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Creole and Sorghum Roasted Brussel Sprouts

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If you’ve never used sorghum before, now is your chance, and it is worth a trip to the market. Sorghum is a syrup made from a cereal grain and it tastes as if honey and molasses got together one night and did a little hanky panky. The sweet depth of flavor pairs beautifully with the heat of our Creole Spice on blistered corn and brussels sprouts. Add this to your menu for a quick and easy side dish that comes together quickly with minimal ingredients and maximum flavor.

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