New recipe tried out for dinner last night that was really delicious and a must try! I've never really eaten brussels sprouts before this and they are soooo good. I'm going to have to make them more often. The original recipe is from weheartfood but I made a few slight alterations to it so that's what I will include here, but you can check out weheartfood if you want the original recipe and portion size. Next time I make this I'm going to try it with come green beans because they taste so good, but here goes with the original recipe:
Servings: 2-3 large portions
(3) medium sized beets
(20) brussels sprouts
(1) shallot, peeled and diced
(2-3) gloves of garlic
(2-3) tbsp of toasted almond slivers
(1) tbsp fresh thyme chopped or (1) tsp dried thyme
salt & pepper to taste
_Heat oven to 350 degrees and place the beets in a pan. Roast the beets in the oven for 1hr and 10 mins or until tender. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool down for a few minutes. When cool, peel the skin off and put them aside to be chopped later.
_Fill a skillet half way with water and bring to a boil. Place the brussels sprouts in boiling water and cook for 2-3 mins or until almost cooked through. Drain and set aside to cool
_Chopping time. If you haven't diced the shallots and garlic then do so. Chop the beets into 1" or so chunks. Take the brussels sprouts and cut the stem off and then cut the sprouts in half (cut into quarters if you want them smaller).
_In a skillet, pour a little oil and saute the shallots on med or med/high heat until they are translucent. Add in the garlic when the shallots look close to being done since the garlic doesn't take as long to get a little golden brown.
_When the shallots are done, add more olive oil (about 1-2 tbsp). Add the brussels sprouts, beets, almonds, and thyme and mix everything together in the pan over med-high heat. Add salt and pepper to taste. Once thoroughly mixed (add more olive oil if you like), take off the heat and serve.
_You now have a delicious side dish or even main vegetarian course. Very filling.
(image from weheartfood)