Try this pizza loaded with crispy brussels sprouts, a cheesy mix of mozzarella and feta, and a final topping of sweet and savory beer caramelized onions with a drizzle of balsamic.
Not a fan of brussels sprouts? We’re here to change minds. Here are a few of our favorite recipes for dressing up this down-to-earth veggie in ways the everyone will love.
Make an elegant salad of shredded brussels sprouts topped with heavenly crispy goat cheese and tossed with a tangy and sweet honey-balsamic vinaigrette.
With some crispy leaves, these roasted brussels sprouts with pears, hazelnuts, and thyme are a simple stunner.
Naples is lucky to have an awarded chef at Osteria Tulia making inspired food in a comfortable, farmhouse atmosphere. Try his caramelized brussels sprouts recipe.
A decadent holiday salad of raw brussels sprouts gets a special touch of warm, crispy baked goat cheese with bright squash and pomegranate.
An easy flavorful side dish, this brussels sprout gratin is topped with smoked cheddar cheese and loaded with filling quinoa.
Crispy Brussels sprouts and leaks are served with wild rice, kale, feta and drizzled with a honey orange dressing for a perfect side dish.
A hot and pungent Brussels Sprout Salad with authentic Thai flavors and egg.
A simple, raw brussels sprout dish tossed in a vinaigrette and topped with earthy pistachios and sharp pecorino cheese.
Avoid mushy Brussels sprouts and try this crisp, caramelized, roasted vegetable side with plenty of lemon flavor.
Forget mushy brussels sprouts and add this cheesy, crispy, béchamel laden vegetable side dish to your holiday spread.
This is a simple and vegetarian side dish that is packed with flavor to offset the bitterness of the brussels sprouts.
These sprouts take on a deep nutty taste when roasted and the brown butter adds a salty touch, with even more flavor.
Grilled sprouts with spiced salami and pine nuts make for an earthy dish outside the kitchen. Drizzle with balsamic with mozzarella for a summer salad.
The combination of the sweet and spicy flavors will convert any Brussels Sprouts hater into a fan. Made with Indian spices and bound with chickpea flour.
The famous high altitude Dinner in the Sky pop up restaurant will be one of the main attractions at the four-week Brusselicious food festival this summer.
A tangy and crunchy take on the classic Caesar salad – packed with healthy cruciferous vegetables.
Hated by kids around the world, brussel sprouts actually do not deserve their bad reputation. SriVani Ganti with a delicious serving suggestion.
Priscilla Willis travels to Brussels and comes back with a personal top 5 list of things to eat in the “European Capital”.