You are going to love The Farmer’s Daughter Recipe.

My father is not really a farmer. Like a farmer, though, my dad works damn hard. He is by far one of the hardest working men I have ever known.

I grew up in the country on dusty, gravel roads. Three sides of our house were fenced in by cornfields.

Compared to the life I know now, I was kind of a farmer’s daughter.

I think I got my work ethic from my father.

And so I ran with this idea about a month ago.

You can, too, with just 5 main ingredients. No hard work necessary.

Brussels sprouts.

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Pure bacon.

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Raw hazelnuts.

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Organic eggs.

Organic Eggs

And my beloved sage for good measures.

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Those simple 5 ingredients will produce….

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The Farmer’s Daughter Recipe

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p.s. Because I’m so honest, you should know that my father would never actually eat this. He hates eggs. And Brussels sprouts. He probably hates hazelnuts and sage, too. But I can guarantee he’d eat the bacon.

Ryan and I on the other hand? Gone in an instant.

The Farmer's Daughter Recipe
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A simple Paleo dish to serve in a hurry or as a side for a larger event, complete with bacon, Brussels sprouts, and poached eggs.
Ingredients
  • 3 cups Brussels sprouts, only the leaves
  • ½ cup raw hazelnuts, halved
  • 1 cup bacon, cut into small pieces
  • 2 organic eggs
  • 1 Tbsp fresh, chopped sage (1/2 Tbsp per plate)
  • 1 Tbsp olive oil
  • sea salt, to taste
  • pepper, to taste
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Toss the Brussels sprout leaves and ½ Tbsp olive oil in a bowl. Sprinkle with a little sea salt.
  3. Spread the leaves out in a single, thin layer and evenly on a tinfoil-covered sheet.
  4. Bake Brussels sprout leaves for about 6 minutes (you want them to be slightly crispy).
  5. Meanwhile, fry the bacon in a pan (I didn't use any oil or anything since the bacon will produce its own grease).
  6. In another pan, saute the hazelnuts in ½ Tbsp olive oil.
  7. Poach 2 eggs.
  8. Once all pieces are done, plate them as such: leaves on the bottom, then bacon, then hazelnuts. Top with egg, sage and sea salt + pepper (if desired)
Notes
How to get Brussels sprout "leaves:" Cut off Brussels sprout ends. Several leaves will gently fall off. Use those. {Steam the "leftover" sprouts to eat later}
Don't judge, but I had never poached an egg before this day. I learned in a quick minute how to do it via, "How to Poach an Egg-Food Network" (Clearly I'm already a pro.)

 

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Xox,
SKH

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5 Comments

  1. Wow. That looks truly delicious! I love those bacon bits ‘n’ pieces at TJ’s – so handy for recipes like this. Chopping bacon is a pain in the butt, and once it’s browned, I have a hard time not snitching it as I’m supposed to be crumbling it up for a recipe . . . this alleviates those issues!

    1. Well, it only alleviates it a little bit. Trust me, we were still snatching up little bites here and there!

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