Baked Brussel sprouts with cheese and nuts
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Gently tossed in luscious butter and seasoned with black pepper, it will be so easy to eat these sprouts in one go that you won’t even remember about the cauliflower smell.
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Ingredients for 2 serves of Baked Brussel sprouts
200gr fresh Brussel sprouts
100gr blue stilton cheese
1 big tbsp of butter
Baked Brussel sprouts – Cooking method
Starting from the fact that I prefer to use fresh vegetables for my cooking, if you can’t get a hold of these fresh, then using frozen brussel sprouts wont hurt nobody.
Wash the sprouts through with cold water, then cut the end bit and get rid of it.
Cut the brussel sprouts in half and the give it a quick boil.
If you are using frozen ready sprouts, just bathe them quickly in hot water so to just get rid of that frozen feel.
In a large pan, bring salted water onto boil then add the sprouts.
Let cook for two to 3 minutes over medium high heat.
Drain the Brussel sprouts and set them aside for a second.
In a large frying pan, put one big table spoon of unsalted butter. Let it melt over gentle heat.
Get rid of excess whater from the sprouts, then add them to the frying pan when the butter has melted completly.
Gently toss the pan so that the butter covers up all the sprouts.
Season with a good nice sprinkle of black pepper.
Let cook until the butter gets a bit reduced, continuing to toss the pan so the sprouts do not stick on the bottom.
Crumble in some blue stilton cheese, and toss the pan to distribute it everywhere.
once the cheese is starting to get melty, transfer everything in a ceramic tray.
No need to add anymore butter.
Lay the sprouts in the tray flat side down and sprinkle up with chopped walnut and the rest of the stilton.
Time to bring this goodie to the oven!
Bake those gorgeous sprouts for 20 minutes @190C
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Baked Brussel sprouts are served!