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This recipe makes a delicious side dish to any meal and only requires a few ingredients. Swap out your usual side salad for these dressed-up Brussels sprouts, a cruciferous vegetable that may aid in reducing cancer risk and improve cancer survival.
Grocery Shopping List
- Brussels sprouts
- Pantry ingredients: olive oil, apple cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, honey, salt, pepper
- 2 pounds Brussels sprouts, sliced thin or shredded using a food processor
- 2 leeks (slice the white part thinly)
- 3 tbsp olive oil
- 2 tbsp tahini
- ¼ cup apple cider vinegar
- ¼ cup water
- 1 tbsp honey
- 2 tbsp Dijon mustard
- salt, to taste
- ½ tsp pepper
- Heat olive oil in a large saucepan. Add leeks and cook until vibrant and tender (about 8-10 minutes)
- Add the Brussels sprouts into the same pan and cook until tender
- Combine the dressing ingredients in a small mason jar or covered container and shake well
- Pour the dressing over your cooked veggies and toss until coated
- Serve and enjoy!
- 6 servings
Nutrition Information Per Serving:
- Calories: 141 calories
- Protein: 3 g
- Sodium: 126 mg
- Carbohydrate: 9 g
- Fiber: 3 g
- Fat: 11 g
- Sat Fat: 2 g
Recipe by Alyssa Tisdale, Dietetic Intern
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