This is excellent! I used a 10 ounce bag of fresh shredded Brussels sprouts that Trader Joe's carries. I essentially halved the recipe but did use 2 slices of bacon, 2 tsp. dijon mustard, only about 1/4 cup of the water and white balsamic vinegar. I was having lasagna and I recently saw on "The Chew" that balsamic vinegar with a pasta dinner can help lower blood sugar spikes. Quick, easy and very yummy! Thanks for sharing-
This is so much more pleasant than biting into a whole brussel sprout! Thanks for posting.
Enjoyed this recipe, my only change was I like to incorporate bacon within the dish rather than a topping. I served it with pork chops and "home fried potatoes." Thanks
This was a really nice change from steamed or roasted sprouts. I steamed these very lightly, as I like a crunchy texture to my vegetables, and was very pleased with the result. Next time I will add a little more mustard, and possibly some garlic. The cider vinegar added a nice tang to the dish that I really enjoyed. I'll definitely be making these again. Thanks for posting!
Fabulous. Simple, but tastes sophisticated. Perfect for those who don't like brussel sprouts, because the shredding makes the taste milder. For those that do like brussel sprouts, a great way to prepare them that's not just steamed...I make this at least once a week.
This deserves every one of its five stars. Simple and delicious, Gayla. I used turkey ham instead of bacon but made no other changes. Perfect flavor and very attractive dish.
This is a wonderful brussel sprout dish! So easy! My kids even liked it. I think the reason is because they are sliced so thin. Way different then when they look like a cabbage! I can't belive everyone in my family enjoyed brussel sprouts! Thanks for a great recipe that I will make over and over again!