By MA HIKER on July 16, 2007
Photo by dicentra
Photo by dicentra
"I LOVE Brussels sprouts! I usually roast them with garlic, olive oil and sea salt. This recipes sounds wonderful - from June 2007 GH. Haven't tried it yet but will this fall when they are back in season."
Serving Size: 1 (100 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"I did not like this and was going to rate it as such but then realized that I didn't use fresh ginger so that wouldn't be fair. Also I let the sprouts get mushy which wasn't the recipe's fault! Regardless though, I don't think this will work for me even if I did make all the necessary changes. I added some extra soy sauce mixed with maple syrup to salvage it. Everyone is different though so don't let my review deter you!"
"This was really tasty and a nice change from roasting. I followed the recipe exactly. DH said, "Make it again.""
"Best Brussels Sprouts recipe ever. The flavors are just incredible."
"This was a pretty tasty meal for my first time trying Brussels Sprouts. I will definitely make again although I'll peel the ginger next time instead of grate it."
"This is a great way to have brussel sprouts! I made 3/4 of the recipe (one pound of fresh brussel sprouts) for 3 people."
"Yum! These were very simple, but so good! I did use frozen sprouts, but that was the only change I made. The directions were straightforward and easy to follow. Hubby agreed that these were so tasty & wonderful, and made the perfect side dish to our grilled chicken. Thanks for posting!"
"Oh wow! These were fantastic, and barely even tasted like Brussels sprouts. I made enough for me and DD, with some left overs. I'll make this again for sure."
"Awesome! The only thing I added was a pinch of sugar and I garnished with a little sesame seeds. I did use the reduced sodium soy sauce as recommended. I'm always thrilled to find new ways to fix my favorite vegetable! Thanx!"
"A very good way to cook Brussel sprouts!I halved the recipe and enjoyed the flavors. Thanks!"