Mr. English and I are obsessed with Brussels sprouts–little villains. They cheapest propecia us look and act all tough, and give themselves a bad reputation. But I think you’ll find, Brussels sprouts are fast becoming everyone’s secret favorite vegetable.
I just developed this last weekend as I was testing Thanksgiving recipe for Serious Eats, and I wanted something for us to eat along with them at our weekly Sunday night dinner (when I have a huge recipe-testing best products weekend, we invite friends over to help clear away the evidence). Our Thanksgiving this year will only be three people (sad old London!), but I buy cheap cialis am definitely, definitely making this.
I simply run the Brussels sprouts through the slicer on the food processor (a process of which I have become inordinately fond) and toss them with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Then, I spread them into as thin a layer as I can, and roast them at 400 to 425 degrees just until their edges start to tan, and go all bronzed and crisp–about 6 minutes. Then, while they’re hot, I add the key flagyl buy splash of cider vinegar. They are crisp, salty, tangy, canadian pharmacy cialis soft luscious. Killer, killer side dish!
- 1 pound of Brussels sprouts, shredded
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- Salt and pepper
- 1 tablespoon cider vinegar
Preheat the oven to a nicely buy viagra on internet hot 400 degrees. Toss the sprouts, oil, salt, and pepper together in a large bowl. Spread the sprouts in an even layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet, and roast just until the edges start to toast. You want the sprouts to keep their vibrant green. About 6 minutes.
While still hot, toss the vinegar into the sprouts. Serve right away. I may toss a few toasted flaked almonds in dress it up for Thanksgiving.print this recipe