Holiday Brussels Sprouts

Sauteed Brussels Sprouts with Maple Hazelnuts and Pomegranate Seeds

Brussels sprouts are a popular side dish during the Fall holidays but not everyone enjoys the strong flavor. The simple solution is to avoid overcooking them- it contributes to the infamous odor and taste. Add some fresh flavors and bright colors, like my Sauteed Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Maple Hazelnuts and Pomegranate Seeds, and you have a perfect holiday dish.

A second technique to lighten up the flavor of  Brussels Sprouts is to slice them thinly (the same prep I do for other strong flavored vegetables like chard and kale in this Simple Sauteed Greens). The thin strips sautee quickly in a pan and is easy enough for weeknight dinners. For holiday meals add layers of flavor and color with toasted nuts and fruit.

This post is linked to A Moderate Life | Hearth and Soul Hop and The Nourishing Gourmet | Side Dish Carnival.

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  1. says

    What a delicious and different dish this is – I am sure it is a hit at the holiday table. Thanks for sharing this with us at the hearth and soul hop.

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