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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-18-2017, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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Is there any more reviled vegetable than the brussel sprout? It seems like practically everyone hates them. Except me. It's one of my favorite vegies. Can't get enough of them.
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I like them too, always have, "little cabbages" I used to call them as a kid.
now I roast a lot of vegies in the cast iron skillet, brussels sprouts too.

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Brussels sprouts are one of my favorites, along with cauliflower, broccoli, and spinach.
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I like them also, except when I left some fresh ones in the freezer too long. They were good when I was given them, but really tough after a long stint in the freezer.
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I like them too.

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Fresh ones are available most of the year now around here, so I like those for roasting. They are also available frozen, which makes a nice convenience food for steaming.
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I like them also with a cheese sauce poured over them. And all the stuff that spruce mentioned. Niska makes a really good stew with them, beef, onions, potatos and carrots. With some kind of a broth she leaned how to make as a kid.
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Prepare your sprouts and half lengthwise, and use in your stir fry when you can't get bok choy, etc. Frozen sprouts work well, too.
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My favorite is to cut in half, toss in olive oil, sprinkle with garlic salt, place on baking sheet and roast in oven @400 for about 25-30 minutes or until lightly browned and getting crispy, pretty much the same for cauliflower.

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