Grainy Mustard Brussels Sprouts


BREAKING NEWS: this is my 999th post.  Whaaaaaaaaaaa?

I know, you're thinking, what sort of crazy nonsense has she talked about for nine hundred and ninety-nine blog entries??  Cause that's what I'm thinking.  And the answer is, don't go backwards to find out. Oh those beginning posts, with my teeny, tiny blurry photos and my letters to burgers and peanut butter.  Anyways, I bet you're wondering what I have planned for my 1000th post, right?  Yeah.  I'm wondering that too...

IN OTHER BREAKING NEWS: did you know they're called BrusselS Sprouts, with an 's' at the end of brussel?  I did not know that!!  Information!!

I ripped the following recipe out of a magazine at my dentist's office (sorry Dr. B) and it was wonderful, especially if you're a fan of mustard.  If you buy those brussels sprouts that are already cleaned and halved for you (cause you're lazy like me) then this recipe will take you NO time to make:

Place 16 halved brussels sprouts in a saucepan with 2/3 cup water.  Bring to a boil.  Cover, reduce heat, and cook 5 minutes.  Stir in 1 tablespoon whole-grain mustard, 1 tablespoon butter and salt and pepper to taste.  Serve. 

See you at 1000.    


tara said...

Congratulations!!! Can't wait to see 1000.

Also, do you think this recipe would work if you broiled them or roasted them instead of boiling? I like the roasted texture and flavor better. But these look good this way, so I'll try it if you don't think it will work in the oven.

Linda said...

Yummy, whole grain mustard is my favorite... None of that yellow stuff for me...congrats on 999th post, maybe a special cake for 1000? Can't wait!

Siri said...

Yes, Tara, I think you could absolutely roast them instead!

Helen Zwak said...

Thanks Siri; I will never misspell Brussels Sprouts again . . . .this sounds wonderful!

Kristie Nguyen said...

Thank you for such a easy and delicious recipe. I made it last night and LOVED it. I was looking for a recipe to change up my usual brussel sprouts(roasted) and this was perfect. Happy 1000!


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