LifeStyle

Cacio E Pepe Brussels Sprouts Should Be On Your Thanksgiving Menu this Year

I’m already obsessed with Brussels sprouts, but when you add parmesan, lemon zest, and hazelnuts to the mix… consider me dead. The fact that it’s almost November means we’ve got Thanksgiving on the brain, but this year we’re taking a slightly different approach to our recipes here on the site. Instead of inundating you guys with lots and lots of recipes to consider, we’re keeping it simple and sharing the exact menu I’m planning to make this year. The one salad, one turkey, one potato, etc., starting out with the only Cacio e Pepe Brussels Sprouts dish you ever need to make again!

This recipe is coming at you hot from my friend Tieghan Gerard’s cookbook, Half Baked Harvest Super Simple‘Cause heaven knows we could all use a little more simple in our lives once the holidays hit, am I right?

I love that this recipe uses shredded Brussels sprouts, which ensures that every leaf gets crispy and caramelized, and there’s zero mush factor which is clutch for people who still have bed memories of soggy steamed sprouts growing up. Tieghan is a genius at coming up with creative twists on familiar foods, and her “Cacio E Pepe” treatment on these riffs off the flavors found in the beloved pasta dish of the same name: butter, parmesan, lemon. With a hazelnut crunch, no less.

Scroll on for the recipe I’ll be serving up at our house this Thanksgiving, and stay tuned for the rest of my menu rolling out over the next two weeks. I am in full-on turkey day planning mode (and I LOVE it.)

And if you haven’t ordered Tieghan’s cookbook yet, get on it! This one has the same gorgeous photographs, food styling, and engaging storytelling we all know and love from her site, Half-Baked Harvest, but the recipes in this new book have fewer ingredients with tons of foolproof meal-prep tips and easy entertaining secrets.

This post was originally published on November 1, 2019, and has since been updated.




Source link

Related Articles

Back to top button