Recipe: Brussels sprouts gratin with tarragon

Vegetable recipes with herbs
December 30, 2009

Brussels sproutsA newborn plant from my sowing on paper towels: Brussels sprouts.

I love them and I hope to harvest many of them next autumn. I think I will cook them like these.

Brussels sprouts gratin with tarragon

Brussels sprouts gratin with tarragon

Serves four:
500g Brussels sprouts
150ml milk
1 egg
3 tbsp flour
3 tbsp single cream
2 tbsp tarragon leaves
3 tbsp parmesan, grated

Beat the egg with the flour, milk and single cream and cook in a small pan. Let thicken for 5-10 minutes.
Remove from heat and add tarragon leaves and grated parmesan.
Discard the external leaves from Brussels sprouts, and cut them into half.
Put them in a buttered small baking pan and cover with the tarragon sauce.
Grill-bake for 20-25 minutes.

Brussels sprouts savory Pie with sageA similar recipe:

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Author: Haalo (URL)

Love the idea of brussels sprouts gratin, makes me wish they were in season

Author: tigerfish (URL)

I usually just roast or steam my brussel sprouts with spices. Thanks for another great creation of brussel sprouts.

Author: Joanne (URL)

I m pretty sure that putting the word gratin on the end of any recipe makes it taste better. Looks delicious!

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