By Debbwl on December 30, 2010
Photo by breezermom
Photo by breezermom
"These Brussels sprouts pair nicely with both Asian dishes and roasted meats. The trick to these is getting that nice brown roasted look and flavor without burning them."
Serving Size: 1 (193 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Very tasty! I made 1/2 the recipe and didn't have plain sesame seed so used the black seeds I had (didn't toast) and it was still good. Made for Everyday Holiday."
"Love brussels sprouts, and these were just delicious. I halved the recipe, and cut some of my brussels sprouts smaller because they were large. Otherwise, I made as posted. Very nice way to make and serve brussels sprouts. Thanks for sharing!"
"Really enjoyed these great Brussels sprouts! I used quite a bit less sesame oil than called for, otherwise made as directed. These caramelized beautifully and the garlic and sesame were a perfect combination with the nutty flavor of the sprouts. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for Fall Pick-A-Chef 2011"
"This was a nice way to have Brussels sprouts for a change. You're right, this makes a nice accompianment to an Asian main course. Thanks! Made for PRMR game."
"Obviously if you make this recipe ya gotta love Brussels sprouts, & we definitely do! I did toast the seeds & also added the sherry during the last 2-3 minutes of the cooking, but otherwise followed the recipe right on down! It's definitely a keeper of a recipe! Many thanks for sharing it! [Made & reviewed just for the halibut!]"
"Great dish! I wish I didn't have to share with my family. I did reduce the sesame oil per reviews but I will add a little more next time. I added EXTRA garlic as I do with every dish. Made for Winter Photo Tag 1/2011."
"Yummmmmmm!!! Love my brussels and what a way to have them. Loved the sesame flavor, goes so well with the sprouts. Very easy to prepare. I halved the recipe as I am the only one who likes brussels spouts in this house....ate them all myself happily!"
"I love my brussels sprouts and I loved this recipe. I made this as written, but only used 1/2 tbsp of sesame oil and that was plenty. Make sure you do not skip the toasting of the sesame seeds. The toasted sesame seeds gave the sprouts a deep sesame flavor. Thanx for posting. I love to find different ways to prepare brussels sprouts."