Firstly, cooked sprouts should never have a pungent sulphurous smell – if they have, it’s because they’re overcooked. Same goes for the leaves – which should have a more delicate flavour and reduce to an almost silky texture…you might find even them a bit of a revelation, if you are a sprout-hater.
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Local Sussex Winter greens pan fried with nuts and butter….Easy and bursting with nutritious minerals and vitamins to boost immune systems over winter.
Combining greens also gives a variety of texture and flavour to the dish and the nuttiness brings out the sweetness of the veg. Continue reading “Gorgeous recipe to combine your winter greens”
What is there to say about Brussels Sprouts that can convince they are not just a Christmas food…but a superfood that is incredibly easy to cook with complimentary flavours…so much more than a side-dish.
Relegating this to just a windy veg is a massive shame, as these little cabbages are reputed to be one of the most nutritious cruciferous veg (ie cabbages, kales etc). They also grow all year, but our Sussex farmers rarely keep the crop growing due to demand.
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