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cooking sprouts with garlic

Who gave me a recipe and what was it ?

I thought I had made a note of it, but can´t find it

Found it. Easy peasy



sprouts par-boiled, then sliced and pan-fried in garlic to finish them? Different vegetable.
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And taken with Horseradish sauce. Even better.

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Not sure if I will like that Ray, the horse radish sauce my Dad used to make was very strong and I never ate it.
We have creamed horse radish in the fridge, maybe thats different.

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Par boil them then add to a frying pan used to fry some Cumberland sausage meat, chestnuts, chopped eating apple and a couple of chopped sage leaves.

Yum Yum, even the grandkids woofed it down.

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Par boil them then add to a frying pan used to fry some Cumberland sausage meat, chestnuts, chopped eating apple and a couple of chopped sage leaves.

Yum Yum, even the grandkids woofed it down.

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Aint got no Cumberland sausage or chestnuts or sage leaves, which only leaves the apple

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Who gave me a recipe and what was it ?

I thought I had made a note of it, but can´t find it

Found it. Easy peasy



sprouts par-boiled, then sliced and pan-fried in garlic to finish them? Different vegetable.



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We often do much the same with cabbage, Jan. Slice it and sweat it down with butter and garlic for about twenty minutes. Even Chris eats his greens then!

A friend swears by putting vinegar on all cooked greens to help them become palatable.
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