Brussel Sprouts & Pancetta

Brussel Sprouts & Pancetta Recipe

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Loretta Mabus


Fast & East, good to get kids to eat vegetable..


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15 Min


How to Make Brussel Sprouts & Pancetta


  1. chop brussel sprouts(I use a food processer-faster). After chopping, place chopped sprouts & diced pancetta in fry pan w/little olive oil. Cook on low/medium heat, til sprouts & pancetta cooked thoroughly. Use a spatula or flat utensil to keep tossing ingredients. This is recipe from my neice, no specific amounts, amount of sprouts & pancetta vary according to your number servings desired.
    I use 1 bag of frozen brussels sprouts(thawed), you can use fresh brussel sprouts, either are good to use. To save time, I chop the brussel sprouts in food processor. Also, sometimes I purchase already diced pancetta.This is good recipe to get kids to eat a vegetable. I hope you like & can understand the simple directions-this is my 1st posting.

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About Brussel Sprouts & Pancetta

Course/Dish: Vegetables
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Gluten-Free
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy

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