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9 Brussels Sprouts Recipes to Make Anyone a Believer
In a world filled with gross, putrid foods, it's always the poor Brussels sprout that gets picked on for being inedible. Heck, many of us have hated this little green vegetable since childhood. READ: 12 Avocado-Based Recipes (That Aren't Guacamole) But Brussels sprouts have gotten a bad rap for far too long, because they're not only edible, but delicious. All it takes is a great recipe and an open mind to discover the truth about these tiny cabbages, elevating them from a scary side dish to a new-found favorite food. Try one of the following recipes if your inner child isn't convinced. After all, it's high time you appreciated this misunderstood vegetable and went back to hating broccoli like a normal, rational adult.
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(Clockwise from left: Costa Kitchen, TasteFood, The Talking Kitchen)

Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Garlic Aioli

Anna of Costa Kitchen gets rave reviews for her Brussels sprouts recipe, and it's easy to see why. Who wouldn't love a perfectly crisped wedge dunked in garlicky aioli?
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Balsamic Brussels Sprouts Grilled Cheese

If you're still not sure how to embrace Brussels sprouts, melting them under mounds of cheese is a good place to start. Jessica from How Sweet It Is piles them atop whole grain bread with Havarti cheese and a balsamic reduction before grilling it up in a skillet. See her recipe here.
(How Sweet It Is)

Brussels Sprout Pakora/Bhaji with Coriander Raita

Deep-frying is also a good way to ease into sprouts, especially with this veggie pakora recipe from Caroline at The Patterned Plate. Topped with raita made from yogurt, chili pepper and corriander, it's definitely a fun way to get your greens.
(The Patterned Plate)

Brussels Sprouts Gratin

Pass on the potatoes and instead try a hefty pan of Brussels sprouts au gratin with this cheesy recipe from Lynda at TasteFood. Odds are good that it's going to please everybody around the dinner table.
(TasteFood)

Brussels Sprouts, Bacon and Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta

When you mix Brussels sprouts with pasta, bacon and sun-dried tomatoes, you can't go wrong. This filling recipe from Gina at Running to the Kitchen is proof.
(Running to the Kitchen)

Bacon-Blanketed Brussels Sprouts

Or you could forget about the pasta and the sun-dried tomatoes and make these bacon-blanketed Brussels sprouts instead. This recipe comes from Lauren at The Talking Kitchen, who recommends an accompanying ramekin of mustard BBQ dipping sauce.
(The Talking Kitchen)

The Sprout Pie

You can top a pizza with just about anything, and Brussels sprouts are no exception. Bake some into your next homemade pie like Nick at Macheesmo, who also added bacon, bleu cheese and fresh basil. See his recipe here.
(Macheesmo)

Brussels Sprout and Chicken Sausage Soup

Claire at The Realistic Nutritionist thinks Brussels sprouts are the cutest vegetable ever, which is partly why she loves this recipe for Brussels sprout and chicken sausage soup (the other reasons being its heavenly taste and easy preparation).
(The Realistic Nutritionist)

Shredded Brussel Sprouts Salad With Walnuts

Keep things simple with this salad recipe from Brian at A Thought For Food. With so much flavor, you'd never guess it's made with only a handful of ingredients — and that includes the components of Brian's lemony mustard dressing. READ: 9 Brussel Sprouts Recipes To Make Anyone A Believer
(A Thought for Food)

9 Brussels Sprouts Recipes to Make Anyone a Believer

In a world filled with gross, putrid foods, it's always the poor Brussels sprout that gets picked on for being inedible. Heck, many of us have hated this little green vegetable since childhood. READ: 12 Avocado-Based Recipes (That Aren't Guacamole) But Brussels sprouts have gotten a bad rap for far too long, because they're not only edible, but delicious. All it takes is a great recipe and an open mind to discover the truth about these tiny cabbages, elevating them from a scary side dish to a new-found favorite food. Try one of the following recipes if your inner child isn't convinced. After all, it's high time you appreciated this misunderstood vegetable and went back to hating broccoli like a normal, rational adult.

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