Brussels are great for any time of year. As a veggie enthusiast, I make these as often as I can. They're a great filler for lighter meals or as an appetizer. If a restaurant has brussels on their menu, there is a 99.9% chance I'll be ordering them. This is just one of many brussels recipes I like to make, so here it is. Cheers
Slice Brussels in halves and turn your skillet heat to medium high. Add 2 tbsp olive oil to the skillet and add in your sliced brussels facing flat side down. Pour in your 1/4 cup beer (we recommend Ales) and cover with a lid.
Once the beer is bubbling, take off your lid and let your beer evaporate, but don't flip the brussels just yet.
Your brussels will begin to brown on the bottom, and this is a good thing. As this starts to happen lightly press on each brussels to quickly sear them individually. Lightly stir the brussels in the pan and cover for a few minute more. Remove from heat, add the spices, and serve.