Nutrish & Delish // 10 Ways to Cook Broccoli

March 15, 2014

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My cooking and eating preferences involve a LOT of green, and as weird as it may sound – broccoli is indeed one of my all-time favorite foods!

It has a powerful combo of Vitamin C and fiber that our bodies turns into a cancer fighting weapon called sulforaphane, and can be a great way to add a bit of plant-based protein to your diet without any starch or fat.

Today’s Nutrish & Delish features 10 great ways to cook broccoli from the always delightful 101 Cookbooks, and if you’re skeptical about this cruciferous plant being as tasty as I claim, please start with the jaw-dropppngly good Broccoli-Basil Mac & Cheese… I promise you won’t be disappointed. ;)

  1. Orzo, Broccoli & Almond Super-salad
  2. Miso Asparagus, Broccoli & Tofu Bowl
  3. Braised Broccoli with Orange & Parmesan
  4. Double Broccoli Quinoa Bowl
  5. Bright Broccoli Crunch Salad
  6. Heirloom Beans & Roasted Broccoli Seitan
  7. Broccoli-Basil Mac & Cheese
  8. Ginger Poached Noodles with Broccoli & Tofu
  9. The Greenest Salad
  10. Ginger Coconut Milk & Broccoli Soup

Let me know your favorite broccoli centric dishes in the comments, and Happy Cooking!

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3 Comments

  • Reply Josie March 17, 2014 at 12:15 pm

    Nobody even knows how happy this makes me, I f****** love my broccoli!

    -Josie Poulsen
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    • Reply Jessie Artigue March 17, 2014 at 1:13 pm

      Haha – YAY! Another broccoli enthusiast!!! XOXO

  • Reply mulberry veske March 27, 2014 at 1:44 am

    Det er som om jeg aldri skal få oppleve å bli forbikjørt, og til tross for at enkelte påstår jeg er middelaldrende. De fikk dermed ikke se, bare høre, innslagene på Nyhetskanalen. Det forteller at den norske junioren virkelig har overgått seg selv. Samtidig oppgir 53 prosent av selskapene i unders at de har f st fra Norsk Filminstitutt, mens 41 prosent har f tilskudd fra Innovasjon Norge. – mulberry skjerf Jeg ser helt klart viktigheten av å gjø

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