My Mom always made brussels sprouts sautéd with a few Indian spices that transformed the little sprouts into a delicious dish.
Brussels sprouts have garnered a new wave of popularity in recent years. For decades it seems brussels sprouts were given a bad rap sheet, mainly because of the way they were cooked – usually steamed or boiled and then seasoned with salt and pepper or a cheese sauce 😝. It’s no wonder these vegetables were relagated to the “yuk 😝” pile.
Now a days brussels sprouts have become quiet popular and get featured in so many restaurants, and they are mostly served grilled or broiled or tossed in salads. For a change from this trend, try this Indian spiced brussels sprouts and serve it as a delicious side dish.
Turmeric Spiced Brussels Sprouts
- 4 cups Brussels sprouts cut into quarters or a pre-packaged shredded brussels sprouts mix
- 4-6 garlic cloves finely chopped
- 1 tsp mustard seeds (optional)
- 1 tsp cumin seeds
- 1 tsp asafoetida powder
- 1 tsp turmeric powder
- In a large pan heat 1 tbsp oil. Add mustard seeds and let them pop. Cover the pot so the mustard seeds don’t pop all over the counter. Once they stop popping, lower the heat, add the cumin seeds and asafoetida powder (cook in oil for 2-3 seconds). Immediately add garlic and sauté until the garlic fragrance is released.
- Next add turmeric powder and all the cut brussels sprouts. Add salt and mix-in. Cook covered for 10 minutes until brussels sprouts are tender, a little braised, yet firm. Brussels sprouts are ready.
Serve brussels sprouts warm as a side dish or with rice, dhaal, raita, or chapatis.
12 thoughts on “Turmeric Spiced Brussels Sprouts”
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I love Brussel sprouts…this looks very interesting!
Thank you for reblogging this recipe, much appreciated!
I love Brussels sprouts. Will definitely try this.
You can’t go wrong when Brussels sprouts are made in this way. This curry tastes great with rasam or sambhar 😋.
Wonderful recipe! Love Brussels sprouts, but ate it too often overcooked and without flavors (that’s the Dutch way). But this variation is briljant!
Thanks. I sometimes cook Brussels sprouts with just garlic and olive oil on the stove and it tastes wonderful this way too.
Sounds also like a great way to up the brussels sprouts! Simple and tasty. Thank you so much for the suggestion!
Many times I saw that vegetable in stores but I don’t have any idea about it and what recipe I can make out of it but today I’m clear with your recipe. Will try definitely 😊
Oh I’m so hppy I could be of help. Do try making brussels sprouts, it’s a very delicious vegetable. My Mom also added brussels sprouts in sambhar, it tasted good in that too, but my favorite is the curry.
Sure dear 👍
Such an interesting recipe !!
Thank you. Brussels sprouts are really delicious, we love it.