"The Brussels sprouts are cooked in chicken broth and therefore do not have the bitter aftertaste they have when cooked in water. My children love this recipe." — Marilyn
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1 (14.5 ounce) can
prepared Dijon-style mustard
Wow! Yummy!! I actually didn't make this recipe on the stovetop. I roasted the brussels sprouts in the oven. They were carmelized and oh so good! Just put the brussels sprouts in a baking dish, almost cover them with broth (I used about 1/4 less than the recipe called for), bake for 20 minutes on 400. Remove them from the oven, take out the brussels sprouts and prepare the mustard sauce in the baking dish (since there is less broth, the sauce gets really creamy-yum!!), return the brussels sprouts to the dish and bake for about 10 minutes until the sauce reaches the right consistency. These were the best brussels sprouts I have ever had!!
I tried serving this dish for Thanksgiving. The combo of lemon juice and mustard just did not
My husband and I really enjoyed this recipe. Even my toddler ate them! The only change I made was to add less corn startch (based on reviews I'd read). Sauce was creamy and very flavorful. It was a great way to dress up often boring brussels. Will make again!
Yum! This is the best sauce ever and tastes great on the Brussels sprouts. I also use it on artichokes and asparagus. I put in 2 tablespoons of lemon juice instead of 2 teaspoons to suit my taste.
This was so tasty! I used horseradish mustard and doubled the amount. Didn't have corn starch, so I substituted 4tbsp flour. Also added some chopped up corned beef I had sitting in the fridge and topped it with seasoned bread crumbs. I served the dish with buckwheat and sauerkraut - absolutely delicious!
Neither my husband or I are brussel sprout fans but boiling in the broth really did take the bitterness out of the sprouts - the sauce was tasty as well. Good with Corned beef & mashed potatoes.
Whoops! Clicked too soon! Want to tell you that this is a totally wonderful recipe for brussels sprouts. I've always loved them, but did, in fact, always find them a bit bitter. I'm truly amazed at how sweet and tender they are prepared this way. And the sauce only enhances them; although I had to add more broth to thin out the sauce---but no biggy. Great, great recipe. I'll be having sprouts more often now! Thanks for a great recipe.
Delicious but sauce was too thick...needed to add more broth, less cornstarch. Once sauce thinned out, recipe was fabulous.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Brussels Sprouts in Mustard Sauce
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 41
** Calories from Fat: 3
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