Here is all you need:
1 - 2 large sweet potatoes
1 bag of Brussel sprouts [1 lb. can be used more than once]
1 Shallot [as much as you like to taste, I love this flavor]
S&P to taste
I typically will cube the sweet potatoes in 1/4 inch pieces, cut the sprouts in half and mince the shallots.
Then brown the shallots in a little butter in a frying pan, adding the vegetables just before they get too dark.
I do NOT add the vinegar right away but wait until the end when everything is basically cooked through. Lower the heat and drizzle some over the dish, mixing it up afterwards.
I am always a fan of adding bacon to dishes and this is no exception, its reallllly good with bacon crumbled on top or some fried pancetta!!
This also great brain food, these little mini cabbages are a super food and a great source of fiber, low in sodium and cholesterol free! A part of the cruciferous family, research has suggested that they have phytochemicals [plant compounds with protective properties] in them also.
This tasty, fast, affordable and healthy.. A win, win, win, win for the starving student, and trust me! Try this once and you will change your mind about those brussel sprouts!