4 Reviews

Mojo maybe, but I would call this brussels sprouts over-the-top! Unique but excellent recipe. Some of my brussels sprouts were still in large chunks after processing in my food processor so I cooked this a bit longer. I also added cashews and olives, reduced the oil by a bit and used a non-stick pan. Instead of pesto I used pieces of sun-dried tomato. As a result it was a bit dry, but still really delicious! Please thank your husband very much sugarpea. I will definitely be making this again:D

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Kumquat the Cat's friend February 03, 2006

Made this with Xmas dinner. My guests raved about it, but I was not quite thrilled with the texture. Everyone (myself included) loved the flavor. I think the sun-dried tomato pesto I used was a bit too grainy. I'll look for a smoother blend and try it again. Thanks!

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Cookin'Jay January 01, 2008

My family loves brussel sprouts, I personally do not! This recipe was a big hit with everyone, even me! I didn't have any sun-dried tomatoes, so I couldn't use them, but substituted regular pesto, with added drained Rotel tomatoes. This made a perfect accompaniment to ribs, and baked barley. Easy to put together, and it made a brussel sprout lover out of me! Thank you and to your husband too!

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm February 07, 2007

This was delicious. I did cook it longer than called for, but I like my veggies cooked soft. I didn't have sun dried tomato pesto, but I did have regular pesto and sundried tomatoes. I just combined the two.

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tara portee March 14, 2006
Brussels Sprouts Mojo