Ethnic Edibles, Vegetarian

Stir Fried Brussel Sprouts

Posted by devagi

Brussel Sprouts are delicious to eat if cooked the right way.  Overcooked Brussel sprouts are a put off as they will smell of sulfur lightly. Cooking on high heat is one of the best ways as the sprouts release a beautiful flavor when in contact with the heat. Preferably use a cast iron or heavy bottomed pan or wok.

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1 Β½ tablespoon cooking oil

Β½ teaspoon cumin seeds

4-6 garlic cloves, sliced

300 g Brussel sprouts, washed and halved

salt and freshly ground black pepper


1.     Heat oil on medium heat in a heavy bottom wok or pan.

2.     Add in the cumin seeds and when it is aromatic, add in the garlic slices.

3.     SautΓ© briefly for a couple of seconds or until the garlic slices are aromatic.

4.     Add in the Brussel sprouts and sprinkle the salt and pepper in.

5.     Stir fry over very high heat until the edges of the sprouts caramelize lightly.

6.     Adjust seasoning and serve immediately.

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