Brussel sprouts have regained popularity in the past few years, and in this dish, they are dressed up and delectable. Roasting them first, allows them to tenderize some and gets their flavors going. They are then topped with a light cheese sauce made from both gruyere and parmesan. The sauce enhances the flavor and does not camouflage the sprouts. Add to that the flavor of the shallots, and you have a lovely side dish that is sure to please, even those who are not Brussel sprout fans.
- This low-calorie dish makes a great side for any holiday dinner. The healthy addition takes only 50 minutes to make!
- For those who love Brussel sprouts and cheese, the inventive twist on gratin translates into an easy solution for even amateur chefs.
- Up to 6 loved ones can enjoy this deliciously cheesy dish!
“Brussels Sprouts Gratin is roasted until crisp, then topped with a light cheese sauce made with Gruyere and Parmesan, and baked until brown and bubbling – the perfect Holiday dish!”
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