Thanks to the person that started this post. I haven't tried a healthy version recipe for brussel sprouts. And this post has 2 that I want to try; the roasted version with balsamic, and the shredded slaw version. Both sound yummy!! I wonder if feta cheese would be a compliment to brussel sprouts? hmm I'll try and post it back here.
2/8/13 12:37 A
One of my favorite vegetables which I love cooked with balsamic vinegar and herbs.
2/7/13 9:34 A
Mmmmm.. baked brussel sprouts sounds yummy.. At the holidays my family makes a VERY fattening pan fried with bacon brussel sprout dish that I have YET to find a healthier way to imitate! LOL
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2/6/13 7:15 P
I just had oven-roasted brussels sprouts for dinner a couple nights ago - halved, tossed in a small amount of olive oil, salt pepper and given a good shake of balsamic vinegar right after removing them from the oven. double yummmm
and yes, I too HATED these as a child. It should be a crime to boil them to macaroni-like consistency, ha ha isn't it true that as little as ONE exposure to brussels-slop can invoke trauma that lasts for years!
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177 2/6/13 6:50 P
Another totally delicious and much maligned vegetable. My husband bakes them and then chops them with butter, sour cream and a pinch of nutmeg. Some foods are so flavorful a little goes a long way. Our problem is buying them is small amounts.
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2/1/13 9:31 A
Cut in half, toss with olive oil and spices and bake them at 400 for about 20 minutes. Yummy!
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4,789 2/1/13 8:04 A
I use my Ninja and grate. They make an excellent coleslaw. Add carrots or other veggies for color or taste and add your favorite dressing. This is really good.
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"I was forced to try the nasty smelly green vegetable in my youth and hated them."
My mother mis-cooked them once when I was a child ... she probably boiled the hell out of them. And after that once disgusting experience I kept away from them for amost three decades. But when I realized (1) that they're basically small cabbages (and I like other cabbage-things) and (2) there's a correlation between liking cilantro an brussels sprouts (or disliking ... a chemist friend explained it years ago) and I like cilantro, I thought it was time to try them again, but with me doing the cooking!
Oven-roasted? Yum! Sauteed? Yum!
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1/28/13 12:35 A
tht is wonderful
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1/22/13 11:54 A
I love them tossed in some olive oil and roasted. Yummmmmmmmmmmm.
Boil until barely tender. Mash in a dish with some plain yogurt, black pepper and nutmeg Stir in cooked, chopped chestnuts. Put in oven to brown the top a little.
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1/21/13 1:11 P
I was forced to try the nasty smelly green vegetable in my youth and hated them. I read the recipe for shredded brussel sprouts and decided it was time to try them again with an open mind. Much to shock they were awesome! I have made them twice now and my son-in-law eats them as well as my 7 year old granddaughter. Try them using a stir fry method and be prepared to be pleased.
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