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9 Delicious Ways to Cook Broccoli



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Spring is here and if you live in Atlanta, can you sense it’s here already, that means broccoli season! Try some of these delicious ways to cook broccoli, it’s my favorite vegetable of all time.

Do you love broccoli? Read on and learn some broccoli recipes and I bet you would love it most. Underestimated, slightly-sweet stems. You would love how the tops of the florets are flavor sponges for holding onto sauces. You would love it when Luck into a stalk with tender broccoli greens, which taste like a milder version of cook broccoli, to maximize its deliciousness.

Delicious Ways to Cook Broccoli

 1. Don’t throw away the stems!

Broccoli stems are so good! They cook up in the exact time it takes to cook the florets. Simply use your knife to peel off the hard outer skin, then dice and cook the stalk along with the florets.

2. Use those leaves!

As referred to above, broccoli. They’re completely palatable. If you have sufficiently, try them in place of kale in your favorite kale recipe. if you have just a few, throw them into the pan with the florets and prepared stalks.

3. Pan-fry it.

This is hands-down one of the lovely ways to cook broccoli. Heat a little bit of oil on medium-high, and put in the broccoli. Cook and then stir, until they turn bright green and tender, putting in a little bit of liquid if the pan gets dry. How long you cook depends on how big your florets are and how nicely done you like it. You can also try cooking them until they’re a little bit browned. Yummy! Isn’t it?

4. Braise it.  Oh, mine!

This is one of the best ways to cook broccoli that you would love. Braised broccoli is straightforward and so delicious! In a frying pan with a lid, heat the oil on medium-high, then put the broccoli. Cook the broccoli for some minutes until it turns colorful green, then put a sprinkle of garlic powder, a tablespoon or two of soy sauce, and a few tablespoons of water. Cover the pan and cook for about 5-8 more minutes, until tender.

5. Pressure cook it.

This is also one of the ways to cook Broccoli. Steams up in about 1-2 minutes inside the pressure cooker, depending on the size of your florets. Add 1/2 cup water to the cooker, dip a steamer basket in, and load it with broccoli. Bring to high pressure for 1-2 minutes, then do a fast release. Just like that!

6. Steam it on the stove.

If you don’t have a pressure cooker, you can also steam your broccoli on the stovetop. Put 1/2 cup water in a small saucepan, drop a steamer basket in, and fill with broccoli. Steam for about 4-5 minutes.

 7. Roast it.

Roasting is one of the ways to cook broccoli, it produces a crunch-on-the-outside, and so a tender-on-the-inside bowl of delectability. Give this recipe a try for Roasted Broccoli with Pine Nuts.


8. Turn it into soup.

Whole broccoli cooks up fast in soups, so throw it in during the last 5-8 minutes of cooking. You may also try this recipe for Bristo Broccoli Soup!

9. Make slaw.

Sliced broccoli is a delectable base for or supplementary to any slaw recipe. You can add it to your favorite slaw, or try Andrea’s amazing Broccoli Slaw recipe.

People Also Ask

Do people also ask if Is it better to boil or stir-fry broccoli?

Stir-frying or steaming is better. Not just does this cooking method preserve more nutrients than boiling, but it again offers cardiovascular perks.

How long do you boil broccoli?

To boil, put broccoli in a pan of boiling water and cook the florets for 6 to 8 minutes. To steam, place it in a steamer on boiling water and cook for 6 to 8 minutes. Broccoli to be stir-fried should be separated into bite-sized florets, heat one tablespoonful of oil in a frying pan and put in the florets, cook for approximately 4-5 minutes or until it becomes soft.


Do you now realize that Broccoli is a nutritional powerhouse after reading this article? I hope you find these ways to cook Broccoli beneficial and with that you can prepare a delectable one with the information provided above. Give it a try!

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