Just before Thanksgiving, Anna and I shared some of our family holiday traditions. These Brussels sprouts are part of our Thanksgiving AND Christmas meal traditions. The process of removing the cores and
If you’d prefer not to core and leaf the Brussels sprouts, you can simply feed them through your food processor using the shredder attachment. It’s not the exact same dish, but still works well and tastes great! Either way you decide to prepare them, cook them until they are bright green and some of them just being to brown.Print
Sauteed Brussels Sprouts
Even Brussels sprout naysayers will like these tender, sauteed Brussels.
2 bags (or 1 branch) of Brussels sprouts
3 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
Cut the end off the Brussels sprouts. Then, using a sharp paring knife, carefully carve out the core. Once you’ve cored all the Brussels sprouts you can begin separating the leaves into a large bowl. (You can do this a day or two ahead and cover the bowl and leave it in the refrigerator until ready to saute them).
Add 3 tablespoons of olive oil to a large saute pan and heat over medium-high heat. Add the Brussels sprout leaves and salt and pepper to taste. Saute for about 10 minutes. Taste and adjust seasoning if needed. Serve hot or at room temperature.