Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

Who here likes their veggies?

Or do you simply eat them to get your dose of greens like you’re supposed to?

I personally love most veggies, but Brussels Sprouts had never been in my top 10 picks.

With grocery stores having shortages and limited supply on a lot of the vegetables I typically would buy, I ended up substituting Brussels Sprouts so we had at least some greens to go with our meals.

Turns out I like them a lot better when they are home-cooked!

This simple recipe only requires 5 ingredients – including the Brussels Sprouts!

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Start by adding butter to a pan on medium heat.

Once it is melted, add the Brussels Sprouts and sauté until they are fork tender.

If they are fresh, this doesn’t take very long; if they are frozen, plan for it to take a few minutes more.

Salt and pepper to taste.

Drizzle with balsamic vinegar, leaving on heat for 1-2 minutes.

You can serve the sprouts whole or cut them in half.

Serve and enjoy!

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They pair well with Premium Roast Beef and Loaded Hasselback Potatoes.

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Recipe

3 cups Brussels Sprouts

2 tablespoons butter

Salt & pepper to taste

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

Sauté Brussels Sprouts with butter on medium heat.

Add salt & pepper to taste.

When they are fork-tender, add balsamic vinegar and leave on heat for another 1-2 minutes.

Fast, easy, and tasty – enjoy!

(Serves 2)

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Author: Ellie

Born and raised in Alaska, I have lived in the land of the living sky since 2009. My husband and I live in a historic house over a century old on an acreage in the country.

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