Take your Christmas feast to the next level with these jazzed up salt and pepper sprouts tossed with pecorino cheese.
Sprouts – the Christmas dinner side dish that everybody loves to hate. Adding warm ginger and zesty orange is a great way to spruce up your sprouts and make sure everyone will be coming back for more.
After a fiery brussels sprouts recipe? Adding 'nduja gives a spicy kick, and although they look impressive, they're ready in 30 minutes.
We've added pancetta, shallots and honey to sprouts for a showstopping side dish. Caramelising the shallots and the sprouts gives this classic side a deeper flavour, and the calvados adds an extra zing.
Looking for recipes to spruce up your sprouts over the Christmas season? This quick crispy brussels sprouts side is a great alternative way to serve this favourite festive vegetable. Served with a thick and creamy tahini dip, plus it's ready in just 15 minutes.
This easy brussels sprouts recipe uses only four ingredients and is a great side dish to serve a crowd. The smoked streaky bacon adds a salty kick to the buttered green vegetable.
This Asian soy and sesame twist on brussels sprouts makes an easy yet inventive way to serve this unloved veg for Christmas dinner. Check out more of our Christmas dinner ideas here
This shredded sprouts salad recipe combines apples, walnuts and celery with the green veg for a fresh festive side dish. Try making it on Boxing Day with leftover sprouts, too.
Liven up your Christmas dinner with this Indian take on humble brussels sprouts. The homemade garam masala can be kept for up to three months, so great for adding to curries.
Spruce up your leftover sprouts with our crispy bacon and caramelised onion hash topped with chilli fried eggs. This easy recipe will make a quick dinner over the festive season, ready in just 30 minutes.
Looking for ways to use up your leftover brussels sprouts over Christmas? Try our Italian-style brussels salad with crispy pancetta and toasted walnuts – a light salad to serve as part of the Boxing Day buffet.
Try this new take on brussels sprouts for your Christmas dinner. You can have the greens blanched and butter made for this in advance, then you just need to heat through to serve.
Easy and speedy to make, we've added bacon and chestnut to this festive vegetable for a smoky, salty flavour.
Our simple recipe for deep-fried sprouts with a sweet and savoury dressing makes a great snack or side – a moreish way to serve the vegetable.