25 Aug

(from Arabella) Another scrumptious way of cooking sprouts. I love them in all variations, raw and cooked, but some people are sproutphobic, usually because they were forced to eat overcooked soggy sulphurous sprouts at school. And for British Christmas lunch eaters, sprouts can be an annual nightmare. But no more! Try this for starters. Maybe not as a starter, but as a first pro-sprout recipe.  


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  1. Peri's Spice Ladle 26/08/2012 at 2:04 am #

    Thanks for reblogging the spiced brussels sprouts, this recipe is one of our staples especially during the winter when Brussels sprouts are all over the markets:) its delicious, simple and full of flavors! As you have appropriately mentioned, there’s never a reason to have ‘soggy sprouts’!

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