Brussels sprouts have endured a bad reputation, and it’s not entirely undeserved. When boiled, which they so often have been in the past, they taste wretched, and smell even worse. (To be honest, they smell like farts.) But when roasted, sautéed or even fried, they turn into a crisp and soft, nutty and sweet pocket of deliciousness.
While scientists claim one’s dislike for Brussels sprouts may be written in their DNA, we think we could change anyone’s mind with the recipes below. We put together over 30 dishes to try this fall while Brussels sprouts are in season, and not one of them will disappoint. Promise.