The sweet-and-salty vinaigrette on these sprouts, bolstered by fresh herbs and chiles, packs this dish with a unique flavor. The key to the dish is to almost burn the brussels sprouts; the charred flavor is irresistible.
Fresh herbs, onion and bacon pair beautifully with Brussels sprouts. This vegetable loves the cool weather of fall and early winter. If you can find them still attached to the stalk, don’t be intimidated—buy them, as they’re likely more fresh.
Can a rich cream sauce be healthy? Yes, when it's made with a little full-flavored cheese like Asiago, low-fat milk and sherry. Look for dry-to-medium sherry sold with other fortified wines in your wine or liquor store.
These tangy horseradish-cream-topped Brussels sprouts are just the thing to serve with corned beef and potatoes, or alongside a holiday ham or turkey. Look for sprouts with tight, firm, small deep-green heads; if they're still on the stalk, so much the better.
Some people may think that brussels sprouts aren't a necessary part of a proper Thanksgiving meal, but we think that they can easily be turned into a necessary part with the right recipe. We know that they can be tricky, so we're here to give you as many options as you need to turn brussels sprouts into the perfect dish. Once we're through with you, even the kids will want to eat brussels sprouts. We promise.
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