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We enjoyed this but I changed it and thought I would describe what I did. I just sliced onions, topped/tailed brussel sprouts, mixed up the water, maple syrup and mustard and poured this over everything. I then put into an oven dish and roasted for approx 30 minutes. It was delicious and a lot less work as I had run out of time.

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Wendy's Kitchen May 14, 2010

One of the few brussels sprouts recipes my boyfriend and I can agree on! I just used sliced onion in place of the pearl onions, and left out the pecans because I didn't realize I was out. I used 1 lb brussels, but only doubled the "sauce" and it was still PLENTY. In fact, I could have used a lot less, especially of the maple syrup. I tried to roast in the oven but after 40 minutes, there was still a ton of liquid so I ended up just sauteing on the stove anyway. Even good reheated the next day! Thanks for sharing!!

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Keee November 13, 2012

Wow! The flavor is absolutely wonderful! Made exactly as posted, but have to say, I cut this recipe down to serve 2, and found it really only served 1....This is so delicious that I would have to say this recipe as posted serves 2-3. Half it and you will fight your dining partner for every bite! Delicious! Made for Best of 2010 Tag game. Congrats on being selected as a Best of 2010 Recipe!!! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

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breezermom February 02, 2011

Really liked this. I used chopped yellow onion and skipped the blanching part. I cut back on the maple syrup and water a little,I didn't want too much liquid. The carmelization and toasted pecans were terrific. My husband and I both though this was an excellent veggie dish.

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tara portee February 24, 2010

OMG! This has to be one of the most flavorful recipes we have had in a long time. I could have eaten the whole thing myself. Each time you take a bite a new flavor pops out. I had to cook it longer to get it to caramelize and I took the lid off. My sprouts were misbehaving and decided to remove a lot of their leaves. I served these tasty guys with Spanish Garlic Chicken and rice pilaf. Thanks for posting. This is going in my best of 2010 cookbook. :)

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teresas February 12, 2010

Absolutely enjoyed making this easy-to-prepare dish of one of my favorite vegetables! The combo of caramelization with the toasted nuts & this veggie was a very nice change of pace for us, & the recipe is a definite keeper! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick A Chef]

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Sydney Mike September 13, 2009
Caramelized Brussels Sprouts With Pecans