Sooka masala lamb, Brussels sprouts with cumin and mustard, and —ahem— “Italian naan” 😉

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Arthur vdH
about 1 year

They do have a bad name indeed, @Jo dunn . There’s even a word in Dutch, “spruitjeslucht”, that refers to the odour of overcooked sprouts. It calls to mind the boring life, the conservatism and the narrowmindedness of the ‘50s. No way @Hari Ghotra ‘s sprouts would get thát association!

Jo dunn
about 1 year

Your sprouts recipe sounds really good @Arthur vdH. We'll have to try each others!!!! 😁 I bought sprouts which were so ultra fresh that I just rinsed them in the sink and then threw them in the pan as they were, no peeling, no cutting, no faffing about, nothing, just tossed them in 2 sliced garlic cloves, salt and butter, before adding them to a @Hari Ghotra style masala sauce. Quick and easy (also delicious). But the nutmeg and mustard sounds good too. Love sprouts. They have a bad name, and should never be boiled, imo, never drowned and spoiled in water, always braised in butter, or oil( or masala)!!!. 💕

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

Amazing to hear that @Arthur vdH 😋

Arthur vdH
about 1 year

I did, @Hari Ghotra . I’m used to eating sprouts the Dutch way, with either a bit of nutmeg or a dollop of mustard (only not cooked to mush as would be really traditional Dutch style). The mustard seeds link to that, but the cumin and the garlic and ginger really take it to another level. Love the heat and also the sweetness of the onions. Oh, and it’s really quick to make (if you’re lazy like me and buy pre-cleaned sprouts and skip the halving).

In short: I love it!

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

Getting festive @Arthur vdH - did you like the sprouts?

Jo dunn
about 1 year

Why not?! @Arthur vdH 💕love it. hooray! 😀

victoria.darragh
about 1 year

Love the look of this dish and I love sprouts too! 😋👩🏻‍🍳

traceyross
about 1 year

Yum looks tasty, love the bread too 😋

joncrewgee
about 1 year

A good bit of bread compliments any meal 🤗

latif
about 1 year

Looks delicious @Arthur vdH! That “Italian naan” must have tasted fantastic, I bet!!!!