Side DishesSide or Main CourseVegetarian

Pressure Cooker Brussel Sprouts with Pine Nuts & Pomegranate Seeds

Are you always on the go?

Or maybe tired of the  same old veggie sides?

These pressure cooker brussel sprouts is a total saver.

Quite literally!

Aside from instant noodle bowl, what else can you make in less than 5 minutes??

Brussel sprouts cook in pressure cooker for 3-4 minutes while maintaining all vitamins and important elements!

Combined with extra virgin olive oil, pine nuts and pomegranate seeds this dish becomes just a powerhouse of nutrients.

And all that, without sacrificing the taste.

Delicate and creamy as you expect steamed brussel sprouts to be, they are paired with a little tanginess of pine nuts and sweetness of pomegranate seeds.

And guess what?

They go PERFECTLY with meat, fish or all on its own.

5 Minute Pressure Cooker Brussel Sprouts - Like You Never Tried Them Before!!

Pressure Cooker Brussel Sprouts with Pine Nuts & Pomegranate Seeds

Five Minute Pressure Cooker Brussel Sprouts - like you never had them before!
Prep Time2 mins
Cook Time3 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: Italian
Servings: 4

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Wash fresh brussel sprouts under cold running water.
  • Cut of the tip of the root end and remove a few outer leaves that might have dirt and imperfections. Be careful not to cut too much off of the stem so most of the leaves still hold together.
  • If brussel sprouts are big enough, cut each in half. The smaller ones can remain whole.
  • Preheat your pressure cooker on “Sautee”.
  • Add water and place a steam rack inside.
  • Place brussel sprouts on the steam rack and close the lid.
  • Cook brussel sprouts in pressure cooker mode for 3-4 minutes (depending on the size).
  • Once ready arrange them on the serving plate, drizzle with extra virgin olive oil, add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Top with pine nuts and pomegranate seeds.

5 Minute Pressure Cooker Brussel Sprouts - Like You Never Tried Them Before!!


If you like to add a bit more spiciness, instead of classic extra virgin olive oil try it with Garlic & Chili Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Yum-yum-yum!

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