Quick sauteed Brussel Sprouts with Raisins

This is another example of good ingreidents and very simple cooking method.  I rather like these guys- they are like mini cabbages!  These are a great nutritious vegetable that is available in the winter.

As long as they were purchased fresh and not overcooked I think they have a lot of potential.  In fact, I even ate this for breakfast one day!!


Wash brussel sprouts. Slice them using food processor slicing disc.  This step can be done ahead and sliced brussel sprouts can be refrigerated.

Heat a saute pan over high heat. 

Add some good quality olive oil.  Now pour in the sliced brussel sprouts. Sprinkle sea salt. Optionally crush 1 clove garlic. Stir. 

As it is hot, the greens should wilt. Stir occasionally. They should cook in less than 4 minutes- you aren't looking for fully done, but rather to take the raw edge off and brown some of the parts. 

Add golden raisins and heat through (60 seconds or less). Then turn out onto a plate and serve hot. 

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