Brussels sprouts cry out for bacon, at least in my kitchen, says The Daily Meal's editorial director, Colman Andrews. But, he adds, fried prosciutto is even better, because it's leaner and fries up much faster.
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Dress up roasted Brussels sprouts with savory spices, sweet apple and golden-yellow quince, a pear-like seasonal fruit often turned into jams and fruit pastes.This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Brussels sprout salad
This recipe is full of healthy seasonal goodness and loaded with gorgeous color. It's similar to a chopped salad because the sprouts are in small pieces. Each bite is full of all the delicious ingredients.Recipe courtesy of Karen Kelly/Seasonal Cravings.
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Crispy Indian-spiced Brussels sprouts
Cook up crispy Indian-spiced Brussel sprouts in under an hour using this sure-to-impress recipe. This recipe by Mark Graham appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Crispy Brussels Sprouts With Sriracha Aioli recipe - The Daily Meal
Toasted cashews and fresh herbs add texture and flavor to these zippy Brussels sprouts. Want more zing or a tamer version? Adjust the spice level according to taste by increasing or decreasing the amount of Sriracha in the aioli.This recipe was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Soy-Glazed Brussels Sprouts With Bacon recipe - The Daily Meal
This unique recipe uses three different cooking methods—blanching, frying and sautéing. Blanching cooks the sprouts slightly, which reduces the time needed for frying so they’re less oily. Frying briefly blisters the leaves, creating a crispy texture and forces the leaves to open and separate. This allows the soy glaze to flow in between the leaves when they are finished by sautéing.This recipe is by Gilbert “Gil” Suarez, executive chef and partner of The Capital Grille. This recipe was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Crispy Brussels Sprouts With Roasted Apples recipe - The Daily Meal
Looking for an interesting and delicious side dish for your holiday dinner? You can stop the search now. These Brussels sprouts hit all the right flavor notes with caramelized apples, miso-tahini dressing, toasted cashews, shaved pecorino cheese and a sprinkling of togarashi.This recipe is from The Tuck Room in North Miami Beach, Florida and was originaly published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Roasted vegetables don't have to be seasoned solely with salt and pepper -- ginger is the key to a superb side.This recipe originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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A staple pantry item becomes the star of the show in this recipe when the Brussels sprouts are glazed with mustard. Bacon is an obvious addition, and balances the spice of the mustard with its salty flavors. 
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Brussel Sprouts with Crispy Lamb Belly
This is a sophisticated and delicious dish that will impress all of your guests. The best part is that you can cure the lamb belly days in advance. When you begin to brine your turkey a few days before the big event cure your lamb as well. Your guests will appreciate a well thought out lunch option.
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brussels sprouts
If you want to make a quick and delicious dinner this recipe is for you. Use Perdue’s fully cooked Short Cuts Original Roasted Carved Chicken Breast to shorten your time in the kitchen. Mix it in with honey roasted Brussel sprouts and bacon for a sweet and savory dish. 
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Scallops & Brussels Sprouts in Mustard IPA Cream Sauce
If you don't want to eat something incredibly delicious, then I suggest you stop right here. The seared scallops and roasted Brussels sprouts are pretty straightforward in this recipe. But, the mustard IPA cream sauce... that's where the real magic happens! It all results in a light, tangy, and uplifting dish that really ain't that bad for ya! See all Brussels sprout recipes. Click here to see 5 Sublime Scallop Recipes.
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