If you're looking for a delicious and healthy side dish, look no further than pan roasted broccoli. Tender and flavorful, this dish is perfect for anyone looking for a nutritious side dish. Plus, it's easy to make and takes only minutes to prepare. So why not give pan roasted broccoli a try tonight? You won't be disappointed!
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When you're looking for a side dish that's both healthy and delicious, pan roasted broccoli is the perfect option. The olive oil and seasonings give the broccoli a wonderful flavor, while the high heat ensures that it stays nice and crispy. Best of all, this dish is easy to prepare and takes only minutes to cook. Not only is this a great side dish, but you can also add your pan roasted broccoli to pasta dishes or salads too!
In this recipe, I use fresh broccoli. I start by cutting off the head of the broccoli. You will also need to trim the smaller stems too. This is how you create the smaller broccoli florets.
But, you can also use frozen broccoli florets too. There are just a few adjustments to make. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Now, you will preheat the pan in the oven. This will ensure that your broccoli will be crisp and not soggy. After you complete these steps, continue on with the recipe, just make sure you keep your oven at 425 degrees.
You just need a few items to use this recipe...
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things you need
4 broccoli stalks, cut into florets
2 tbsp of Adobo
Preheat oven to 405 degrees.
Place parchment paper onto a baking pan
Place your broccoli florets into a bowl.
Drizzle olive oil over florets.
Sprinkle salt and pepper to taste
Mix the florets in the bowl until all of them are lightly covered with the olive oil.
Place florets onto the baking pan.
Make sure each floret is flat on the pan.
Place into oven for approximately 15 minutes.
When the tops of the florets become brown, they are finished.
Take the pan out of the oven.
Pan roasted broccoli is one of the easiest side dishes you can make. All it takes are a few minutes in the oven and some seasoning, which means that this recipe will be ready to go when you need an easy dish for dinner tonight! You can also use pan-roasted broccoli as part of your pasta or salad recipes. If you're looking for more quick and easy recipes like these, check out Family Palates other Easy Recipes!
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