Top Rated Broccoli Recipes

Oven-Roasted Broccoli
My boys inhale this naturally gluten-free roasted broccoli dish whenever I make it. Their friend Josh has been known to eat the entire tray of broccoli just minutes before dinner, leaving me with only one green veggie dish to serve instead of two (I usually also make kale chips when I serve this, as green veggies are a main part of what we eat every night here).
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This recipe proves that all you need is a little imagination when it comes to Cheez-Its. For this casserole, they serve as a crunchy, cheesy crust to a creamy broccoli filling.  Click here to see 6 Easy Cheez-It Recipes  
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These floured and fried broccoli florets are a uniquely crunchy way to enjoy this common dinner table vegetable. 
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This spin on a classic Chinese takeout is a fun family meal for busy weeknights. It’s not too labor intensive and tastes amazing. ​Click here for more ramen upgrades 
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Prepare your taste buds for flavor overload: This Orzo and Broccoli Salad has Italian dressing, feta, almonds and more. Think you can handle it all?
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For an alternative to a vegetarian hot dog, try this broccoli dog from chef Amanda Cohen from Dirt Candy. 
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Skinny Broccoli and Cheese Casseroles
I came up with these mini broccoli casseroles from my mom's amazing casserole recipe I grew up eating as a kid. I used little ramekins for individual portion sizes (well, because they're just so fun to use), but you could of course make this into one giant dish of yummy goodness! I mean, c'mon folks, how could you not like something that's low in fat, high in protein, and full of cheesy deliciousness? Oh yes, and only three Weight Watchers points. Click here to see Comfort Food Alternatives.
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Beef and Broccoli
Broccoli beef — it’s the ultimate Chinese beef stir-fry dish, with broccoli, slathered in the all too familiar rich brown sauce. It’s the poster child of American-Chinese food; it’s recognizably Chinese even though the traditional Chinese broccoli has been replaced with the accessible and widely available “Western” broccoli.Broccoli beef is a great dish, if cooked properly. The beef should be tender and succulent; the broccoli should be flash-cooked, briefly blanched, and then lightly stir-fried with the beef; the sauce should be light. If you have these three premises right, you might well have an almost authentic version of broccoli beef.Here is my easy broccoli beef recipe, which calls for only a few ingredients: broccoli, beef, and Chinese marinade.
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An elegant pasta dinner comes together with the helf of Campbell's Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup.  Click here to see 10 Best Back-of-the-Can Recipes
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Farro Pasta
Coming from a Barese family, eating broccoli rabe is non-negiotable — it's a staple. In my grandmother's town of Adelfia in Bari, Italy, the cousin of spinach and the sister to broccoli was on the table quite often. What wasn't on the table ever? Farro. Though an Italian grain, it never existed in our lives until I introduced it recently. Now, when blended with the familiar verde, hearty crumbed walnuts, and sharp Parmagiano, it is welcomed with a smile. 
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Broccoli Cheddar Latkes
Potato latkes are as exciting as vanilla ice cream. I’m sure there are the purists who believe it’s best to stick with tradition, but I like to mix things up in the kitchen. This year, I’m giving the latke a serious makeover, starting with this recipe for broccoli Cheddar latkes!
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Did you know that the broccoli stalk is the most flavorful part of the vegetable? Most broccoli recipes you see only call for florets, leading to the stalk getting dumped in the trash. This recipe makes good use of that flavor-heavy component.
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