Simple and scrumptious broccoli recipes to satisfy the whole family.
Cheddar and broccoli make a natural match. If you prefer extra zing, bump up the hot sauce.
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Souffle seems scary to make because it is so light and airy and appears so fragile, but it is surprisingly easy to put together. Serve with a green salad for a simple, casual dinner.
Frozen broccoli saves you chopping and cooking time for this creamy soup. If you like, serve the cro? alongside for dipping.
One pork tenderloin is just the right amount for a stir-fry when combined with lots of vegetables and served over rice or quick-cooking Asian noodles, such as chow mein steamed noodles.
Warm soothing soup is a perfect lunchbox idea for chilly fall and winter days — and it takes less than 15 minutes to make. And since almost every kid loves pasta, they'll gobble it up without even noticing the nutrition-packed broccoli.
This terrific winter salad is adapted from the best-seller Fare for Friends (Key Porter Books). It's a pleasant change from the usual tossed salads.
Broccoli contains nonheme iron; the orange juice enhances its absorption.
Enjoys creating this potluck favourite, which is great for vegetarians.
It looks like a quiche, but it's magical how the batter forms its own bottom crust and filling as it bakes. As comforting as macaroni and cheese, this pie is a surefire kid-pleaser.
Cheese sauce is a great way to get kids to eat broccoli (or cauliflower). Involving the children in the preparation helps take the yuckiness out of vegetables for them.
A quick dinner for two doesn't have to mean takeout with this saucy little number waiting to be dished up. More than two in your family? Not to worry, just double the recipe.
In small saucepan, heat vegetable oil over medium heat; cook onion, garlic, salt, pepper, broccoli, carrot and orange rind stirring often, until softe...
In saucepan, melt butter over medium heat; cook onion, sweet red pepper, garlic, dried basil, salt and pepper
Add long-grain rice; stir for 1 minute t...
Thaw broccoli in microwave oven or at room temperature; drain well on paper towels.
Place muffins on baking sheet; broil, turning once, until lightly ...
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