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Try this Brussel Sprouts with Balsamic Vinegar recipe, or contribute your own.
Trim off the stems and remove any limp leaves from the Brussel Sprouts. Blanch the sprouts in boiling water to cover for 5 minutes. Drain and rinse under cold water to stop the cooking. Heat a large frying pan and add the olive oil, garlic and onion. Saute a few minutes until the onion just becomes tender. Add the blanched drained Brussel Sprouts. Saute a few minutes until the Brussel Sprouts are cooked to your liking. Add the vinegar and toss so that all the sprouts are coated with the vinegar. Add the butter and salt and pepper to taste and toss together again.
no01idea 2y agoIt was good...a decent twist on my usual roasted with Parmesan and bacon...but probably won't be a new go to...
shellyclaeys 2y agoVery tasty. I give it give stars because, not only was it a simple recipe, but my brussel sprout hating husband actually tried and liked it. He gave this a try because "it smelled so good" while cooking!
ericeckl 2y agoI didn't have any brussel sprouts handy, so I used asparagus instead. Otherwise I followed the directions and it turned out yummy. Tastes like something you would get in a fancy restaurant. Next time I'll try it with actual brussel sprouts and I might dial back on the butter just a bit. This one is a keeper.
Holly88 2y agoI thought this was pretty good but it was not enough to convince my family to like brussel sprouts.
Avbh3011 3y ago
unclekimmie 4y agoWow! What a twist to brussel sprouts! Whole family ate these up! Yummy!!!
brettnleosmom 6y agoJust okay...
RKG1 9y agoThese tasted great, much better than plain boiled brussel sprouts. Depending on the size you might want to blanch them a little longer. Some of mine were a little on the hard side. I'll be making them again.
Lyscott 9y ago