Servings: six to eight.
The mustard-Worcestershire seasoning is a tangy counterpoint to the sprouts, which—despite people’s remembrances from childhood—are essentially sweet and nutty.
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You can fry the crumb topping up to 2 hours before serving.
Need to use 1.5x the sprouts. They shrink as they roast. There is enough of the topping to accommodate.Very tasty!
Very good. Easy to make and not too time consuming. Flavoring was very good. Will make again.
I love Brussels Sprouts, but this was something of a disappointment. Looking back, I think I erred in not serving the Brussels Sprouts immediately, but rather leaving them in a warm oven while I served the first two courses. I should have used fresh bread crumbs rather than the Panko crumbs that I used. It just seemed very dry to me.
This was delicious! I didn't use the breadcrumb/butter/nuts, to keep it dairy/gluten free, but didn't miss it.
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