4 Reviews

These flavors made Brussels sprouts edible. I bought some giant fresh sprouts on Sunday, and I used this recipe the next day. I used an entire 14 ounce can of chicken broth because I had no idea how many Brussels sprouts I had. It was about 2 pounds, but as for cups...? It took about 9 minutes to soften the Brussels sprouts. In the end, I wanted more lemon and caraway because they were the best part. I ended up spooning up the chicken broth, lemon and caraway mixture after the Brussels sprouts were gone. These were better than our main course! Thanks!

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Burned Toast May 16, 2006

I love the caraway with the other flavors! Very easy as well. Thanks for sharing this recipe, which I made just as written.

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iris5555 November 30, 2005

This is a delicious way to prepare Brussels Sprouts. I used fresh Brussels, and it turned out great. Thanks for a well written and easy to follow recipe!

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~Leslie~ July 24, 2005

My new favourite way to eat a vegetable I love. The butter and lemon go so well, then the hint of aniseed in the caraway just finishes them off.

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JustJanS July 01, 2004
Brussels Sprouts with Butter and Caraway