10 best :: Brussels Sprout Recipes

It’s amazing how we can go through life with serious misconceptions about certain foods. It was only recently that I discovered this little underdog vegetable actually tastes good! And no, it’s not a “brussel” sprout. It’s a Brussels sprout, named after the Belgian city it most likely originated in. Goes to show you that you’re never too old to try something new, and ever since a friend convinced me to split a side of roasted sprouts with her I’ve been busy looking for the best Brussels sprout recipes on the internet. Here are our ten favorite — look them over and don’t forget what Mom told you: try one, you just might like it.

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  • Roasted Brussels Sprouts | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Wheatberry Salad | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Shredded Brussels sprout with chorizo and paprika | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Creamy Brussels sprout soup with crispy chorizo | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Ginger tamarind Brussels sprout | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Roasted Brussels sprout with garlic aioli | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Roasted Brussels sprout and toasted rye bread | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Roasted Brussels sprouts and coconut & mint chutni | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Brussels sprout and apple salad | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles
  • Mushroom and Brussels sprout hash | Ten Best Brussels Sprout Recipes | Camille Styles

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15 Responses to “10 best :: Brussels Sprout Recipes”

  1. Isabel

    hmmm, nice ideas, but no new recipes with Brussels I ever tried beat the version my mom made (and the speed it’s made with): steam them with salted water until ‘al dente’ (not mushy!), then drain, stir in: a knob of butter (as generous as you like), possibly a bit more salt to taste, cayenne (careful with that) and nutmeg (generously – depending on how much you like nutmeg) Of course that version is for Nutmeg-Lovers only. Coriander works nicely too. But then coriander suggests adding a little cream, sugar and lemon juice – a version that I also like – lemon juice nicely balances the sometimes strong taste of cabbage varieties…

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  2. Corinna

    Wow, these recipes were all new to me, and I can’t wait to try some of them, especially the soup and the roasted brussels with garlic aioli.

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  3. Lori

    I love your blog – but I find your ‘side scrolling’ pictures sooooo hard to navigate – and often skip u as a result! Can you at least make you mobile version ‘flat’ not side scrolling for the pictures and further content? I bet you readership & buy in would jump! Thanks so much – a lover not a hater!

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    • Camille Styles

      Thanks Lori – really appreciate it, and I agree that our slideshows aren’t ideal for mobile. Since there’s not a good plugin solution out there, we’re working on building the perfect functionality. Takes a bit of time, bit it’s coming! Thanks again for your thoughtful feedback and hang in there with us a bit longer!! xo

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  4. diane smith

    Thx. for info…nice to know the origin of the brussels!

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  5. Kate

    Brussels sprouts are perhaps my favorite vegetable! Like you, I never grew up eating them, but discovered them about ten years ago and fell in love immediately.

    As the abundance of roasting recipes shows, you really can’t go wrong roasting them. I just throw some salt, pepper and olive oil on them (halved) and stick them on a baking sheet in the oven for a while. Mmm!

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  6. Krissy C

    the roasted Brussels sprouts with garlic aoili looks delicious! I just made a brussels sprouts with maple syrup recipe that was really great…a sweet take on sauteed brussels sprouts :)

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  7. Karina

    I love this article. Both me and my boyfriend are huge brussels lovers. I’m definitely going to try the featured recipes. Also, they roasted brussels seem like a good thing to put in your lunch box. How convenient!

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  8. angelamroberts

    I thought I had some good brussels recipes until I saw these. I never thought of brussels srpouts soup and I love the idea of pairing with chorizo.

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  9. Julie

    Some of my favorites were once when I didn’t really have a kitchen, just a microwave. I put the raw fresh brussel sprouts in a bowl, squeezed the juice of one orange on them, and then sprinkled a little stevia on them before cooking in microwave for about 8 minutes. They were so good, I ate the entire bowl!

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