My favorite Brussel sprouts recipe with shoyu and lemon. Shoyu is soy sauce in Japanese. If you are gluten-free, please use tamari shoyu.
If I had yuzu or sudachi citrus, I would use it instead of lemon.
photo by sudachi.net
Or you can purchase organic yuzu juice from here. You can make yuzunade mix yuzu juice with honey or your favorite sweetener and sparkling water. It is so tasty!
Here is the recipe!
Pan-fried Brussel sprouts with lemon
20-25 halved (or cut into four) Brussel sprouts
Garlic, chopped 1 teaspoon
Olive oil 3 Tablespoons
Water 1 cup
Green scallions, chopped 1/2 cup
Lemon Shoyu 2 Tablespoons
- shoyu 1/2 cup
- lemon juice 1/3 cup
- mirin (sweet cooking sake) 2 Tablespoons, or other sweetener if you like.
Directions: 1. Sauté garlic and Brussel sprouts with olive oil and a bit of salt and pepper over medium-high heat.
2. Cook until sprouts turned brown and add water. Cook for 20 minutes with a lid.
3. Add chopped green scallions and lemon shoyu. Cover with a lid and cook 1 minute.