Easy and delicious Brussels Sprouts cooked in Beer!

Easy and delicious Brussels Sprouts cooked in Beer!

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Even just for a minute... Sometimes you don't need to throw 10 different vegetables in a pot together to get a delicious dish, sometimes you just have to stop and appreciate the unique and delicate flavours of vegetables in their singularity! Simple recipes like this one are also easy and quick to prepare - which is an extra bonus. This recipe is part of my German Food month, which has gotten off to a great start! You can check out my other German inspired recipes via the links at the end of this post. Trim the woody ends off the sprouts and cut in half. Place the sprouts in a pan and cover with the beer. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 15-20 minutes, or until they are cooked to your liking. Once they are cooked how you like them, drain any remaining liquid and return to the pan (but not back on the heat). Add the margarine and the salt and toss. Sprinkle with toasted slivered almonds and serve. Serves about 6 as a side dish. Deconstructed Black Forest Cake Parfait ("Cake in ... First, you can just browse according to the Blog Archive (above) which lists all of our recipes, or secondly you can use the Labels (below) to browse the recipe via category which means that if you happen to have a big piece of pumpkin in the fridge and need some ideas just click the 'Pumpkin' label to see all the recipes we have using pumpkin, too easy. Or if you are in a particularly Pasta mood (which we are often in!) you can click on that label. If you like our blog please become a follower to increase the profile of our blog and/or post it to you facebook profile so that other people can find us.

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