Jill Nussinow, RD
Jill Nussinow is a culinary educator, registered dietitian, and author of cookbooks including Vegan Under Pressure: Perfect Vegan Meals Made Quick and Easy in Your Pressure Cooker. Nussinow’s goal is to see everyone leading a healthy, happy life through better eating, and she’s been teaching plant-based cooking for 25 years. She loves to share her passion and joy for plant-based eating through cooking demonstrations, recipes, presentations, and writings. Visit TheVeggieQueen.com and follow her on Twitter and Facebook for updates.see more from this author
Maybe the best question would be : ” of the tips and tricks in the article, which one would be BEST for this recipe?”
We have done this recipe several times . It is very tasty, fast abs easy to do it .
I followed this recipe to a t, and it came out horrible – brussels were horrifyingly overcooked. I’d understand if I did something differently or had a different appliance, but this… Just another failed fok recipe.
WITHOUT resending the same ‘article for tips & tricks’ — can someone kindly submit a way to cook the brussels sprouts using this same recipe, ‘Brussels Sprouts with Maple-Mustard Sauce,’ without a pressure cooker?
Ooops, edit to say – saute your onions first, then add everything else
My favorite way to prepare brussels sprouts is to cut them in half and then “chiffonade” them: slice them super thin starting at the end and working toward the stem. Then mix your seasonings, toss them in it, and you basically just chase them around the pan until they cook to the color you like them! I like mine just passing the bright green stage. No more overcooked soggy BS’s 🙂
no no no, enjoy the halved brussel sprouts with out the sugar, even if it is natural it is un needed
Made this as part of Christmas dinner, and it was perfect! Such an easy, delicious recipe! You’ve given me another reason to love my Instant Pot.
It would be helpful if the recipe author responded to the questions, especially since people are looking for a method that doesn’t require a pressure cooker.
I’m included in that group!
Hi Mary, check out our Brussels sprouts feature article for tips & tricks for best methods to prepare them 🙂
How do you make these without a presure cooker? Please and Thank you!
Hi Leann, check out our Brussels sprouts feature article for tips & tricks for best methods to prepare them 🙂
I would also like to know how to prepare them without a pressure cooker. Thank you!
Hi Alicia, check out our Brussels sprouts feature article for tips & tricks for best methods to prepare them 🙂
Can I use frozen brussel sprouts?
How could this be prepared without a pressure cooker?
Hi Barb, check out our Brussels sprouts feature article for tips & tricks for best methods to prepare them 🙂
Oh my gosh… these Brussels Sprouts are AMAAAZING!! SO incredibly simple, and SOOOO tasty! (My husband swears there was bacon in it…ha!) This will absolutely be on our weekly rotation – thank you so much for sharing!!