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Brussels Sprouts Subji

1 tablespoon oil
1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds
1/2 teaspoon hing (an Indian spice)
1 jalapeno pepper, quartered
1 cubic inch of ginger
4 cups of brussels sprouts, with their ends cut off and bad leaves removed
salt

Put the oil in a pot, over a stove on high heat. Heat it for a bit,
then add the mustard seeds and stir in the hing. Wait for the
mustard seeds to start loudly popping. This is called making a
chaunk. Now add in the jalapeno quarters and the ginger. Sautee
these things for a little while (like 30 secs) to bring the flavor
of the spices into the oil.

Now, add in the brussels sprouts. Cook them on high heat for around
2 minutes; then cover the pot, turn the flame to low heat and let
the vegetables cook in their own juices. During this time, add in
about 1 teaspoon of salt. The sprouts are ready when you can easily
cut through one with a fork. This should take about 7-10 minutes.
Then, the sprouts are ready to serve.

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