Eat Your Greens
Named after the capital of Belgium, Brussels sprouts are packed with many nutrients.
Brussels sprouts contain a high amount of Vitamin C and are good source of potassium, folate, vitamin K, beta carotene, and fibre. Sadly, Brussels sprouts have gotten a bad reputation over the years and often make appearances on both kids and adults’ dreaded vegetable list. When overcooked, Brussels sprouts become mushy, slimy, and smelly. However, if you know how to cook Brussels sprouts properly, they can really be delicious.
These recipes are so good that they might convert many Brussels sprouts haters to Brussels sprouts lovers! Try them. We dare you. You may never look at Brussels sprouts the same way again.
Brussels sprouts as side dish:
Brussels sprouts as ingredient in a main dish:
So do you think you still hate Brussels sprouts? Share your favorite Brussels sprouts recipe with us today, we'd love to see how you eat your sprouts!