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  1. Leah

    This recipe looks amazing with a combination of all the right ingredients.

    My question is this: will this hold well in the refrigerator for a week (for a 1-week meal prep)? Will the brussels sprouts get stinky like broccoli does after a day or two? I have no doubt these sprouts are quite fragrant to begin with.

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  2. nancy

    My, oh my! I just made these brussel sprouts and let me tell you that they are just about the most delicious thing I have ever had. I just had to comment on this dish. I put a bit of red pepper flakes into the sauce for a bit of heat. Thank you – and my husband thanks you, too.

    xxxxxyyyyy

  3. Nancy

    Hi I never cared for brussel sprouts before adding hoisin sauce to them. I simply steam them, including frozen ones until tender, drain. Place them in a skillet with Hoisin sauce, and heat to glaze. My children love them too–previously would not touch brussel sprouts because of the smell and funny after taste. Hoisin sauce solved their concerns.
    You can also roast the brussel sprouts rather than steaming
    Its a fast side dish that tastes like a complicated preparation.. It also works well as an appetizer served with toothpicks.

  4. T. Hannibal Gay

    Brussels sprouts are a member of the mustard family and medical science has found that if women eat two servings from the mustard family everyday, you can cut your risk of breast and cervical cancer by a whopping 37% percent. It also protects men from some cancers to a lesser percentage. I have been looking for good recipes to give my young daughters who are now grown and out in the wide world. Thank you for another nice recipe Elise and I urge all of you to eat mustard greens- broccoli, B. sprouts, cauliflower, bok choi, and Napa cabbage.

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  5. godwinkr

    I love all forms of brussel sprouts, usually roasted or high-heat saute in a similar manner as above (but with bacon…). Roasted is my go-to method though, finished simply with some coarse sea salt and fresh pepper. The hoisin sauce sounds like a winner! Recently made David Lebovitz’s amazing (!) Char Sui BBQ short ribs, these two recipes together and I wouldn’t be able to stop eating the whole pan!

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