Even folks who aren’t fans of Brussels sprouts will like them fried. Houston’s popular Eight Row Flint takes fried Brussels sprouts one step further by transforming them into vegetarian tacos, providing the inspiration for this recipe. If you’ve never had a deep-fried Brussels sprout, prepare to meet your new favorite vegetable. Deep-frying gives the sprouts’ outer leaves an addictive, potato chip-like crispiness while keeping the insides soft and tender. We recommend using a splatter guard (or a small baking sheet) when frying to prevent oil from splattering. These crunchy fried sprouts are even better when paired with thinly sliced radishes and carrots and wrapped in warm tortillas. Serve with a squeeze of lime and a side of guacamole for a delicious vegetarian meal.
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