Original recipe yields 6 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I didn't have the pine nuts or feta cheese but followed the recipe otherwise. I cut the sprouts in half and they cooked just fine in the 25 minutes. They are wonderful, we all loved them this w...
My 6 and 4 year old nephews asked for three servings of this. Amazing! They did cook for an extra ten minutes or so. I was just hoping to introduce brussels sprouts to the family in a more delic...
Instead of boiling them to pre-cook a bit, try cutting into quarters and steaming briefly--keeps the taste and color better. We leave out the Blue cheeze cuz at my house we think it tastes like...
This is a fair recipe, but needs a lot of correcting: increase cooking time, decrease amount of butter used. Would not make again.
I'm not the biggest fan of brussels sprouts but like to eat my vegies. These were quite tasty and I will make them again for hubby and myself!
Brussel Sprouts were very tasty. However, they took way longer to cook than 25 minutes. I would suggest partially boiling them before baking. Very easy recipe.
Simple yet tasty way of preparing sprouts, which was my nightmare food from childhood. Don't like Feta so I grated Peccorino Romano cheese over top. I also toasted the pine nuts before adding.
I am always looking for good brussels sprouts recepies, and this one I will definately make again. Since I didn't have blue cheese, I used feta; and I served it over couscous with a bit of feta ...
I substituted margarine for butter, cut the Brussels sprouts into quarters and cooked them at 350F for 30 minutes. The baked Brussels were great. I will definitely make this again.