Yup, I just used pizza and brussels sprouts in the same sentence-don’t hate me. I stumbled upon this easy dish last night, and had to share. Initially, it was just going to be shredded sprouts sautéed in grass-fed butter with garlic, because I wanted something tasty and quick. Then I thought I might add something else for flavor, and decided to cut some sun-dried tomatoes I had and let them cook in the butter to soften:
THEN it really smelled like pizza-so I tried a tomato, and sure enough, it tasted like tomato sauce/buttery crust pizza-ish. I almost, ALMOST added the rest of the tomatoes and just ate those, but then decided to stick to the original plan, and added the sprouts.
THEN, it tasted like a veggie pizza. What?! Must make again.
Pizza Brussels Sprouts
- grass-fed butter (a decent chunk from a large bar, don’t be afraid)
- 1/2 a bag of sun-dried tomatoes, cut into pieces (I use Melissa’s)
- 1 bag of shredded brussels sprouts
- Garlic powder
- Sea salt/black pepper
Start by melting the butter in a sauté pan, then cut (with kitchen shears, directly over the pan), the sun-dried tomatoes into the butter. Saute for about 10 minutes over low-medium heat, adding a good amount of garlic powder and oregano. It will smell heavenly. Then dump the bag of sprouts in and continue sautéing over medium heat until the sprouts start to brown. Season with a little salt and pepper! I ate it all by myself. Ooops.