Shredding Brussels sprouts is a great way to get their robust flavor in a quick-cooking side dish. You can often find packages of shredded sprouts at the supermarket; if not, the slicing disc on your food processor can make quick work of the task.
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I shredded the brussel sprouts by hand and they really didn't shred, they were more slices and which some slices were a bit chewy even though I steamed them at the end. I added in some red peppers too.
The honey lemon doesn't make the dish sweet but I felt it added a good flavor.
My 23 yr old didn't like it. I think next time I will add onions. I could not taste the rosemary at all so maybe there needs to be more of that.
I really liked this! Lots of things you could add or omit to it depending on taste. I didn't use the honey because I don't have a sweet tooth but it is a great side dish or main course for a vegan!
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