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These are really good tasting brussel sprouts! Indeed even people who don't like brussel sprouts may like them. On the other hand they are very rich... If you are looking for a vegetable dish that is healthy and a light accompaniment for a heavier main dish - this isn't it.
I don't care for Brussel Sprouts anyway but thought I'd try this...need to eat more veggies. I think it is a good recipe but I overcooked the sprouts(?). They were mushy...be careful not to overcook them. Plus I used dill seed instead of dill weed and it overpowered the dish. Otherwise this is a good recipe and may help convert non-Brussel Sprouters.
I made these to go along side our Turkey dinner for something a little different than boiled or roasted brussels. They tasted pretty good. I will be making them again when I want a change from my roasted ones. Thanks
This was sooo good I shopped for more brussels sprouts just so I could make it again! The only change I've made is to use 1/3 the amount of bacon so that the dish would be a bit more "low-fat." Was still Very flavorable.