Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Bacon in a Mustard Cream Sauce
Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Bacon in a Mustard Cream Sauce My Review: Good but not as amazing as I had anticipated. An overall tasty way to jazz up Brussels sprouts but a little more effort than I'd like for a weeknight side dish. Liked the mustard sauce and bacon is always tasty but almost contrasted too much with the slightly bitter bite of the sprouts. Rating :@@@
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They are easy to make: Just mash potatoes plain with butter or you can add yummy ingredients like cooked bacon, cheese, parsley, green onion etc. Stuff in to a greased muffin tin, run a fork along the top and brush with melted butter or olive oil. Bake at 375 degrees or until tops are crispy and golden.
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