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I'll be making these over & over- just look at the calories and when you taste the flavor - great. I used 3 cloves of garlic (love that garlic) Thanks Sue L
I like the steam first then saute method on these sprouts. However, I did not like the flavor combination. I thought that the dill fought with the sprouts and gave a sort of bitter flavor to them. Flavors are subjective though, maybe I just don't like dill with sprouts. Thanks for posting!
Now what a surprise! I came home late and DH had cooked these and did really well considering that he had two tired kids around his feet while he did. He accidently left the cornstarch out, but that was no biggie.. these tasted great !!!I didn't quite know what to expect of a dill/garlic/sprout combination, but Wow!, it really works well and we will be making this again very soon indeed. DH loved them too and was rather smug about his culinary success. It went very very well indeed with plain pasta and fish cooked in a little white wine ... ah, the bottle was open, so why not ? LOL. Please see my rating system: 5 Brilliant stars for a flavour combination that I was initially a little nervous of when I picked out the recipe but which ended up being the star of the show. We sprout lovers will be enjoying this all winter long. Thanks!
This was great. It was very easy to make and created a light sauce over the sprouts that let the taste of the brussels come thru. I will be making this often. I served this with pork chops and mashed potatoes
We really loved these brussel sproats, wonderful flavour! I will be making them again. I served them with pork chops and baked potato, they made it a great meal, thanks for posting.