BRUSSELS SPROUTS WITH CHESTNUTS, PANCETTA AND PARSLEY The sprout recipe below is really only a slight detour from the traditional route. By all means, stick to the orthodox if you prefer by adding only buttery chestnuts to the Brussels sprouts, but what follows is now my own traditional way of cooking them. There is a lot of parsley, I know, but think of it as another vegetable ingredient rather than a garnish.
Low Carb Vegetables - nutrition per 100g. What are the best choices for a low carb (LCHF) diet? These vegetables are some of the most nutrient-dense yet lowest in carbs. Well, 19 of them anyway.... parsnips are there mainly because of how good they taste!
What are you going to do with your Christmas leftovers? How about making this creamy turkey, bacon and brussels sprouts linguine? It's delicious, soooo easy, and on the lighter side, too!
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Roasted Brown Butter Maple Brussels Sprouts are a delicious way to eat your vegetables!
Sheet Pan Maple Mustard Roasted Chicken | Chicken thighs are coated in a sweet and savory maple mustard sauce and roasted alongside creamy butternut squash and savory brussels sprouts, all on one sheet pan for an incredibly quick, easy meal with hardly any cleanup needed! | http://thechunkychef.com
Let's make Winter Vegetable Hash! This hash features winter veggies like potato, purple turnip and Brussels sprouts and pairs with a tart Granny Smith apple hash to top your favorite protein. Apples cook in olive oil with Dijon mustard, then are kept warm while the potatoes and turnips crisp up and soften. Add Brussels sprouts to the mix and cook until browned. Enjoy the wintertime vegetable harvest by enjoying Winter Vegetable Hash with dinner.
Whilst the cold weather tends to conjure up the desire for carbs and slow-cooked stews, such a change in diet isn’t great news for our waistlines. If you’re keen to keep it healthy, opt for a warm salad instead; these satisfying recipes are substantial enough to curb winter cravings, simply switch raw ingredients for cooked quinoa or roasted veg and enjoy the nutritional benefits of fresh food with a heartier feel.