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Instructions Over medium-high heat, heat oil in a sauté pan until oil is hot, but not smoking Add garlic and quartered Brussel Sprouts, and leave alone (don’t stir) for 1-2 minutes until a golden crust starts to Add in honey and balsamic vinegar, and give Brussel sproouts. Instructions Trim bottoms off brussels sprouts & cut in half. Heat olive oil over medium high heat in large skillet Add sliced brussels sprouts to heated pan and generously season with salt & pepper.

Cook 8-10 minutes until starting to brown. Add butter and then garlic once butter has melted. Cook. Pan Seared Balsamic Brussels Sprouts Pan Seared Balsamic Brussels Sprouts.

Ingredients. Directions. Heat a pan (preferably cast iron) on medium high heat. Add the almonds and toast them, shaking the pan Nutrition Information. Kristen Stevens is a self-taught chef, recipe developer, food.

Instructions Heat a pan (preferably cast iron) on medium high heat. Add the almonds and toast them, shaking the pan occasionally, Add the grape seed oil to the same pan. Place the Brussels sprouts, facedown, in the pan. Work in batches if you need to Add the balsamic vinegar to the same pan.

Steps to Make It. Gather the ingredients. Trim the stems off the Brussels sprouts and then halve them lengthwise.

Keep any outer leaves that fall off. Over medium-high heat, heat the oil in a wide skillet or sauté pan and place the Brussels sprout halves. In a large frying pan (I like to use my cast-iron skillet), heat the olive oil over medium-high heat almost to the smoking point.

Saute the Brussels Sprouts until they just start to brown. Add the balsamic vinegar, turn the heat to low, and. Add Brussels sprouts and garlic. Cook until Brussels are golden and crisp on the edges, about 5 minutes.

Add water, cover saucepan with lid, and bring to a simmer. Cook until Brussels are soft, 7-8 minutes. Caramelized Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts is a simple side dish loaded with flavor. Brussels sprouts caramelize in bacon fat and tossed with crispy bacon, sautéed onions, garlic and tangy balsamic glaze. Yields 6 in 30 minutes.

Prep Time 15 minutes. Add Brussels sprouts and cook until slightly tender, about 2 minutes. Drain and immediately immerse in ice water for several minutes to stop the cooking.

Add Brussels sprouts to the skillet and cook without stirring until the undersides of the sprouts turn golden brown, 5 to 7 minutes. Stir to turn sprouts over, and cook other sides until golden brown, another 5 to 7 minutes.

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Cover skillet with a lid and cook, stirring occasionally, until sprouts are just tender, 10 to 12 minutes.

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Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 5 minutes, or until sprouts are tender-crisp.

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We started the cooking in a covered skillet to quickly steam the sprouts, then removed the lid to let the broth reduce to a flavorful glaze during the final few minutes of cooking.

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Add the Brussels sprouts to the skillet, increase the heat to high, and cook, stirring often, until the sprouts are well browned in places, about 5 minutes.

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Once melted, add the vinegar and Brussels to the pan, and sauté for 3 minutes or until lightly browned.

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While Brussels sprouts roast, cook 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, 2 minced garlic cloves, and ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes in 8-inch skillet over medium heat until fragrant, 1 to 2 minutes; remove from heat.

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Reduce the heat to low, add the balsamic vinegar, and then stir and cook for 3 minutes.

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  • Can’t wait to make these!! p.s. instead of reducing that balsamic vin. you can buy a balsamic glaze, it’s syrupy like the reduced vin. it’s yummy!!

  • Jack I tried the brussel sprout last night and it was delicious, however I believe I used the wrong balsamic vinegarette. Is there a certain type of Balsamic Vinegar?

  • if there is 1 vegetable that I realy detest it’s Brussels Sprouts.
    It realy isn’t my thing.
    And you either love it or hate it.
    Then again never had it with bacon.
    But knowing me I would just eat the bacon and not the sprouts haha.

  • I am REBORN! I HATED these dastardly lil’ monsters UNTIL someone forced me to eat this same dish at Capital Grille in Las Vegas. Once I saw every table ordering them for appetizers, I hung my head readying myself for that reluctant bite..err..nibble. People, I swiped the Panko Crusted Lobster Mac &Cheese aside and EMBARRASSED myself! Slobber was flying! The moaning was out of control! My husband was already figuring how he could possibly get the filet on the bone I had ordered for my meal into the hotel room’s mini-bar fridge without setting off the sensors. NOT happening! The steak was devoured by him later after a successful evening at the Blackjack tables. Or, was it from his little jaunt to the local dispensary? I digress. Anyhow, long story short ������, I’m a true believer of these incredible nutty delicious super food nuggets! Try it!!! Trust me and you too will become a slobbering moaning maniac for them!

  • Instead of reducing the vinegar and putting it on the brussel sprouts at the end, could you just put the vinegar out of the bottle right onto the brussel sprouts before you put it into the oven and let it bake off in the oven and carmelize there?

  • Such a great video. You were too cute with the whole clean pot at the end. Recipe looks really simple can’t wait to try it! I’ve never used balsamic so I can’t wait to try this. Thanks!!

  • I made this and it was good! My sprouts were a little more cooked than I liked at 25 minutes. Also I reduced my vinegar too long and it was like glue so I just added a little water.

  • I think I must try this.  Looks fantastic.  Love the option of roasting Brussels Sprouts instead of the our mothers’ old method of simply boiling them. Wonderful.  Thanks.

  • First of all, Brian, you are FINE. �� Secondly, I love crispy brussel sprouts but always thought it was oven baked so mine always teetered on the edge of burnt. Gonna try this recipe tomorrow! ����������EDIT: I made it and they came out perfectly!!! This is the texture I’ve been looking for. I fried in vegetable oil and I tossed with garlic and a little lime juice. ��

  • I gotta be honest, mah bruvva: I hope no restaurant makes their Brussels sprouts that way. Way too much oil, and def the wrong kind, as someone else pointed out. Those are some of the reasons that I eat 95% of my meals at home: so that I know what goes into each dish. However, I like your safety tips, IF someone uses your drowning-in-oil recipe. And as you can see, the mere mention of “blackberry-habanero” sauce drew beaucoup interest, which is a winner unto itself. Personally, I usually use a 50-50 mix of coconut and olive oil to cook with, as a saute [not as a bath] for the veggies. You are young, O Tadpole, keep learning, keep improving… and remember that for many things in Life: “Less is more.”

  • I HATED Brussel Sprouts as a kid, and even into adulthood… Ever since I started pan frying and oven roasting them, I can’t get enough! People who don’t like Brussel sprouts usually don’t like them because of abusive cooking methods that turn them into the limp, flavorless, sad, jokes of the vegetable world. I refuse to steam or boil veggies.

  • Nice to see you’re very passionate about this recipe but too much oil! Not too healthy! Look yummy though I’m doing it sauteed with coconut oil

  • jack my brother, im pretty much down with all the food that you make on your channel and i try most of them out myself with great results, however THIS ONE is a big NO NO for me would never try this, Brussels sprouts have made my skin crawl ever since i was a kid also not a big fan of balsamic i usually replace it with vinegar(+ a little brown sugar) in any recipe that has it

  • Why are all of these people tweaking I am sure that you eat a lot of bad things when you go to restaurants because if I’m being completely honest bad things are delicious LOL

  • This looks super…cannot wait to try as I love them really crispy as well. Now…provide us with your blackberry habanero drizzle. I’m game!

  • I just love roasted brussies! Your presentation was great.. the only thing missing in how I eat it was the freshly grated parmesan cheese. Loved the last minute sneak peek at the pure white pan after reducing the balsamic vinegar… Truly a “cooking with Jack” touch.:-)

  • I love roasted Brussels sprouts. I have never used balsamic vinegar before. I made this recipe with peperoni instead of bacon. It was fabulous! Thanks Jack. I have a new favorite meal.

  • Love this. ���� we do baked Brussel sprouts often here. And for what it’s worth, try just chopped bacon and broccoli baked the same way. ������ you’ll thank me later.

  • Canola oil…really…do you realize that is the worst oil to use….GMO..from the rape seed plant….that has a patent on it! Horrible for your health!

  • I love your style. I feel like you’re a friend I’ve known you for years. Cooking for 30 women at a homeless shelter in Ashland MA and needed a Brussel springs receipy and found your video. Keep it up, you are bound for success on Youtube! Thank you so much!

  • My wife just made something just like this a month or two ago and I must say it was quite tasty. Everyone that passed by the lunch room at work was floored by the wonderful aroma and wondered what smelled so good. Thanks for sharing.

  • Great show! Unfortunately, I can’t eat Brussel sprouts (or asparagus, broccoli, etc.) as they trigger gout attacks for me. So bummed, because this and your broccoli salad look delicious!

    By the way, that last part with the pot was pretty funny!

  • I tried your later version of the brussel sprouts its good in the bacon grease. I love the intial flavor and taste but that bitter after taste I just couldn’t get over. I hear it comes from the core of the veg. I wonder if you can core brussel sprouts?

  • I used to cook for a high end steakhouse and when we made brussel sprouts, we used to drizzle the bacon fat onto the sprouts before putting them in the oven. You should try that technique with everything else you did in this video. They look great, keep up the great work.

  • congratulations, for presenting this recipe! I’ll try it out. you made look tasty. liked the fact you showed the balsamic pot white back. lol

  • These are the best! Cait, Drew and I are watching this at H&S!! Can you do something with Swiss chard? I love having it sautéed but I wondered if you had a good recipe?