• Brussels Sprouts Slaw

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    Jump to Recipe FacebookPinterestemailYummlyBrussels Sprouts Slaw with honey crisp apples, feta cheese, toasted pecans, and tart pomegranate seeds is not only beautiful, but it’s also out of this world delicious! Loaded with crunch, this light fresh salad is perfect to serve for the holidays and easy enough to make for a weeknight meal. Have you ever had one of those “light bulb” moments? You know, when you suddenly come up with a really good idea and get all excited and giddy? Well, I hope you have and that’s exactly what happened when the idea of Brussels Sprouts Slaw popped into my head. As you can tell if you’ve been following A Southern Soul, I love slaw. As a witness to how much of a fan I am, here are a few of my favorites slaw recipes: Cranberry Pecan SlawPineapple SlawBBQ Red SlawBlue Cheese SlawBroccoli Ramen Slaw Brussels Sprouts Slaw has all the right elements for an amazing side dish. It’s easy to make, loaded with crunchy thinly sliced brussels sprouts, creamy feta cheese, and toasted pecans. If that was not enough, there’s sweet Honey Crisp apples plus the added pop of tangy pomegranate seeds that take this slaw to a whole new level of deliciousness! What You Need To Make Brussels Sprouts Slaw Brussels SproutsFeta CheeseHoney Crisp ApplesPecansPomegranate SeedsOlive OilRed Wine VinegarHoneyDijon MustardSalt and PepperThis slaw not only gets in unique flavor from the well-combined ingredients but also from the tangy, slightly sweet dressing. I mixed olive oil, red wine vinegar, honey, dijon mustard, salt, and pepper together then poured it over the slaw. Once all of the ingredients have some time to marinate, the flavor comes together making this slaw phenomenal! Can I Make This Recipe Ahead Of Time? Yes, please do! It’s actually better made ahead of time. All of the ingredients get to hang out and blend allowing the flavors really shine through. How To Shred Brussels Sprouts Food Processor This is my favorite way to prep the brussels sprouts. Start by trimming the bottom of the sprout and removing any bruised leaved. Then using the shredding blade, process the brussel sprouts through the tube. Knife Slicing the sprouts really thin using a sharp knife works well. Make sure you start by prepping the brussels sprouts by trimming the bottom off and discarding any bruised leaves. Recently I found a bag of shaved brussels sprouts in the grocery store. Who knew! I was thrilled to find them in the produce section. Since they are pre-packaged, make sure you “pick through” the bag and throw any hard stems before using. More Side Dishes You Will Love! Twice Baked Sweet PotatoesSkillet Cinnamon ApplesBroccoli Cauliflower SaladInstant Pot Garlic And Herb RiceOne-Pot Mushroom RiceLet me know if you make this recipe! You can rate it below, leave me a comment, or snap a picture. Just tag me on Instagram at #asouthernsoul Brussels Sprouts Slaw 0 from 0 votes Print Pin Rate Course: Salad, Side DishCuisine: American Prep Time: 20 minutesCook Time: 5 minutesTotal Time: 25 minutes Servings: 8 Author: Donya Mullins Ingredients1 pound shaved brussels sprouts1/2 cup pecans1 cup crumbled feta cheese1 cup chopped Honey Crisp apple1/2 cup pomegranate seedsDressing3/4 cup olive oil1/4 cup red wine vinegar1 tablespoon honey1 tablespoon dijon mustard1 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon fresh cracked pepper InstructionsHeat oven to 350 degrees. Place pecans on a sheet pan and roast in the oven for 5 minutes. Let cool then chop.In a small bowl or jar with a lid, add olive oil, vinegar, honey, mustard, salt, and pepper. Whisk together or shake until well blended.To a large bowl, add shaved brussels sprouts, chopped pecans, feta cheese, and Honey Crisp apple. Pour dressing over salad and toss to coat all ingredients. Add pomegranate seeds. Toss gently and adjust seasoning.Cover and place in the refrigerator to chill for 1 hour before serving. TipsCan be stored in the fridge for up to 2 days.Before serving, toss to mix any dressing that may have settled. FacebookPinterestemailYummly You Might Also Like Ambrosia SaladAmbrosia Salad is a classic recipe that's hard to resist. Make with pineapple, cherries, oranges,… Brown Sugar Mustard Baked HamBaked ham, cooked low and slow with brown sugar, mustard, and cola has been in… Cheddar & Chive Cheese BallIt's just not a party without a cheese ball, right? Whether you're having a small… Subscribe To Our NewsletterJoin our mailing list to receive the latest receipes and updates. SUBSCRIBE! You have Successfully Subscribed!

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