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Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate

ingredients

servings

2

Brussels sprouts

500 oz

Feta cheese

150 oz

Pomegranates

1 half

Extra virgin olive oil

2 spoons

Lemons

1 unit

Salt

to taste

single courses from Italy

Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate

Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate

vegetarian with lactose source of B vitamins high in calcium source of C vitamins high in potassium high in phosphorus

ready in

30 minutes

difficulty

daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate

The sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate are a delicious dish based on the two typically winter ingredients and very rich in nutrition, namely brussels sprouts and pomegranate. The sprouts are real miniature cabbage and maybe it is their size that makes them good !!!

Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate step 1

step 1

Making the sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate is very simple. Clean the sprouts by removing some harder outer leaves, then boil them for 5 minutes in plenty of salted water.

Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate step 2

step 2

Drain them, dip them in a basin with cold water and let them cool on a kitchen cloth. Let's divide them now in half or if they are large in three parts.

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Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate step 3

step 3

Put them in a non-stick pan and saute them a few minutes on a high flame together with a tablespoon of oil, taking care not to break them.

Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate step 4

step 4

I calculated that I put them in a single plane and turned them one at a time. Once you have taken a golden color, transfer it to a serving dish and add the feta cheese into pieces and the pomegranate shelled.

Sprouts with Greek feta and pomegranate step 5

step 5

Let's make a light emulsion with the juice of a lemon a tablespoon of oil and a pinch of salt and distribute it over our sprouts. Benenon remains that enjoy this typical winter dish that let me say the gold in the mouth!

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