As a kid my grandmother used to fix brussel sprouts on a regular basis. The only way she could get me to eat even one was to smother it in cheese! I am a little older now and actually enjoy vegetables like cabbage, asparagus, and brussel sprouts, especially if I can figure out how to smother them in cheese!
I had some fresh brussel sprouts in the fridge and was looking for a creative way to prepare them for lunch one afternoon, and I whipped up this exciting grilled cheese spin-off.
Wineparrot suggests you pair it with…
Malbec is typically a medium-bodied to full-bodied red wine with red fruit flavors of plum and blackberry jam. Its aroma consists of earth and chocolate.
Malbec pairs very well with all types of red meats such as barbecued beef, grilled steak, fillet mignon, flank steak, roast beef, prime rib and pot roast. It also works well with stews such as beef bourguignon and stroganoff. Roast leg of lamb and grilled lamb chops are also good accompaniment.