I am a card-carrying Brussels sprouts fan, and I’m assuming if you are reading this you are too. And maybe you’re looking for a new Brussels sprouts recipe or two to fall hard for this holiday season. I hope one of these makes your day and your holiday menu.
The title kind of says it all. Classic and comforting, but with a lively vinaigrette.
Alex Guarnascelli’s sophisticated but not at all complicated brussels are pretty close to divine.
An easy-elegant Brussels sprouts side.
Two of my favorite vegetables, bound together in love and bacon.
So much going on, in terms of taste, texture and color – this is a fully engaging salad.
Brussels sprouts get extra texture and flavor from a fabulous chorizo-spiked bread crumb topping.
I’m aware this recipe title might not make everyone leap towards the stove. You’ll have to trust, and give it a go.
I love this dish. A lot. I won’t pretend everyone else in my family does. A combination of roasted, raw slivered and pickled Brussels sprouts.
Sriracha sauce, olive oil, and a handful of fresh herbs make a great drizzle for roasted vegetables.
Even though most of us think of Brussels sprouts for the holidays, this would make a killer picnic dish.
Some recipes don’t really need an introduction.
I am now convinced we all need more Kung Pao in our lives. This is hardly a classic Thanksgiving-type Brussels sprouts recipe, but I love it so I have to include it here.
Super crispy on the outside, tender but not mushy on the inside, they are like roasted Brussels sprouts at their best.
This Korean-inspired Brussels sprouts recipe features gochujang and is nothing short of amazing.
A hands-off brussels sprouts side for the holidays, or any cold weather meal.
Don't you love a simple 20-minute side dish has so much personality? This is an amazing cold weather side vegetable for all kinds of mains.