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Title: Brussel sprouts with Hefe
Post by: babalu87 on May 26, 2010, 06:41:41 am
Made these the other night and they were VERY TASTY

Got my wok going with some olive oil and added three cloves of garlic to the cold oil.
Once the garlic browned up a little I took it out and added the sprouts.
Stir fried them for a bit until the outer layers got all brown and caramelized.
Was going to add water and steam them a little but since I had half a liter of Hefeweizen in my hand , I though why not.
Added about half of that and put the lid on the wok.
Cooked until they were starting to get tender then removed the lid to allow most of the beer to evaporate.
Added some more olive oil, half a Vidalia onion and stir fried until the onion softened.
To that I put one 14 oz can of diced tomatoes with garlic and chile pepper.
Lid back on for 5 minutes and then removed until the tomato was cooked down to a thick sauce.

It was really outstanding, just a hint of the clove from the Hefeweizen made it very interesting.
Title: Re: Brussel sprouts with Hefe
Post by: bluesman on May 26, 2010, 09:06:24 am
Sounds very tasty. I was even thinking a Barleywine would work too. Lotsa flava!
Title: Re: Brussel sprouts with Hefe
Post by: euge on June 02, 2010, 11:19:31 am
Interesting. What was it served with?
Title: Re: Brussel sprouts with Hefe
Post by: babalu87 on June 02, 2010, 08:56:20 pm
BBQ chicken