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I’ve been on a brussels sprout kick lately and I really like these I found at Target.

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I just trim them and chop in half then ready for the recipe. This one we really liked with a hint of spice and the char flavor, I will make them over and over again!

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Sweet, Sticky, and Spicy Brussel Sprouts

(Adapted from Celeste Cooks)

 

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1 lb fresh Brussel sprouts, ends trimmed and  sliced in half

1 Tablespoon fresh ginger   

1 Tablespoon sesame oil

1 Tablespoon light cooking oil   

2-3 Tablespoons soy sauce

A few red pepper flakes

Black and white Sesame seeds

¼ cup chicken broth or white wine

1/4 cup honey

 

In a large sauté pan, over medium to medium high heat, add both sesame and light oils with the grated ginger and a pinch of red pepper flakes.  (Can also add black pepper here).

 

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Once oils are heated and ginger starts to bubble add brussel sprouts.

 

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Shake pan to distribute brussel sprouts and add soy sauce.

 

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Cook for about 10 minutes, once brussel sprouts begin to caramelize (turn a golden brown) you can deglaze the pan with your broth or white wine…just need a splash.

 

Cook another 2-3 minutes,

shaking pan a few times.

 

Add honey and a few sprinkle of sesame seeds, cook another 2-3 minutes or until brussel sprouts are tender and taste good.

 

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You can add more soy sauce, honey or red pepper flake prior to serving. 

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