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I was just about to post this recipe myself, but you beat me to it. Instead of the cured chorizo, I make this with a pound of homemade lean turkey chroizo, and serve the dish over brown rice. It makes for a great, easy-to-prepare meal.

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rpgaymer December 02, 2012

What a great flavor combination! I used two 10oz boxes of frozen sprouts in place of the fresh ones, and I nuked them per package instructions rather than boiling them. In hindsight, I think I would have cut the total cooking time for the chorizo a little bit, because my chorizo was a bit crispier than I prefer by the time my onions and garlic were finished. No big deal, though, because the finished product tasted great regardless. This will be a definite add-on to my veggie side rotation, thanks for posting! Made for PAC Spring '10 :)

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Muffin Goddess April 18, 2010

What a find! I had all the ingredients on hand, so when I saw this recipe I just had to make it. The sausage and brussel sprouts are wonderful together. I didn't add any additional salt because I thought the salt from the chorizo would be sufficient. But I did add just a dash after tasting. Thanks so much for a delicious lunch! Made for PAC Spring 2010.

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breezermom April 11, 2010
Brussels Sprouts With Chorizo