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Garlicky Broccoli ‘Zoodles’ with Bacon Garlicky Broccoli “Zoodles” with Bacon. Ingredients. Directions. Slice off the broccoli florets, taking as little stem as possible, and set aside.

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Slice off the broccoli florets, taking as little stem as possible, and set aside. Garlicky Broccoli “Zoodles” with Bacon Ingredients. 3 large broccoli crowns with stems; 6 slices bacon; 2 tablespoons olive oil; 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper; Salt and pepper to taste; 5 cloves garlic, thinly sliced; 1 lemon, zested and juiced; 3 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese; Directions. Slice off the Broccoli Florets, taking as little stem as possible, and set aside.

Then spiralize the stems into linguine. Garlicky Broccoli ‘Zoodles’ with Bacon | MyFitnessPal. An unbelievably simple dish with garlic, olive oil and broccoli, this spiralized recipe is a great way to sneak veggies into your diet. Zoodle Recipes Spiralizer Recipes Vegetable Recipes Paleo Recipes Cooking Recipes Alkaline Recipes Protein Recipes Easy Recipes Healthy Cooking. Directions In a large skillet, heat the oil over high.

Add the beef and sprinkle with half of the One Skillet Beef Stir Fry & Add spiralized zucchini and broccoli into skillet and season with remaining half of One Skillet Beef Stir Fry & Serve immediately, garnished with green onion and sesame. Cover and cook for 2 minutes, uncovering occasionally to toss. Add the garlic, lemon juice, and zest; cover and cook for another 5 minutes or until the broccoli is lightly browned. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the cheese and bacon.

Toss. Broccoli with Garlic, Bacon & Parmesan This simple yet sophisticated side dish uses just a few basic ingredients. The way the bold garlic flavor blends with the smoky bacon makes ordinary broccoli irresistible. —Erin Chilcoat, Smithtown, New York. Fry the bacon in a large oven-safe skillet over medium heat until crispy. Use some of the bacon fat for added flavour to cook the onion.

Scrape up any browned bits leftover from the bacon and add the broccoli. Sauté garlic with the broccoli for until fragrant. Pour in the cream, add the bacon back.

Heat a large heavy-duty pan to medium/high heat. Add olive oil and minced garlic. Cook garlic for 30 seconds to 1 minute or until fragrant.

Be careful not to burn the garlic.

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  • Just made this, having never liked broccoli before, and it was AMAZING. So rich and delicious, I couldn’t believe it was vegetables.

  • I will attempt to try this and hopefully, I will not be curled in pain. In the past, I tried eating the stem-cooked and it did not go down well. Can’t do beans either, but this recipe looks amazing.

  • Omg, this is an amazing dish.!! I am obsessed with your cooking. Absolutely delicious. Best of all my hubby hates veggies, but he ate all of your receipts I have cooked so far.!! Thank you.!!

  • Parmesan isn’t vegetarian. It contains rennet, which is an enzym from a calf’s stomach lining.
    If you add nutritional yeast instead of parmesan, it would be a great vegan dish!

  • I was thinking of purchasing a spiralizer and found your videos searching recipes. I’ve seen zucchini and carrot recipes but am now sold on it knowing broccoli is possible too. This recipe is also easy to make vegan and I am looking forward to trying it. ��

  • This looks so delicious I’m going to make this tomorrow night! I bought a the OXO Good Grips Spiralizer tonight and can’t wait to use it. Great video thanks!

  • I’m not a vegetarian, but I like the fact she used the whole vegetable, no waste. The same should be done if you eat an animal.. I will try your dish..

  • Awesome. Just used my spiralizer for the first time. Not with broccoli. I don’t think I’ve ever seen broccoli with a stem that long. I will look, but I’m not too hopeful here in Myrtle Beach. Thank you!

  • I’ve been telling everyone for ages the best part of broccoli (and the most nutritious part) is the stem, I love it! I will be making this dish tonight and I love the fact there is garlic, lemon, olive oil and beans for protein. You can keep it vegan too if you buy the vegan Parmesan cheese which tastes and melts exactly the same as normal Parmesan (and I’m a Parmesan snob ha-ha!). It’s refreshing to see such an amazing dish so thank you for sharing. This looks like a winner dish!!!

  • Great tip for Broccoli stems that normally get thrown away! Would have been nice to see the noodles get steamed or boiled. Too much garlic tho, yuk!
    TIP: chop the noodles whilst you are cooking with the spatula so you don’t have to scissor cut them when serving

  • Vegetarians beware! Most parmesan actually contains rennet (calf stomach) and I am yet to find one that does not. Although it is all up to you and your personal opinion on what you want to, and don’t want to put in your body, I recommend you stay clear or swap it out for a different cheese.

  • Great way if adding fiber. I would never thought of using it this way. I’m glad I came across your video. I would add chicken to this for sure.

  • This looks so good, my lips were falling off!! Gosh, never thought to spiralize broccoli stems, and I love broccoli, and so glad I stumbled on this video. Love every ingredient in it, and I’m out the door today to buy some pine nuts and look for broccoli w/large stems. This was truly an excellent video, and I thank you.

  • Excellent tutorial! Your recipe looks really delicious. I want to prepare the noodles with a marinara sauce. How long do I have to boil the noodles? Thanks for sharing!

  • This is a great recipe! I’m planning on cooking it soon. I appreciate your channel because you demonstrate how to use a spiralizer very clearly in creative ways for all types of foods. Also, I love the modern design of your kitchen; the selection of tools, colors, etc. Well done.

  • I can’t wait to try this dish…I used to hate the texture of the broccoli stems and now this allows me to utilize them in a delicious way. Thank you for sharing this!

  • She talks to much. She also could have done a lot of prep work prior to recording. Her personal likes and dislikes..who cares. Cut the video to 3mins max.

  • Love it, I always ate the stem letting others have the florets. Gotta try this. Your little okays or k, after you do something is a charming quirk that made me feel at home. I do it too, am told anyhow. I don’t know how I missed your channel! I do most of the cooking for five, switching them out of carbs has been hard. But new recipes help. Trying to figure out how to get more moisture out of veggie noodles, I think that will help. I salt the the zukes, rinse and towel dry, then roast a bit. Hopefully broccoli doesn’t need that work.

  • Great recipe!!!! I Did it with lemon as you show plus Chicken because Im not a vegetarían. First time im my life I use the spiralizer and brócoli rocks it. Greetings from argentina!

  • This is a great little recipe! Just had it for lunch. I needed another half a lemon and that did it for me taste wise. Thank you Jamie Oliver! Love your recipes and inspiration.

  • So I watched some of your videos and was so inspired that I went out and bought a spiralizer! ( I had wanted one anyway but wasn’t sure I would actually use it) I just made this dish and love love love it! Can’t wait to try more!

  • I always used to slice the broccoli stem and add it to my stir fry. ( I hate to waste too) Never thought to spiralize it though…THANKS!!

  • I made this for lunch today.. only I substituted bacon for the beans as I’m doing keto so can’t have the beans
    It added extra saltiness to it though, so next time I won’t add salt to the broccoli
    But all in all, it was yummy and I’d have it again:)

  • Hello ma’am, I’m an aspiring combat athlete, and the hardest thing I’ve had with that goal is sacrficing my love for pasta and ramen. I’ve just discovered your channel and for me, it’s like finding the road to El Dorado, seriously. Thank you for your content and I’m excited to start spiralizing all my veggies

  • Just finished off a plate of this. Delicious! Only had philedelphia cream cheese so I used just a teaspoonful. No beans ready so I used semi dehydrated cherry tomatoes. Every bite was a delight. Thanks for posting this recipe.

  • Thank you so much for this video. I just started back being a vegetarian a month now, and this will be one of my favorite dishes because I love broccoli so much. I didn’t have a clue I could spiralized broccoli stalk. I’ll be having this for dinner tomorrow evening, because I already prepared what I’m having for dinner tonight.

  • Jamie! You look so out of bodily shape. What happened? Anyways, your way of creating recipes can only be likened to a painter creating wonders on canvas. You are matchless.

  • I love your channel, your ideas and cooking recipes have “inspiralized’ me!!! I just order my Inspirilizer and suscribed to your channel.

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