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Brussels sprouts, with cheese

Brussels sprouts, with cheese created by kymgerberich

This isn't mine, at all. A dear cyberfriend, in Hamburg, Germany, gave me this, in chat. Try it.

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  • Blanch the Brussels sprouts for 2 or 3 minutes, in boiling water with some salt, and a bit of fresh garlic.
  • Remove, and drain on paper.
  • Place them on a cookie sheet, and place a thin slice of cheddar, or gouda cheese on top of each. Line the cookie sheet with aluminum foil, if you wish."
  • Place them in the oven, under the broiler, until the cheese melts, and bubbles.
  • Remove, and serve.
  • Enjoy.
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  1. kymgerberich
    The taste is great!! I would recommend serving straight from the pan. Transferring to a bowl is not the best idea! Thanks, John for making my DSF remember his childhood!
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  2. kymgerberich
    Brussels sprouts, with cheese Created by kymgerberich
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  3. Chef Smig52
    I modified this a bit due to what I had in the fridge. I used 1 lb bag of frozen brussel sprouts and a 1 lb bag of pearl onions. Instead of bacon I used aboout 4 inches of abruzze sausage and instead of cheddar I used a medium sharp italian grating cheese. This came out extreamly flavorful. It's a keeper.
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  4. Chef Smig52
    I modified this a bit due to what I had in the fridge. I used 1 lb bag of frozen brussel sprouts and a 1 lb bag of pearl onions. Instead of bacon I used aboout 4 inches of abruzze sausage and instead of cheddar I used a medium sharp italian grating cheese. This came out extreamly flavorful. It's a keeper.
    Reply
  5. John Skrable
    This isn't mine, at all. A dear cyberfriend, in Hamburg, Germany, gave me this, in chat. Try it.
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