I'm all about brussels sprouts this season. Camille Styles' latest 10 best brussels sprout recipes
was my calling for the next best side dish for your Thanksgivukkah (or breakfast) table, thanks to a pick from Joy the Baker
. The hash is light yet flavorful, and its earthiness drives the dish home, especially if you add cremini mushrooms. Plus, leftovers call for a lovely breakfast hash with a fried egg on top. This one's a winner!
brussels sprout hash
Makes 2 servings
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 small shallot, minced
2 big handfuls cremini mushrooms
1 clove garlic, minced
3 big handfuls brussels sprouts
Salt and pepper to taste
Juice of half a lemon
1 scant tablespoon olive oil
2 large eggs (if making for breakfast - see photo below)
1. Wipe mushrooms with a moist paper towel to remove any excess dirt. Slice mushrooms into quarters. Set aside. Rinse brussels sprouts. Slice sprouts into ribbons by thinly slicing horizontally from top to bottom. Set aside.
2. In a medium skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat. Add shallots and cook until translucent and just browned, about 4 minutes. Add mushrooms and a pinch of salt. Cook down until mushrooms are softened and beginning to brown. Add garlic and cook for one minute more.
3. Add brussels sprout ribbons and increase heat to medium-high. Toss to combine and cook until brussels and mushrooms are softened and extra browned. Remove from heat, add lemon juice, and toss.
4. Fry two eggs in skillet and place on top of each serving, if desired for a post-Thanksgivukkah leftover breakfast.
adapted from joy the baker