Brussels Sprouts, 5 Ways

Seasonal, delicious and oh so good for you. My holiday table wouldn’t be complete without this cruciferous super food.

Barefoot Contessa's Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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Tara Donne, Food Network

Seasonal, delicious and oh so good for you. My holiday table wouldn’t be complete without this cruciferous super food.

Roasted
The simplest side dish imaginable – roasted and done!
Sautéed

Shred and sauté with crunchy walnuts and a hint of smoky bacon.

Grilled

Yes, grilled – add some spice and make winter kebobs.

“Hashed”
Turn holiday leftovers into this sweet and savory dish
Raw

No cooking required – used this kicked up coleslaw on turkey sandwiches.

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