If you find Brussel Sprouts a hard sell this 5 Ingredient Brussel Sprouts Bacon Pine Nuts Recipe is a game changer ..
Who remembers as a child being told to eat their greens .. specifically their Brussel Sprouts? We were continually told how good they were for us, but it was very hard to swallow those boiled balls!
The truth is they really are little balls of goodness and they benefit your health immensely! Just take a look at the list of health boosting properties at the end of our post. They fight inflammation, lower cholesterol, prevent constipation and are cancer fighters. They are also great detoxifiers and an excellent source of folic acid. There’s plenty of reasons to love them!
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Well, according to Wendy from Wendy’s Kitchen fame, she needed a way to sell the family on Brussel Sprouts. She took the tasty challenge and created this fabulous 5 ingredient recipe that has changed everyone’s opinion.
In fact, they just can’t get enough! This Brussel Sprout Bacon Pine Nuts recipe involves Shredded Brussel Sprouts and it’s served like a stir fry. You will no longer need to smuggle the veggies. Wendy assures us that no longer will Brussel Sprouts mean complaints or turned up noses!
Brussel Sprouts Bacon Pinenuts Ingredients
- 4 rashers bacon
- ½ red onion, finely chopped
- 2 cloves garlic, chopped
- 400g Brussels sprouts, shredded
- ¼ cup pinenuts, toasted
Brussel Sprouts Bacon Pinenuts Video
You are going to love this fabulous super easy recipe. Watch Wendy work her magic in her kitchen. Click Play above ⇑
Wendy’s Recipe Instructions
Heat a large frying pan and cook bacon in a little oil until crisp. Add onion and garlic and continue to cook for 5 minutes until onion starts to soften.
Place the Brussels sprouts in the pan with a generous knob of butter and season with salt and freshly ground pepper. Cook stirring over a medium – high heat for 5 minutes until Brussels sprouts are lightly cooked. Serve as a side dish.