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FRIED BRUSSELS SPROUTS

Ingredients

  • 1 bag Brussels sprouts
  • coconut oil for frying
  • hot honey (optional)
  • kosher salt
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I love Brussels Sprout. I have prepared and enjoyed them in so many different ways. Fried Brussels Sprouts has to be my new favorite! They make the perfect side dish or enjoy as a snack! I.T. is really important to follow the recipe in order to ensure the sprouts come out super crispy. You may also want to try Spicy Honey Shrimp with Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Almonds, or this amazing pasta, Orecchiette with Roasted Brussels Sprouts!

a bowl of fried Brussels Sprouts

Begin by quartering a bag of Brussels Sprouts. Sprouts should be set out long enough to come to room temperature. This is important because cold sprouts will become soggy during the frying process.

Heat coconut oil in a non-stick pan to medium-high. Place sprouts in hot oil, in batches. Do not crowd the pan, as this too will cause them to become soggy. For about a one-pound bag, I fried them in three batches. When the sprouts start to brown, remove from pan and place on paper towels to drain. Salt the sprouts immediately out of the oil.

fried Brussels sprouts on a paper towel

If you so desire, add a drizzle of Mike’s Hot Honey to the Fried Brussels Sprouts. If you are local to Charlotte, you can purchase the honey at The Carolina Meat & Fish Co. or Magnolia Emporium. ENJOY!

a bowl of fried Brussels sprouts

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