I know so many people who do not like Brussels sprouts, I love them. Brussels sprouts are best when eaten young and tender and with bacon and butter.
The only thing that could improve on them is to have spectacular bacon and tonight I had pork rashers. Pork rashers aren’t exactly bacon but they are pork and they do have a lot of fat. In my mind pork rashers are a great bacon substitute. I mean who doesn’t like fat with their pork.
- Pork rashers
- Brussels sprouts
- Spread out the rashers and Brussels sprouts onto a baking tray
- Spray on some oil and add a little butter
- Cook in a benchtop oven at 200 °C for 1 hour
- Remove the pork and sprouts and allow to rest for 20 minutes
- Cut up some avocado
- Plate up and shoot a photograph
- Inhale the meal
- Wash the dishes
- Write the recipe
- Blog (verb)
The smooth creamy avocado went nicely with the tender juicy pork rasher and offset nicely the gentle sweet bitterness of the Brussels sprouts.
This is an incredibly quick and easy meal for one. While the food is in the oven you can put the washing on and do some tidying up.
On a cold Canberra night, this is a great simple meal to keep you full and happy.