What is the boiling time for Brussels sprouts?
Fresh Brussels sprouts should be boiled for 5 to 7 minutes. Frozen Brussels sprouts should be boiled for 10 to 12 minutes.
Delicious facts about Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts was called by a Swedish physician and naturalist, the creator of a unified system of flora and fauna Carl Linnaeus in honor to Brussels residents. The name was mentioned for the first time in 1821.
Brussels sprouts is very healthy, it contains almost all vitamins, amino acids and minerals.
Brussels sprouts is particularly rich in vitamin C, carotene, potassium, magnesium and iron.
Brussels sprouts is also healthy because it contains a lot of fiber.
Brussels sprouts in Batter
The ingredients of the sprouts in batter:
400 gr. of frozen or fresh sprouts,
Eggs - 3 pcs. (needed proteins)
flour - 3-4 tablespoons,
sour cream - 1 tsp.
Brussels Sprouts in Batter Recipe:
Cook Brussels sprouts, cool it and slightly dry. Whisk egg whites, flour and sour cream - you should get a fairly thick mixture so that it does not drip of the cabbage. Dip the cabbage in batter, put it in the pan and place over medium heat, turning regularly. Broil for 7 minutes.