Caramelized Brussels Sprouts

The Brussels sprout is a member of cabbages grown for its edible buds. The green leafy vegetables are typically 2 to 4 cms in diameter and look like mini cabbage.As per Wikipedia  these have been popular in Brussels, Belgium and may have originated and gained its name for there. The Brussels sprouts contains excellent levels of Vitamin C and Vitamin  K. The most common way to cook these sprouts is cutting the buds. Once cut and cleaned they are cooked in boiling water or steaming or stir frying. 

This recipe goes to the 2nd day of Blogging Marathon  under the theme " Thanksgiving Meals".




Ingredients:


Brussels Sprouts 15
Olive oil 2 spoons
Garlic cloves 4 minced
Sugar 1 - 2 spoons
Dried cranberries 1/4 cup
Walnuts 1/4 cup chopped
Salt to taste



Preparation:


Heat olive oil in a pan or skillet on medium heat.
Add garlic and saute for few seconds.
Now add chopped brussels sprouts and saute for another 5-7 minutes.
Cook till the Brussels are tender.
Ass salt and sugar, toss it well.
Garnish with dried cranberries and walnuts( optional)



Check to see what my fellow bloggers are cooking for Blogging Marathon 82.


Comments

Such a lovely snacking idea.. Will definitely give a try..
Unique flavours ! Cranberry and walnuts must be giving the brussel sprouts a amazing crunch and flavour .
Pavani N said…
I love brussel sprouts and your version with garlic and cranberries sounds delicious.
Harini R said…
interesting way to serve brussel sprouts.
Sapana Behl said…
Caramelized Brussel sprouts sounds nice. Have to try this version.
Sowmya :) said…
Brussels sprouts look very tempting...nice pick!
Priya Suresh said…
Interesting way to indulge bruxelles sprouts, fantastic dish Sushma.
This is my boys favorite and they request me to make it often. I caramelize them in my oven.
Priyakumar said…
seems very healthy and unique recipe. Must be yummyyyyy
Such a simple side! garlic and cranberries must add great flavors!
Jayashree said…
I like your addition of craisins to Brussel sprouts.
Chef Mireille said…
what a great addition to a thanksgiving table

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