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We know not everyone is a fan of brussel sprouts, but Chef Miller does an excellent job of complementing these with a delightful apple-lemongrass gastrique. Try it at home and let us know what you think!
Brussel Sprout Nutritional Facts: This low calorie, highly nutritional treat should be incorporated into everyone’s diet. In just half a cup of brussel sprouts, you’ll find 137% of your reference daily intake (RDI) of Vitamin K and 81% of the Vitamin C RDI. They’re also a great source of Vitamin A, Folate, Manganese, and fiber. You’ll also find they are high in Kaempferol, a beneficial antioxidant.
Tip: For best results, chill for at least 4-5 hours before serving, the flavors develop more as it sits.
Tip: This will be sticky so it’s best to transfer this to whatever you’re going to store it in so that the pot can be cleaned while it’s still warm. I highly advise against using plastic to store this, pyrex is preferable. Plastic will likely melt and be hard to deal with once it cools.
Learn more healthy recipes and nutritional facts at our Healthy Eats section.