Marcus Samuelsson: Fast Side Dishes
Marcus Samuelsson's great, fast fall side dishes.
Marcus Samuelsson talks about great, quick side dishes at the 2011 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen.
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If you do some Brussel sprouts with a little bit
of bacon, it can be turkey bacon, then add in
some sour dried cranberries. Now, you have sweet, you have
tart, and you really roast the Brussel sprouts. That takes
15 minutes. You finish it off with a little bit
of nuts, let's say walnuts something like that, and finish
it up with walnut oil. This is delicious. You can
have it all year round. Sweet potato mash, right. A
little bit of nut meg, you cook the sweet potato
mash, you blend it between sweet potatoes, a regular potato,
a little bit of garlic, some milk, and coconut milk.
And you simmer this together and then you're going to
just mash it up. Add a little bit of nut
meg. Even Indian garam masala, which you can find in
any store. You have the most flavorful mash. Again, next
day, you can roll them up and turn them into
fritters, absolutely delicious.