Delicious Side Dishes: Cheesy Brussels Sprouts Gratin

Delicious Side Dishes: Cheesy Brussels Sprouts Gratin

[Editor's Note: Brussels Sprouts often make an appearance at my holiday table, usually roasted, and often tossed with crumbled bacon. But this recipe, which uses this seasonal vegetable in a rich and creamy preparation, is awfully tempting. It's a whole new spin on sprouts. --Genie]

Cheesy Brussels Sprouts Gratin

Warm melted cheese, gooey-salty-decadent-calorie-laden cheese on top of perfectly fresh and healthy vegetables should be illegal. I think of this often when a gorgeous bowl of green veggies gaze back at me with fresh, vibrant eyes. Instead of reaching for the steamer and ideas of a raw salad, I reach for the rind of parmesan cheese, cream and block of butter.

Brussels Sprouts Gratin

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