Brussels Sprouts Chiffonade With Bacon, Garlic and Shallots

Chiffonade means shredding green leaves finely - and it's a great, and unusual way, of cooking sprouts. Try it this Christmas!

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  • Cut the trimmed Brussel sprouts into fine shreds (the chiffonade!).
  • Heat the olive oil and melt the butter into it.
  • Add the shallots, garlic and bacon.
  • Cook for 3-4 mins until the shallot is softened.
  • Add the chiffonade of sprouts and stir for 5-10 mins until cooked through.
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"Chiffonade means shredding green leaves finely - and it's a great, and unusual way, of cooking sprouts. Try it this Christmas!"
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  1. Emma S.
    My daughter loves to make this every year for Christmas dinner. It is absolutely beautiful! Wouldn't have the sprouts any other way now!
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  2. English_Rose
    Chiffonade means shredding green leaves finely - and it's a great, and unusual way, of cooking sprouts. Try it this Christmas!
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