce ingredients. Next time will pre-mix those as the ginger didn't disperse as well as I'd like (my fault), but the method change made this a one-pan dish. thanks for sharing.

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dianegrapegrower December 19, 2008

Perfectly cooked w/o the constant scraping/flipping in an oven or in a skillet. Loved it! Followed recipe exactly except for the sesame sauce I forgot to add at the end. Beautiful and delicious. I steamed about 20 very small sprouts for 7 minutes, removed from heat but kept them covered until I was ready w/ the "sauce". Then tossed them in and covered until we were ready to eat, about 15 minutes later. Gorgeous. Thanks for the recipe.

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Chef C.S. February 02, 2013

Excellent!

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FLPenelope December 29, 2012

Made half a recipe and was good, DH thought he tasted something bitter but I didn't.

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adopt a greyhound April 21, 2012

I really enjoyed this! Loved the mix of peanut oil and sesame oil. I also loved the crushed red pepper. I seemed to have a bit more sesame seeds than I needed for the recipe, but excess is good, right?! Fun way to dress up the wonderful sprout! Thanks for sharing.

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breezermom January 16, 2011

I did half the recipe cause I only got 1 lb of brussels sprouts. I steamed them. I omitted the black pepper. It gives a great taste to the brussels sprouts. Yummy. Thanks Parsley :) Made for the Zwizzle Chicks of ZWT

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Boomette May 20, 2010

Oh my goodness! I love these. I made them to go with our chinese type meal, but I will make these to go with any meal. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with us.

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mommyoffour February 15, 2010

I really enjoyed these. I didn't have sesame oil so I just omitted it. I also had to substitute Korean Red Pepper for the crushed. Will be filing this one for future use

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grunig May 24, 2009
Asian Stir-Fried Brussels Sprouts