Some people claim not to like Brussels sprouts, but they must have never tried our collection of creative Brussels sprouts recipes! You can’t fail with these ideas.
Brussels sprouts are delicious when roasted. They should have a few little burned leaves for best flavour.
It's always good to have a few brussels sprouts recipes and this one is worth the effort. It combines Brussels sprouts with bacon and pine nuts.
Pan-fried with colourful red capsicum, sprouts make a superb side dish to accompany lean meat or poultry for a simple weeknight dinner. Don't overcook them: stir-frying sliced Brussels sprouts until they are just crisp-tender is the way to go.
A great way to have brussels sprouts with a little more flair.
Cabbage is a good source of vitamin C and is also rich in indoles. Preliminary studies suggest that these phytochemicals may help prevent breast cancer. And in a test of some common fruits and vegetables for their overall antioxidant power, Brussels sprouts ranked number five.
Boiled sprouts tossed with sauteed mushrooms and a sprinkling of parsley and lemon. Everyone will eat their Brussels sprouts.
The Brussels sprouts are cooked in chicken stock, mustard and lemon juice which is then reduced to make a tangy serving sauce.
It seems so simple but I often forget to enjoy the classics, so here is a friendly reminder that simple Brussels sprouts in butter are still delicious.
Even if you are not a fan of Brussels sprouts, you might like this salad. Raw Brussels sprouts are a great canvas for this fresh and tangy salad providing a nice crunchy alternative to lettuce, and balanced by the creaminess of the fresh mozzarella.
A bag of salad or a head of lettuce are ideal for creating meals from leftovers. Combine with Brussels sprouts and festive cranberry sauce to make this wonderful salad.