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Thyme-Braised Brussels Sprouts

September/October 2010

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Brussels sprouts braised in broth and thyme is a surprisingly simple preparation that yields rich and savory results.



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"This was absolutely delicious. I toasted sunflower seeds and tossed them on top and served this as a main course with a side of corn. The only things I did differently were substituting the vegetable broth for the chicken broth to...
Thyme-Braised Brussels Sprouts

6 Reviews for Thyme-Braised Brussels Sprouts

02/27/2014
Anonymous
Toddler Approved!

My two year old daughter just ate an entire of plate of these! After one bite, she declared it "Delicious!" I used half a red onion instead of shallot.

Quick, healthy, tasy
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05/02/2013
Anonymous

Very, very good. The whole family loved them. I used half a sweet white onion instead of shallots and used more fresh thyme. Tasted great w/ chicken.

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04/17/2013
Quick, easy, & delicious!

Quick, easy, & delicious! I used yellow onion instead of shallots and added minced garlic. Turned out great!

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12/02/2012
Anonymous
Just wonderful

This was as good as roasted sprouts in 1/3 the time. Just plain good. Not sure how big the shallots were that the original writer used... But I made half the recipe, used one shallot and when observing the portions decided to use only half my shallot. Chopped shallot was under 1/2 a cup.

Just great. Excellent method for brussel sprouts
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11/15/2010
Anonymous

This was absolutely delicious.

I toasted sunflower seeds and tossed them on top and served this as a main course with a side of corn.

The only things I did differently were substituting the vegetable broth for the chicken broth to make it vegetarian-friendly & using only 1 shallot (I only had 1 on hand). There's almost none left! Thank you so much for this marvelous recipe!

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