Easy Oven Braised Brussels Sprouts

Nov 9, 2010 by

Chances are you grew up hating Brussels Sprouts. Hell, chances are you pretended to eat them while sliding them under your napkin to your Uncle George on Thanksgiving. Not that I did that, Mom. Nope, not me. Ahem.

However, now I love Brussels Sprouts. They’re filling, incredibly nutritious, and when cooked right can be actually very delicious. I like to use my homemade beef stock that I keep in the fridge for this recipe but you can use any stock – vegetable or chicken.

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  1. I always thought I hated brussel sprouts when actually I’d never even tried them. And you’re right, they are good!

    I’ll have to try your recipe this week.

  2. Jan

    I love, love, love brussels sprouts. Love ’em.

    Have I mentioned I love brussels sprouts?

    Oh, I am SO going to try this once I can swallow without shrieking again. SOOOOOOON.

  3. Brussels sprouts are the bomb.

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  5. Drew

    This recipe is the bomb! The brussel sprouts taste like roasted potatoes. I soak cubed, cooked chicken in beef broth and add it the for the last half hour of cooking. Soooo good!


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