The Brussel sprouts recipe, aka Rosenkohl, that I grew up with was always a treat. Mutti kept them for special dinners and that's how I used them as well. That is, until I learned how to cook Brussel sprouts this way.
It's an easy way. It's a quick way. Especially when I buy them frozen. That way I can quickly start to cook Brussels sprouts ... these little cabbages that have a bold taste and can be served in such a variety of ways.
Now before I go any further, I need to clarify this. Sometimes I see this written as Brussels Sprouts and sometimes as Brussel Sprouts.
I know it best without the "s", but most put it on. Either way, they are delicious when prepared properly. Really!
Even though we love them, there are people who absolutely hate them. May I suggest this recipe for Roasted Brussel Sprouts ... they are absolutely wunderbar! I think you'll love them this way.
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