Don’t want to eat your Brussels sprouts? Here are 24 recipes that will make them irresistibly good.
Known for their ability to enhance DNA repair in cells and help block the continued growth of cancer cells, Brussels sprouts are one powerful member of the cabbage family. Best cooked by steaming, roasting, or boiling, and combined with a variety of spices and dressings, these vegetables make a fabulous base for casseroles and salads or work as a hearty side dish.
First on the list is our Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Apples. When combined with Fuji apples, these roasted Brussels sprouts offer a bitter and sweet-tart contrast. You can leave the red skin on the apples for a pretty contrast, or peel the apple, if you prefer.