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On the other hand, they are exceptionally tasty if cooked the right way. I recommend steamed (or in the microwave) with [[chicken stock]] and [[saffron]]. Unlike a lot of other green [[vegetables]] they need to be cooked thoroughly so give them a proper blasting.
 
On the other hand, they are exceptionally tasty if cooked the right way. I recommend steamed (or in the microwave) with [[chicken stock]] and [[saffron]]. Unlike a lot of other green [[vegetables]] they need to be cooked thoroughly so give them a proper blasting.
   
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Revision as of 17:39, 29 April 2006

The earliest records of Brussel sprouts go back only as far as about 1800, and so are generally considered to be out of period. They are a biennial plant, and their strong flavour, typical of the brassica family, makes them highly unpopular.

On the other hand, they are exceptionally tasty if cooked the right way. I recommend steamed (or in the microwave) with chicken stock and saffron. Unlike a lot of other green vegetables they need to be cooked thoroughly so give them a proper blasting.