Don't you feel that we are going through a "I want to eat only comfort food" phase? You know, these days that you return at home and only the though of cooking kills you and that you want to eat only chocolate? And you make the food that requires the minimum fuss and energy. Sometimes you make pasta and sometimes you eat the previous day's leftovers. What about turning your leftovers in something really tasty and not eating pasta (again)?
Ingredients (1 serving):
:: 250 gr. brussels sprouts
:: chicken breast in little pieces (leftovers)
:: 200 gr. of melting cheese (I used goat and Brie cheese)
:: 2 tbsp. red wine
:: 2 tbsp. raspberry or pomegranate juice
:: 1/2 tbsp. flour
:: olive oil
:: rosemary, salt, pepper
Clean the brussels sprouts and cut them in 4 pieces. Cut the meat and stir it with the sprouts (If you only have raw fresh meat, give it a boil for 15' before continuing.). Then drizzle the sprouts and the meat lightly with olive oil, salt and freshly ground pepper and put them in the oven at 180C for 20'-30'. Stir frequently so all parts get golden brown; you want crunching meat and sprouts.
In the meantime, take a pan and over low heat, add the wine and chopped cheese and start to stir. Mix it the juice with the flour and pour this uniform batter in the mixture that lightly boils. Continue to stir, season and add 2-3 chopped leaves of rosemary.
Remove the food from the oven, pour your thick delicious sauceand enjoy while warm.