Glazed, braised, roasted, or even caramelized, Brussels sprouts take on a whole new light with these delicious side dish recipes to complement your Thanksgiving menu. Add nuts for crunch, mix them with other veggies, or show Brussels sprouts off by themselves for a delightful Thanksgiving side dish.See Popular Brussels Sprouts Recipes
A couple slices of bacon offer enough drippings to flavor a family-sized batch of brussels sprouts in this skillet-made side dish.
A little turkey bacon adds rich flavor to the Brussels sprouts in this easy side dish recipe.
Brussels sprouts pair well with the sweet flavor of oranges for delectable side dish recipe.
A shredded Brussels Sprout Salad is the perfect accompaniment to this spicy-yet-sweet baked salmon. Serve with a side of ride or pasta.
Brussels sprouts are roasted and caramelized with butter, thyme, rosemary, fennel seeds, and sherry.
Brussels sprouts transform into crispy, poppable treats after 10 minutes in a piping-hot oven.
This Christmas side dish recipe is a crowd-pleaser, proving that everything is better with crisp peppered bacon and thick whipping cream.
This tasty side dish of multigrain pasta and Brussels sprouts is a scrumptious partner for roasted turkey, baked ham, or roast beef.
Roast Brussels sprouts to highlight their natural sweetness, then mix with dried cherries and crunchy pistachios for a picky eater-pleasing side dish.
These petite vegetables soak up the salty brine, boosting their flavor. Then they're skillet-roasted and tossed with seasoned mushrooms to make a tasty side dish for meat or chicken.
This hearty side dish is perfect for fall dinners or holiday meals.
For a fresh and flavorful fall dinner, serve chicken thighs with maple syrup-drizzled Brussels sprouts and fresh apples.
Sweet, sour, bitter and salty; this colorful salad packs in nearly all of the tastes you can experience.
A drizzle of balsamic vinegar brings out the natural sweetness of roasted Brussels sprouts.