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The combination of these flavors is like fireworks in your mouth… but without the pain of an actually firework. Now, I may or may not have eaten this entire bowl of sprouts for dinner… This is a no judge zone folks.. so taking your judging and stuff it
Now I know you’re probably thinking Brussels sprouts… ew.. they’re bitter. yessss, this is true… but not if you cook them the correct way. This savory combination takes that bitterness out of these sprouts and is balanced out beautifully with the additions in this recipe.
For my celiac friends – I know some of you may have issues with Blue Cheese, it does not bother me, but I found a brand that I never seem to have an issue with
For my vegan + paleo friendly friends – omit the blue cheese
Now, I had some sprouts in my fridge, and wanted to cook them so I was looking through my pin’s and found this guy. Now she calls for Walnuts, I’m not a fan of them, also she called for craisens, I did not have any so I used regular raisins, oh and the maple syrup… ya know what… never mind see below for recipe changes:
2 cups of Brussels Sprouts- cut in quarters
1/2 cup EVOO
1/4 cup of Pure Raw honey
1 tsp Garlic Powder
sea salt to taste about 1 tsp
1 tsp ground black pepper
1/3 cup raisens
1/3 cup crumbled blue cheese
1/3 cup slivered almonds
Her Directions with moderations:
I hope you enjoy the goodness that consumes these sprouts
A special thanks to:
Now that’s what’s for pinner!
Get in my belly… and make my pee smell a little
This is a really great snack, side dish, or even a simple dinner maybe even served on a bed of rice or quinoa. This is seriously easy to make and really delicious. I even considered making something similar to this for breakfast with turkey bacon served on an over easy egg… if your mouth isn’t watering then that was just a waste of a delicious idea. Any-who… Recipe as follows:
-12 pieces of asparagus
-6 slices of prosciutto cut in half… or 12 if you really love prosciutto
Simple tip of the day: If you never know where to cut off the ends of your asparagus you can literally take them and snap them and they will break where they are supposed to break. You should be able to take the bunch of 12 and do it at once!
Wrap the prosciutto in the asparagus
Heat up your pan on medium-low heat
If you do not have a non stick pan you may need a drop of oil or ghee in the pan
Drop in your asparagus
Turn and cook as needed until prosciutto is caramelized
Serving size can be 1-3 depending on how you intend on serving them
Now enjoy those suckers because they are delicious!
Now that’s what’s for pinner