Brussels Sprouts may be native to the Mediterranean but they got their name because they were first cultivated near…wait for it…Brussels. These edible sprouts grow off of a long stalk and are picked by hand. Brussels sprouts related to cabbage, come in green or purple and are packed with vitamins C & K.
If you’re not sure how to cook them, cookbook author Tieghan Gerard has a truly creative recipe called Lemony Fried Brussels Sprouts. Made with garlic, almonds and cheese, this recipe is sure to elevate your Brussels sprouts to the next level. You can get the recipe by clicking here.
We have some great ideas sprouting up so watch this space for more delicious finds.