Pan-seared Brussels Sprouts with Apples, Bacon, Shallots and Rosemary | PCC Natural Markets

Pan-seared Brussels Sprouts with Apples, Bacon, Shallots and Rosemary

Serves: 6 to 8

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The glowing colors of crisp, red apples and cranberries set against the earthy green of the Brussels sprouts definitely will brighten up your table.



Cook Brussels sprouts in boiling, salted water 3 to 4 minutes or until tender but still bright green. Refresh in cold water and drain.

In a heavy sauté pan, cook bacon until lightly crisped over medium heat. Remove from the pan. Pour off excess bacon fat.

Place the sauté pan back over medium heat and add olive oil. Stir in shallots, apples and rosemary and cook about 3 minutes, until shallots are pale gold. Stir in Brussels sprouts and toss to heat through. Add hazelnuts, cranberries and crisped bacon and cook for 1 minute. Stir in maple syrup and wine or vinegar. Season with salt and pepper.

Recipe by Lynne Vea, PCC Chef

Source: Demonstrated on KING 5's "Gardening with Ciscoe" show, which aired on November 20, 2010.

More about: apples, bacon, Brussels sprouts, cruciferous vegetables, holidays, shallots


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This was outstanding, hardly

This was outstanding, hardly any leftovers. Will be making this often. I almost over cooked them , but the flavor was still great.

Brussel sprouts

I'm not fond of Brussel sprouts but this recipe looks delicious. I may try roasting them as suggested. That should prevent sogginess.

Brussels Sprouts

These were amazingly delicious, and quick to fix if you prep the ingredients ahead of time. The recipe should have the apple cider in it also, added with the maple syrup. I definitely prefer to toast the hazelnuts before adding- they are sweeter this way. Thanks Lynne for "developing" this recipe just in time for my Thanksgiving dinner!

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