how to serve COOKED brussel sprouts?
- GloLv 56 days ago
I bake them with butter and garlic.
- pattyLv 51 week ago
cook them for not too long in the microwave, but not so much they get soggy
- CliveLv 71 week ago
What about how to serve them?
- Nikki PLv 71 week ago
I happen to love them roasted until they get a bit of char on them.
Sprinkle with a bit of red pepper flakes and a sprinkling of cheese, a nice blend is good, if you happen to like Blue (Bleu) cheese that works well.
If you like sweeter sides a drizzle of honey or maple syrup will work.
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- Bubba GubbinsLv 71 week ago
In a serving dish.
- JohnLv 71 week ago
They go very well with chestnuts, BTW. Roasted and sliced chestnuts, obviously. Last sprouts we had I roasted with some potatoes. Usually I just saute halves of them in butter. You can roast them thoroughly for some reason. It's only when steamed or boiled that they get that bad cabbagey flavor when overcooked.
- TavyLv 71 week ago
On the plate with other veg. How else?
- Anonymous1 week ago
Just personal opinion, but think those things are only fit to be fed to swine - and shouldn't be cooked.
ADDED: Anyone here around when George H W Bush was president and said that he always hated broccoli and now that he's president he doesn't have to eat it any more.
I'm a geezer and I hate Brussel sprouts !!!!! Give me squash, turnips, eggplant, corn . . . . .
ADDED: From the 6 (so far) Thumbsdowns, it seems that no one is entitled to a personal opinion here - even when it is expressed as one - even something as inconsequential as disliked foods. No wonder YAnswers is dying - and deserves to.
- 1 week ago
Butter fried brussel sprouts. Melt the butter and add sprouts. Sauté for 5 minutes over medium-high heat until the broccoli browns nicely and softens. Season with salt and pepper, garlic optional.
- 1 week ago
They go great with some pepper or chili powder. If you want to serve it with a meal then the best bet is chicken and some other vegetable.