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Old Tue, Feb-15-11, 17:54
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Default The best broccoli of your life! (Roasted broccoli)

This is a link to a recipe for roasted broccoli with olive oil, lemon juice & zest, roasted garlic and pine nuts.

It is the most delicious thing I have ever tasted. Even my husband loves it, and he hates broccoli!

http://www.amateurgourmet.com/2008/...est_brocco.html
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Old Sun, Feb-20-11, 18:01
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Looks fantastic, can't wait to try it...THX!!!!
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Can't wait to try it.
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I LOVED this recipe! My husband did NOT. Well he's just gonna have to find something else for a side! HA THANKS!!!!!!
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looks great! thanks
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This is the only way we eat broccoli! After reading Barbara Kafka's cookbook "Roasting" I'm in love with high-heat, oven-roasted meats and veggies. It makes everything taste nutty and delicious-also fast, since we're always in a hurry to eat.
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wow- just made this for the first time. it was awesome! my broccoli hating hubby ate 2 servings, then asked for the last (so he ate 3/4 bag of broccoli!!!!).

i made a couple small adjustments.

first roasted in evoo and salt and garlic.

then tossed in the fresh parm, lemon juice and crushed red chile flakes for a little heat. yummmmmmmmmmmm.
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Originally Posted by Robin120
wow- just made this for the first time. it was awesome! my broccoli hating hubby ate 2 servings, then asked for the last (so he ate 3/4 bag of broccoli!!!!).

i made a couple small adjustments.

first roasted in evoo and salt and garlic.

then tossed in the fresh parm, lemon juice and crushed red chile flakes for a little heat. yummmmmmmmmmmm.

Thanks for this Robin!
I roast my veggies all the time...especially like cauliflower roasted
I really like the idea to cook first then toss with other flavors!!
I'm going to do this tonight as I am having a bronzino filet with roasted cauliflower and Br Sprouts.
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Made this last night!! Amazing!! Thanks for sharing this one~
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Wow...that DOES look really good. My wife and I both like broccoli and I have roasted it on the gas grill several times (with indifferent results), but this looks like what I was trying to achieve. Thanks for the link!
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I love roasted veggies too! Great tip to try broccoli though.. sprouts go lovely roasted as well... add a little coconut if you can spare the carbs. lol
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Will try too!
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