100g cubed pancetta
750g Brussels sprouts, trimmed
400ml chicken stock
Fry the pancetta in a large non-stick frying pan for 4-5 mins until crispy and golden, then add the Brussels sprouts and cook for a further min. Pour in the chicken stock and simmer for 15-20 mins until the sprouts are tender and the stock has reduced. Melt in the butter, season well and serve.
Make ahead and reheat in the microwave in a covered dish for 3-4 mins on High.
Recipe suggestion from here
Read more about Brussels Sprouts here
You may like to eat this dish with these simply cooked chicken drumsticks
see recipe here
All the best Jan
Now you're talking. They sound delicious, I'm definitely going to try that.
Love your recipes Jan, they are so much healthy and appreciated for this!
Hope you are doing fine,
Enjoy the day
A very different way of cooking sprouts for me but definitely one I would like to try. Thank you for these delicious recipes :)
brussels sprouts, cooked the right way, are delicious. and how can you lose adding pancetta!!!! the chicken looks good and healthy!!!!
I have gotten so many good ideas from reading your recipes. Never tried pancetta.
I've never tried buttered sprouts before, sounds delicious. And that chicken looks very good. You know, chicken is my favorite meat, and I'm always wanting to try new and different ways to make it. It sounds like you cook a lot, that's wonderful.
Have a nice Autumn week, Jan.
I love brussels sprouts. This looks like a great recipe.
Thank you all so much for leaving your thoughts and comments here, it is lovely to receive, read and share them.
Jo - yes buttered sprouts with pancetta ... delicious!
Olympia - so pleased you enjoy the recipes. I am doing fine, thank you.
Denise - glad you liked the sound of this recipe idea - hope you enjoy it soon.
Debbie - this meal is a winner, a great mix of low carb foods.
R&L - do try pancetta it goes so well in many recipes.
Sheri - these buttered sprouts do taste good, a great accompaniment for chicken,
Amy - glad you liked the recipe idea ... enjoy.
Thanks once again for your comments - enjoy the week.
All the best Jan
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