I infuse my own olive oils at home, so i like to cut my brussels in half length-wise, drizzle some of my lemon-rosemary olive oil over them with some salt and pepper and roast them off in the oven. The olive oil adds a fresh, summery note while assisting in the crisping process.
It is! And so simple to do. I usually get a few fresh lemons and a few sprigs of rosemary, and simmer them in a good quality olive oil for about 20-25 minutes. Then I strain it out through a cheese cloth and into one of my bottles.
I like them fried in oil and then smothered in honey and mustard sauce.
Hi Om. I don't really enjoy brussel sprouts cooked. Or rather, I prefer to add them to my fresh veggie juices. They are quite delicious mixed with other fresh vegetables and fruits. It is a wonderfully quick and easy way to gain access to all of the nutrients in them.
I really like Br. Sprouts steamed, then add a little butter and gourmet seasoned salt. I'm the only one in the house who likes them so I get them all to myself.
There are some good suggestions from the answers you have already receive. My favorite way is simple, I like to steam them with a little seasoning and olive oil also.
I'm sorry, but to be perfectly honest, there is no good way to cook brussel sprouts. There is nothing you can do to brussel sprouts to make them tasty. I am a picky eater. I hold no ill feelings to those who like burssel sprouts. Just do not serve them to me.
If I was going to cook them, I would probably bury them in the ground and wait for the next volcanic eruption.
larry,.. i always love your not so subtle honesty! ha!
Awwwww don't be so mean to brussel sprouts. hehehe
I guess it's a love-it-or-hate-it kind of veggie. I actually know a few people who hate brussel sprouts like you do, but I personally think they're yummy!
i like them saute`d with bacon and onion w/ a splash of lemon at the end
i like them steamed and covered in a butter garlic sauce
i like them steamed and added to home made pasta and alfredo sauce
i especialy like them pickled with pearl onions and red pepper flake in the brine.
i do NOT under any circumstances like them or any other vegatable to be covered in proscessed cheese product,.... as if covering turds in cheese would make them good,... if you dont like something,.. dont cover it in cheese and pretend you do! ha!
i must say that "blaeberry" has something truly wonderfull there with the honey and mustard going on,.... i gota try that now!
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