Blog Posts - Broccoli Recipes



Tenderstem and Cornish Blue Cheese Pasty

My recipe for a vegetarian Tenderstem and Cornish Blue Cheese Pasty is a quirky little twist on a traditional Cornish steak pasty, but with no loss of great flavour. The following recipe is an ode to Cornwall. The beautiful county that has been my...
by Hedgecombers on Jun 9, 2016

broccoli chop salad with satay dressing

Raw broccoli can be bitter but roast it briefly, like I did for this uber delicious broccoli chop salad with an Asian-style satay dressing & it becomes bright & delicious. This salad had all the elements that make a salad good – fr...
by The Fresh Aussie on May 30, 2016

Broccoli and Almond Soup

This Broccoli and Almond Soup is so quick and easy to make, it’s ridiculously healthy and tastes sublime. I first published this recipe back in 2011 and I’ve been wanting to remake (and re-shoot) it ever since. If you happen to read this...
by Hedgecombers on May 16, 2016

Sriracha-Honey Glazed Broccoli Meatballs

I'm a few weeks behind, but Happy New Year!Our year has gotten off to a jam-packed start, and I've definitely been struggling with getting back into the blogging routine. It happens. {More often than I'd like to admit.}While I've hardly been home dur...
by The Kitchen Prep on Jan 12, 2016

Broccoli Beetroot Cutlets | Broccoli Beetroot Tikki | Easy Snacks Recipes

Broccoli Beetroot Cutlet or broccoli beetroot tikki, beetroot broccoli patties is easy, delicious, healthy and vegan snack for tea time or for kids lunch/snack box. We can also serve this as starter or finger food during party or get-together. This...
by Indian Khana on Feb 10, 2015

Weight Watchers Steamed Broccoli with Sesame Seeds, Honey and Soy Sauce recipe – 4 WW points plus, 4 WW old points

Broccoli is one of the healthiest vegetables because it is rich in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. They strengthen the immune system and bones, and reduce cholesterol. When you cook the broccoli by steaming it, most of the valuable substances...
by Weight Watchers Recipes on Jan 4, 2015

Broccoli Casserole #HolidayRecipes

Broccoli Casserole This week’s Progressive Dinner Broccoli Casserole recipe post will be a little different. I will still be sharing our roundup links but because of a previous contract with another brand I will not be sharing this weeks sponso...
by Flour On My Face on Nov 14, 2014

Stir Fry Broccoli and Mushrooms

This stir fry broccoli recipe with Chinese spices and mushrooms is a great recipe to try when you want a change from plain old broccoli, while still keeping it healthy. This easy broccoli is a nice change. The Chinese 5 spice seasoning really adds a...
by CookingNook on May 11, 2014

Broccoli Soup

On some days of the week I get too tired. I prefer not to cook anything for dinner. My little one gets done with rice and dal which I prepare in the mornings. Since my hubby does not eat rice at night, sometimes I make just chapatis and ask him to ea...
by Raksha's Kitchen on Feb 10, 2014

Broccoli-Potato Bake

It is so easy to get vegetables into dishes.  I could have made this, using potato, onions and eggs but how much effort goes to putting in a green veggie.  I was thinking of spinach but I realized, I am always thinking of spinach.  Who...
by My Sweet and Savory on Jun 25, 2013

My Meatless Mondays - No Mayo Broccoli Kugel

Ever since, I made my no mayo egg salad, using avocados, in place of mayonnaise, I have experimented with substituting avocado for the mayo.  Usually, it works.  Today's scientific adventure is to completely cut out the mayo from this brocc...
by My Sweet and Savory on Jun 9, 2013

Tomato and Broccoli Dinner Strata

People, who are amazed with our decision, not to have meat more than once or twice a week, question us to what we could possibly be eating. We do eat dairy and fish so it is not a stretch to find good meals. The truth is that often the main compone...
by My Sweet and Savory on May 31, 2013

Pasta with Broccoli Sauce

I am in cooking mode and as usual, I am overwhelmed with my cookbooks.  I have a decent library of books and most of them are valuable and should be used.  How many cookbooks can we use at once? Automatically, I keep my Donna Hay and Coffe...
by My Sweet and Savory on May 21, 2013

Baked Broccoli with Smoked Cheese Sauce - GF

I have been cooking a great deal over the past two weeks and have not had time to share so much with you.  It has gotten to the point that a dish is not considered completed until it is blogged. I am wondering if this is a good or bad habit to...
by My Sweet and Savory on May 16, 2013

My Meatless Mondays

Tonight, when Shabbos was over, hubby and I were unusually hungry.  This called for something really filling and perhaps not as healthy as it could be.  We agreed to mac and cheese.  I stick vegetables into everything so this dish was...
by My Sweet and Savory on Apr 21, 2013

Broccoli and Cauliflower Bake

I had planned to share with you, the dishes, I made for our Passover meals.  When I sat down to do this, I could not locate the recipes, nor could I remember the changes, I made to the dishes.  Keeping in mind that I cooked about 40 dishes...
by My Sweet and Savory on Apr 11, 2013

Herbed Barley and Broccoli Pilaf

As I chopped broccoli florets for this barley pilaf, it occurred to me that I was missing out. I was wasting perfectly good food. The broccoli stalks I was about to dump into the compost bin would be a healthy addition to my pilaf. True, I’d h...

My Meatless Mondays - Broccoli Quiche with Hash Brown Crust

Pesach is the time of no fussy crusts to make but we can still make nut crust, potato crust and I bet I could fashion something out of my crushed potato chips.  This is a delicious potato crust that can be used all year and is the perfect frame...
by My Sweet and Savory on Mar 24, 2013

Why Reinvent the Wheel? – Pork Chops and Broccoli with Garlic Oyster Sauce

When a craving for Asian food strikes, Mike and I head to Chan’s in Woodinville, Washington.  We love to sit in the bar, watch whatever sports game is on the television, and order a tableful of our favorite dishes. It’s a good thing this...

Stay Satisfied with a Fiber Packed Soup – Spicy Mexican Cream of Broccoli Soup

What’s one of the first lessons weight watchers learn? If you don’t want to be hungry an hour after you eat, you’d better pack some fiber into your meal in the form of vegetables, fruits, beans, or whole grains. If  you’re a...


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