Naual Hansen

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Stew made of brussels sprouts & dehydrated chunks


   This is one lovely stew made of brussels sprouts and TVP (soy and peas) chunks that is wonderfully cozy and perfect for these snowy winter days. It is salty with a soft consistency of chunks and brussel sprouts,  it has a gorgeous taste of fried paprika powder and fried garlic mixed with the taste of tomato juice and the mild taste of brussel sprouts. It reminds me of goulash quite a lot.

   Occasionally I make it in a pressure cooker because it saves a lot of time and delivers wonderful taste. I prepare it in a pot as well and it is equally delicious, as it is in general by cooking in a pressure cooker. All you need is chopped onions, brussel sprouts, some oil and tomato paste, and seasonings that are usually present in almost every home. The whole process doesn’t take longer than 40 min., and in case of using pressure cooker – it takes only 20 to max. 25 min.
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Wonderfull & delicious stew made of brussels sprouts & dehydrated chunks
Cook Time 20 minutes
Course Main Course
Servings 3 servings


  • preasure cooker, or a pot


  • Sautee onions in a bit of water (4-5 tbsp.) for 3-4 min, add cleaned brussels sprouts, tvp chunks and bouillon cube and stir well. Add tomato paste, salt and pepper, stir well and let it cook for 35 min (in a pressure cooker fpr 15-20 min).
  • In a separate small pot warm up 4 tbsp. of oil, add chopped garlic and fry it for 10 seconds. Add red paprika powder and stir briefly, then immediately remove it from the stove and immediately pour that mixture into the pot with brussels sproutst. Stir all well making sure that all lumps are dissolved and whole paprika and garlic are out of the pot. Serve warm. Store it in the fridge for up to 3 days.

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