Stop roasting your Brussel sprouts. Shave them instead, says Milk Street Director of Education Rosemary Gill. Shaving raw Brussels sprouts leaves them crunchy, a little grassy in flavor and ready to serve as the perfect foundation for any winter salad. You could keep things simple by dressing shredded Brussels with a little lemon juice and red pepper flakes, or you could start by browning a stick of butter, like Rosie does in this Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad with a Browned Butter Vinaigrette. Whatever direction you choose, keep Brussels sprouts raw to let their best attributes shine. Find a full recipe here.
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