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10 Nutritious and Delicious Broccoli Recipes. by MyFitnessPal’s Recipes. February 27, 2017. 1 Comment. Share it: 5/5 (5) Sample rating item.

Kale has been the “it” vegetable for years, stealing the thunder from its other cruciferous cousins. But let’s not forget one of original superfoods — broccoli. Both the stalks and florets are. Store your fresh broccoli unwashed, dry, and tightly wrapped in a plastic bag it will stay fresh for up to two weeks. Broccoli is always healthy.

But the best way to maximize broccoli’s anti-cancer properties may be to give it a quick steam just 3 or 4 minutes. Here’s another 10-minute broccoli recipe: this time, it’s sauteed! Now, it sounds basic.

But you’ll be surprised at the amount of flavor it’s possible to get from perfectly cooking this healthy veggie. Broccoli. Find healthy, delicious broccoli recipes including steamed broccoli, roasted broccoli and broccoli soufflé. Healthier recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.

Up your cheesy broccoli side dish game with this from-scratch recipe for healthier broccoli casserole. A homemade light. Keyword: broccoli dishes, Broccoli recipes, roasted broccoli Follow Me on Social Mention @ErrensKitchen or tag #ErrensKitchen on Instagram Update Notes: This post was originally published in 2014, but was republished with new photos (old photos below), step by step instructions and tips, and video in June of 2018.

Delicious Healthy Broccoli Sides. These easy broccoli side dishes are some of our favorites; they do it deliciously with healthy ingredients and easy preparations. Air Fryer Roasted Broccoli & Cauliflower “This recipe works perfectly as written.” – Buckwheat Queen. Broccoli with Garlic Butter and Cashews “Absolutely delicious just as is. Roasted broccoli is so easy to make, and the florets come out of the oven deliciously golden brown, crisp, and tender.

I have a hard time not eating them all straight off the sheet pan, but they’re also a fantastic addition to all sorts of recipes and a yummy side dish on their own. Chicken and Broccoli with Dill Sauce. I’ve had this chicken and broccoli recipe for so many years, I don’t remember when I first made it. Serve it with a side of couscous or rice for a complete meal, or add some sliced mushrooms or carrots for.

Preheat oven to 425°. Cut broccoli crowns into quarters from top to bottom. Drizzle with oil; sprinkle with salt, pepper and pepper flakes.

Place in a parchment-lined 15x10x1-in. pan. Roast until crisp and tender, 10-12 minutes. Sprinkle with garlic; roast 5 minutes longer.

Beef and Broccoli is a popular Chinese takeout dish that shows up at our house regularly. We love an easy stir-fry dish for busy weeknights. And for those days we need a totally stove-free option, this slow cooker beef and broccoli and Instant Pot Beef and Broccoli are great options that let us skip that restaurant pick-up window..

This dish holds a very special place in my heart.

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Combine the broccoli, olive oil, 1 Tbsp of the spice trio, salt, pepper, and lemon zest in a large bowl.

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Steamed Broccoli with Lemon Butter Steamed broccoli is a classic, and this most nutritious of vegetables is delicious with a little lemon butter or, alternatively, a dash of olive oil and some hot chilli flakes.

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Lemon Broccoli 1 bunch broccoli, chopped 1/2 lemon 2 Tbspvegetable oil 1 Tbspolive oil 3 cloves fresh garlic, minced 1 cup tofu, sliced into bite size pieces (optional) salt and pepper Heat a skillet to medium high.

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While broccoli is cooking, combine garlic with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt and pepper in a small skillet.

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Add to that her passion for grated zucchini in olive oil with butter and nutmeg, her taste for broccoli with lemon butter sauce and her homemade recipe for chicken soup, and what do you get?

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BROCCOLI FRITTATA This recipe works for: Women’s Health, Fatigue Syndromes, Heart Health Makes 8 servings.

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Toss broccoli with 2 tablespoons oil, 1 teaspoon salt, ¼ teaspoon pepper, and sugar in bowl.

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Peel vigorously to remove fibrous sheath, slice and stir fry Broccoli is also good with other vegetables or served cold as a salad with vinaigrette Broccoli can also be blanched for two minutes, then baked in a cheese sauce consisting of milk, cheese, lemon juice, salt and pepper.

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Toss broccoli with remaining 2 tablespoons oil, sugar, ¼ teaspoon salt, and ⅛ teaspoon pepper.

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Toss broccoli pieces with oil, sugar, salt, and pepper.

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  • Thanks for sharing from Kenya wahhhhhhhhhhhhhh beautiful beautiful beautiful hats off to you very best be safe be caring be sharing be love blessed worldwide family heaven on earth souls beautiful blessed baby keep caring

  • Your husband is a lucky man, You’re a lovely young lady. I like doing this with cauliflower and broccoli on a charcoal grill. awesome flavor. Thanks for the video.

  • Thank you so much! A very simple and cristal clear recipe, it came out exactly as in your video! AND your broccoli stem soup video is perfect as well.
    I hated broccoli, now I love them!

  • I’m on a 30 day whole foods diet zero carbs sugar dairy etc. so you kinda helped me steam chicken and broccoli fast between double shifts and I added some Makoto ginger dressing it was incredible. Thanks

  • I’m absolutely going to try the slaw! I really don’t like broccoli because of the texture of the florets. I didn’t know you could eat the stalk so I’m very excited to try it!

  • Exactly what I was after as well, going to add asparagus, orange sweet potato cubes, sweet corn kernels,,, maybe a dip on the side for the chicken

  • Thank you for the recipe, that’s exactly what I had in mind when I searched for “broccoli masala recipe”!!! �� I’m Going to prepare them for dinner:)
    Love from Italy!

  • I tried it unfortunately in my place curry leaves were not there so garnish at the end with coriander leaves and add red capsicum too. Overall the taste was good and video is brief yet informative

  • Definitely gonna try this recipe. Side note: I learned from watching a Jacques Pepin cooking show that the inner part of the broccoli stem is quite tender and very edible. All you have to do is remove the tough outer portion of the stem with a vegetable peeler or a sharp knife. Thanks for posting this video BTW.

  • Great job very information tips you’re very attractive I know you’re only cooking with you could definitely spice ur lookup guy like a lady how looks good in the kitchen while cooking also Danielle sounds a lot better than Dani you definitely got something

  • I know this is a very old video. Same with Brussels sprouts etc.
    But I still use these tricks to make my salads more healthy and yummy (even with the misunderstood vegetables) ❤️

  • The parmesean or the parm/asiago/romano mixed cheeses are ALL loaded with salt. Some “fresh” grated parmesean or romano cheeses don’t have as much salt.

  • My word! This person said throw away half of the Broccoli! ���������� Dreadful waste of good food. You can slice the stems and cook with the florets or use it to make a a soup base. Do not throw it away.
    Stay safe.
    ����☘️

  • A lot of your recipes have a bunch of extravagant ingredients that I’m not to encorage to try but the first 2 of this video sound really good hehe

  • The broccoli stalk is my favorite part and it’s getting harder and harder to find in produce sections of grocery stores because everybody wants to spend big dollars on crowns. I couldn’t give a rat’s about crowns I ask them every time I go in you got any stems for me! Actually I found out what day Walmart at night when they close throws out their produce and some of it is beautifully fresh most of it is fresh and edible and some of it looks like it was just put out! I said instead of you having to carry that out to the dumpster why don’t you give it to me and I can take it home so I get a plethora of fresh produce once a week

  • Try some REAL cheese on it. You won’t need nearly as much of it as the kraft concoction of dairy byproducts and assorted chemicals.

  • Are you ready for a challenge? I’d like to see another #Learn2Love episode featuring that mysterious vampirized carrot-lookin’ thang, the parsnip. I’d never eaten them until this week, when we roasted up some parsnip and carrot oven fries and they were AMAZING.

  • here’s a question. Should you collect the steaming water as its a combination of Chicken and Veg flavor.I am sure you can use it for something.

  • Great recipe!! As a nurse I work crazy hours and have to cook meals ahead. So if I make a double batch for the week, will it ruin the recipe? How would I store the broccoli I’m not eating right away? Thank you!!��.

  • Hi Dani,
    I know this is an older video but I would love to see a seasoning steamed foods video with 3 or 4 options like you’ve done with salads and sandwiches p p p please!

  • I’m the world’s worst cook so I suppose it’s not hard to believe that today I steamed chicken for the first time. It never occurred to me that it would taste so good but it was delicious. I made it with broccoli and carrots. I think this is going to be my go-to style of cooking from now, not only because it’s fast and easy, but it’s also just so healthy. I loved your video. It was easy to follow and it gave me some more ideas about how to make the food even tastier! Signed, A Former Eating Out Queen

  • Tried it. Very tasty. Baked it a 210 for 15-20 minutes. Flipping once after 12 minutes.

    Taste is amazing. But, found it difficult to form patties. Might have to drain water from broccoli first.

  • Same idea but I make this to where I can create this at work. I took my broccoli in a container along with a lunchbox that contains two lemons a little healthy oil-Bring any ingredients you like with you salt garlic powder mad spice. I mix it in a little dipping bowl/ container! Simply dip your broccoli and eat it raw

  • Wish more cooking videos where as nicely done as this one. Just said what we needed to know and nothing more. Good job! Good enough for me to subscribe

  • some of the people who make this cooking videos should not be making videos you took two minutes to explain salt pepper olive oil

  • Thanks for this! I work at night and it’s a struggle for me to prepare a healthy food specially when I am in a hurry. This one is for keep.

  • She give tips on choosing broccoli, in proper way of storing it and when to cook, 3 different recipes in either steamed or baked broccoli, a trivia on its nutrients all in 2 minutes! Amazing I’m subscribing here.

    This is after I watched a 3 minutes video of a chef who literally just boiled the broccoli LMFAO

  • Ingredients:-
    Broccoli 2 cups
    Oil 1 1/2 tbsp
    Cumin seeds 1/2 tsp
    Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp
    Garlic 7 cloves (crushed)
    Onion 1 (chopped)
    Curry leaves a few
    Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
    Red chili powder 1 1/2 tsp
    Coriander powder 1 tsp
    Salt to taste
    Garam masala 1/2 tsp
    Tomato 1 medium ( finely chopped)

  • Good video! simple quick, and not too much side information. I hope you will make more ‘Healty coocking video’s’. Keep it up.:)

  • tried this today but i think for 2 cups of florets one medium sized tomato was not suffice.. also, broccoli took more time to cook.. so had to cook it separately and add more tomatoes too..

  • This may be a dumb question, but when you cook them like this, do you count the olive oil when you are adding up the calories? To me it seems like the olive oil would burn up.

  • I always get chicken and broccoli at the Chinese place near my house. Tonight I made it myself for less then a 1/2 of the cost and healthier too… thanks for the post

  • Hi, are you doing this one on the oven in grill mode or just an temperature like 220°????
    Plz share it, because I’m new cook so it’s really difficult for me
    Thanks in advance….��

  • Receipes are good and retain all nutrients as far as i believe, but you are supposed to tell amateurs to wash the florets before cooking or marinating./\

  • When I went to a friend in Italy (I’m french) he cooked me the best broccoli-related meal of my life. Roasted broccoli in spicy olive oil, garlic crouton and pasta. It’s a must-try.

  • I don’t agree with all seasoning done after steaming. could have seasoned everything at same time so rice absorbs the drippings and spices…

  • Im not much of a cook but I want to try this. On;ly thing I would do different is use a strainer for the lemon. I do hope Publix has that cheese.

  • Best ways to do any meats and veggies are through steaming and grill. Lost about 70 pounds doing it and getting rid of junk marinades and extras not necessary along with carbs, beat heart issues, high blood pressure, cholesterol, etc. Now joining the USAF!

  • I tried the first two ways. Baking broccoli instead of boiling it turned out to be a great idea, but lemon zest was just not for me… The second recipe rocks, though. Thanks for sharing:)

  • roasting at 450 degrees is a little too high of  temperature that will destroy some live ingredients enzymes and vitamins, i’d prefer the steamed broccoli and a milder baking so that the broccoli keeps its live healthy nutrients

  • I was looking for ways to spice up broccoli so its more yummy to eat for the family. Plan to try this soon! sounds and looks good though:)

  • I made it, but it didn’t turn out crispy.. maybe cuz I added another type of cheese instead of the Parmesan cuz I didn’t have parmesan ��

  • best and easiest recipe on brocolli is
    a healthy BROCOLLI BACON salad!
    I mix it with chickpeas, sourcream, mayo, apple cider vinegar
    add walnuts and cranberries
    Voila!:)

  • Broccoli is vegetable not suppose to be heat for more than 5 minutes it will loose the nutrients vegetables should be eaten in its raw state baking and cooking is not good for them just ah little stem and dey are good

  • Tried all three recipes and they were all delicious. Of course, I happen to love broccoli already so I may be a bit biased. I will say, I added raisins to the slaw and it was incredible and only got better over the course of the three days it lasted before disappearing.:)

  • I like steaming chicken and broccoli, but I boil before some potatoes in the same hot water with skin. after cooking I peal the boiled potatoes and cut them into slices. I also add some fresh salad (cucumber, grated carrot, and lettuce and sliced tomato), some boneless olive and fresh spread oil.

  • I have one of the electric steamer units, and I usually put two of the chicken breasts in the bottom tray for around 17-20 minutes. Does cutting it up reduce the cooking time that drastically, or is there just a big difference in using the pot & steamer instead of an electric plug-in steamer?
    Also, the steamer comes with two separate trays, do you think I could just put the broccoli in the upper tray for the last 5 minutes or so?

    I’m a terrible cook and I’m just unsure how big a difference it is using a pot and steamer like your video, versus one of the plug in steamer units like I have. Thanks for your time.

  • Tanner, I told you not to cheat on your husband. I can’t belie you. I thought you would be the good kid your brother turned out to be. Your father is even disappointed in you and he isn’t even alive. Why would you do that.

    You left me when you were 17. You just ran away. And now you are cheating on your husband, surprised you even have one. You turned out as a massive drug addict that can’t run more than a mile.

    Your kids even left you and went to me. THEY ARE SEVEN, TANNAR. You live in a little shack that you don’t even deserve. That’s how dumb and stupid you are. Your brother turned out to be a fabulous father with three beautiful children.

    Thank you for the recipe,
    Sincerely, Betty.

  • You could also infuse the oil with the garlic just by letting it sit for a bit. I typically like to combine my oil & seasonings into one mixture for more even coating & distribution.

  • I already love broccoli so let’s see something new with it! For a vegan it’s like chicken I know 800 things to do with broccoli and I need something new.:-)

  • Such a cool series! I hope you bring these L2L back or add some more. I’m currently trying to love beans… after 30yrs of despising them. I’m currently OK with garbanzos & black beans (well… working on the latter) but it’s so hard!! For me the texture is like chewing wet cotton:p

  • I think they turn out better if you take the size she has, and then cut them in half. Cuts the cooking time down and they crisp up nicely. 400F is the key to greatness!

  • Not only is Broccoli soul crushing, the act of cutting up Broccoli is soul crushing. it feels wrong and cumbersome, Completely unsatisfying

  • Thanks for the video. A few changes I would make: the stocky part she said to throw away is very nutritious. Please use as well. These can be cut into small pieces too. If avoiding oil spray veggies with a little liquid aminos instead or a little broth. Replace Parmesan cheese with a vegan version to avoid cow cheese.

  • So is it only 5-7 minutes for chicken? I thought veggies like potato took that long. I mean why do we have to oven chicken for an hour to 2 and just 12 minutes for steam?

  • Dani, are you ever going to give oven temperatures?! I have watched several videos thru listening for temps. Can’t always find them. Maybe announce them clearly at the beginning of the recipe.

  • Almost a year ago, wow, wish I say this video sooner.
    The last two, I’m definitely going to try! Soy sauce and broccoli works, for sure!

  • Guuurrrrrl! You didn’t do things exactly the way I would do them if I lived in a perfect world! I’m gonna virtue signal all over your video and try to make myself look good at your expense!

  • A couple of things:
    1.you didn’t finish…how long you leave it in the oven, at what temperature, what does it look like afterwards
    2. The presentation is long. You could have cut it by half. There is no complicated trick, there was no need for all those details.

  • I tried this but I don’t have Kosher salt. I used regular coarse sea salt and came out very good. I don’t know what is the difference. Let me know. Thank You.

  • Sara Lynn, I love your channel. I just made the quinoa salad with asparagus for meal prep and my husband and I love it! Can’t wait to try these babies too. I always love broccoli but steaming is getting old…

  • The stir fry if some of you are on a diet or something make sure to get reduced sodium soy sauce or you’re gonna need a lot of water 0.0

  • Great job I am going to try because my husband love broccoli keep up the good work first time watching where you get that kind of flour to by great job