For someone like me that loves cabbage, I found it disturbing that Brussels sprouts made me want to vomit. Yes, I would rather eat a shoe than eat one of those little suckers. I gave myself a challenge today, try those punks one more time. I promise this recipe is so good, kids will eat them! Mine did, and boy was I hella surprised. So stop being a chicken, and give these green balls o’ fun one more chance.
16 balls o’ fun
4 cloves of garlic, minced
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp mirin
1 tbsp toasted sesame oil
1/4 cup sesame seeds
Trim the rough ends of your balls. Heat a skillet with the olive oil and add garlic.
Once garlic starts to brown, add the balls & mirin.
Cook for 15 minutes. You may need to add a little water if your balls start to get sticky.
Remove from heat and place into a bowl, toss with the sesame oil and seeds.
Season with salt and serve your balls nice n warm.
Recipe from a book called Clean Food by Terry Walters.
4 servings, info is per serving accounting for 1 tbsp of olive oil cooking out
fat: 11.4 grams
sat fat: 1.6 grams
cholesterol: 0 grams
sodium: 32.5 grams (if you don’t salt- I can’t account for how salty you like your food!)
carbs: 8.6 grams
fiber: 2.3 grams
sugars: 2.1 grams
protein: 3 grams