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I think that you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone who dislikes this Bacon Honey Mustard Brussels Sprouts recipe. Seriously, give these a try, even if you have doubts about ever trying Brussels sprouts again. This dish isn’t nearly as difficult to put together as its gourmet presentation might suggest, and it is packed full of delicious sweet, savory, and softly tart flavors.
I went with the country-style Dijon because I generally prefer mustard with a bit of graininess but relatively soft flavor. However, tastes vary, so use what you like. It’ll be delicious, regardless. The flavor blend here means that you can pair this dish with just about anything. Most any chicken, pork, or beef dish will work nicely, and even some fish dishes will work with it. The sky’s about the limit, really; it’s just a matter of what you feel like having.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Necessary Indulgences
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