By Chef Jean on February 26, 2009
Photo by Chur B
Photo by Chur B
"Here is an easy way to dress up brussel sprouts. If you like brussel spourts this is for you. I can't promise to make you love brussel sprouts if you don't already but I do encourage you to try them this way. Fresh sprouts make a difference."
Serving Size: 1 (246 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Nice oniony flavor. I used about 1 3/4 lbs of brussels sprouts (weight before trimming) and left all the other ingredients the same. They turned out wonderfully. I didn't add any salt; only pepper. The onion soup added enough salt. Thanx for a new way to make my favorite veggie!"
"These brussels sprouts are so good in the french onion soup. It's quite liquid but I like it. They're moist with full of flavors. Thanks Chef Jean :) Made for ZWT9"
"What a wonderful and delicious way to serve these under rated vegetables.<br/>I also did not add any salt, and these were just divine, I love my sprouts and these were just superb, with such great flavour.<br/>Thanks Chef Jean, for a recipe I will be making again."
"I love brussels sprouts and this was a very different and tasty way of preparing them, definitely something I will do again! Delicious, thank you, teammate, glad to have found this recipe! Made for ZWT9, Hot Pink Panthers On The Prowl!"
"This is a delicious way to prepare Brussels Sprouts! The onion soup mix gave this a great flavor and the sprouts were tender but not mushy cooked this way. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Made for ZWT9, The Apron String Travelers"
"Love them! I omitted the butter for personal dietary reasons. I sprinkled the soup mix on lightly at the end of the saut? and used a very small amount of water after they had all saut?ed in the soup mix and olive oil. I let the water simmer off. I also used frozen bagged sprouts from Publix. I microwaved them twice on one minute intervals to get the ice off of them and then cut them in half. I was VERY satisfied and will be doing this again. I love Brussels sprouts and this definitely took one of my favorite veggies up a notch. I LOVE the caramelized look, flavor, and texture."
"Very good - but found them a bit salty, but everyone at the table loved them. Thanks for sharing!"
"I loved these and just ate these for dinner. I didn't have dry french onion soup mix so I used a can of french onion soup and added some water to make two cups. Mine did take longer to cook but they were so good. I didn't add salt or pepper."
"I was looking for an easy recipe for Thanksgiving and this fit the bill. Very good! Thanks"
"This was an amazingly tasty way to prepared brussel sprouts. I am a fan of them plain but this elevated them beyond belief! I will use salt reduced soup mix next time though. Made for ZWT 7 (The Hot Pink Ladies)"
"YUM! I really loved these! I let them simmer until the sauce was a thick, almost caramelised coating on the sprouts. I'm going to make them again so my husband can try them! So easy, but so tasty! Thankyou for sharing! Made for ZWT7 - Switzerland (Vivacious Violets)"
"This was a hit!! I think I'll cut the amount of water in half next time though. To cook it down, so it's not floating, took so long the brussel sprouts were too done IMO. I'll add this to the keeper file though. Flavors were fantastic. Thanks for a new way to serve a favorite in my house."
"Very simple recipe, with good flavours - the butter and onion came through nicely. I think next time I'll follow Chef Jean's advise and use fresh brussel sprouts, as the frozen ones came out a bit soggier looking than the ones in Parsley's photo, but the flavour was great. I agree that no salt was needed, but I did add a good amount of fresh ground pepper - YUM! Made for PRMR tag."
"these were a bit salty for me so next time 1/2 package of soup mix , for me being on low sodium diet , the flavor of the sprouts was very good,easy also zwt9 and this is way better 2nd day"