Broccoli is a versatile vegetable. While often appearing as the bane of children and adults alike, this can be sure to the prep. This recipe adds roasting to the mix to bring out those natural sugars and add flavor to it. You can start with frozen or fresh broccoli but you will need to make it into florets. The oil, soy sauce ginger and sesame seeds are sprinkled over top to give it a quick flavor before being popped in a high oven to cook.
- Low preparation time for this meal is the best part of the recipe.
- An easy way to get your veggies while still having the great flavor you want.
- The ability to add other fresh vegetables like ginger makes this meal a healthy option.
“I’m a big believer in generously salting roasted broccoli, and in this case, the vegetables get both saltiness and umami flavor from soy sauce instead.”
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