Broccoli Recipes You'll Love

The majority of individuals hated broccoli as kids. You may enjoy or love cruciferous vegetables as an adult.  

Broccoli has several benefits, from immune-boosting vitamin C to gut-friendly fiber. It's rich in antioxidants, which protect cells.   

Sulforaphane, prevalent in all cruciferous vegetables including bok choy and cauliflower, is included.Broccoli can also provide flavor to casseroles, salads, soups, and more when properly prepared.   

Pair broccoli with dried fruit, lemon juice, or savory sauces to complement its earthy flavor. Greek yogurt and Parmesan cheese reduce broccoli's bitterness.  

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Buy broccoli with bright green, tightly closed buds for the best results. Do not buy broccoli with yellow or brown patches or mushiness. Firm, green, and moisture-free stalks are also important.  

Broccoli is best kept fresh in an open plastic bag in the fridge. Avoid washing broccoli before storing it because moisture accelerates deterioration.  

Try these tasty broccoli dishes when you're ready to cook.For quick weekday dinners, this citrus-roasted broccoli recipe takes 2 minutes to prepare.  

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