You can’t have Christmas Dinner without a bowl of sprouts, but let’s face it, when boiled and soggy they really do live up to Nigel Slater’s scathing description: “Why are you even thinking of buying a bag of pungent, watery balls that give you wind?”.
However, here’s a method of cooking which I’ve found transforms them into something completely different. Crunchy, with golden crispy edges and flavoured with ginger and sesame seeds, there’s absolutely nothing stinky about these little beauties!
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Here’s a challenge for you…. I bet you can get these two gorgeous dishes on the table from scratch in less time than it takes to order a Chinese takeaway and have it delivered.
Yes, I know its not exactly the same as ordering a takeaway, in that you have to actually do some work in the kitchen. But I can guarantee these two dishes will be piping hot, cooked from scratch with super-fresh ingredients, less greasy, less salty and significantly cheaper than most takeaways I’ve had recently. (You can treat yourself to a very nice bottle of wine with the savings!). So what’s on the menu? Continue reading “Recipe: Spicy Sesame & Edamame Noodles with Black Bean Tenderstem”