The world’s least favorite vegetable just may have gotten its bad rep from boring recipes. Prepare to surprise your palate with these unbelievably tasty ways to eat Brussels sprouts, which are in season from September through April, and deserve a spot on the table for Thanksgiving.
You can do some amazing things with only six ingredients! This recipe from Connoisseurus Veg uses Brussels sprouts, olive oil, garlic, white wine, Dijon mustard and black pepper. It’s not only a great side dish for a weeknight dinner, but also perfect for a holiday like Thanksgiving.
Brussels sprouts and bacon go together like PB&J. And the only other ingredients you need for this recipe from Morsels & Musings are garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper. Simple and delicious!
Transform your usual burrito filling with Brussels sprouts! This recipe from Big Girls Small Kitchen packs pinto beans, onion, Brussels sprouts and mozzarella inside a whole-wheat tortilla for a healthier take on Mexican.
We love the crunchy almond slivers and the maple Dijon vinaigrette in this recipe from Closet Cooking. It pairs beautifully with roasted salmon for a yummy, nutritious meal.
They might be a little time-consuming, but these stuffed Brussels sprouts from Cooking Stoned are totally worth the effort. The stuffing is a mixture of sautéed Brussels sprouts and garlic, ricotta, bread crumbs, parmesan cheese and herbs. After being stuffed, the sprouts are baked until crispy. Yum!
If you’re craving some Brussels but are on a tight schedule, this recipe from Whole Living is for you. Since there’s no sautéing necessary, it’s just a matter of making the dressing — made from lemon zest, lemon juice, mustard, olive oil, salt and pepper — and tossing the Brussels sprouts, pumpkin seeds and avocado in it.