Roasted Broccoli Recipe
Kick off summer with fresh veggies like broccoli. It taste great with this roasted broccoli recipe that I’m sharing in partnership with The Produce Gathering.
As summer kicks into gear here soon, that means that delicious fresh veggie recipes will be popping up more and more on the blog. Between Farmer’s Markets, Garden, and The Produce Gathering, the summer brings on a feast of great produce. Today, I wanted to share with you this delicious way to prepare broccoli that I received at The Produce Gathering.
I simple trim the broccoli, then toss it in garlic and olive oil. I like to add a little bit of sea salt too. Once it’s nicely tossed, you can place it in a foil pack on the grill or you can put it on a grill pan. I like to place it directly on a grill pan that is coated with non-stick cooking spray. Then, I simply let it grill on each side for about 5 minutes. It gives a nice toasted and roasted taste to the broccoli.
Once I have it plated and ready to serve, I like to top it with shredded Italian cheese just to give it another layer of flavor and taste.
- 1 lb Broccoli, Trimmed
- 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 1 Clove Garlic, Crushed
- 1 Tsp Sea Salt
- Italian Cheese (Optional)
- Place broccoli in a bowl with the olive oil, garlic, and sea salt, then toss well.
- Warm up the grill and use foil or using a grill pan, grill for 5 minutes on medium-high heat on both sides until roasted.
- Serve topped with cheese if preferred.
My daughter can literally just eat this like candy, I have to say I can too. That says a lot too considering broccoli really isn’t my favorite veggie. I love it though when prepared this way.
Right now, you can sign up and SAVE over at The Produce Gathering using the MHCMember code when you sign up. This will give you a free membership and then you can shop around and see what you would love to order. I just picked up an order last week and am anxious to share a few more recipes that I made with those products. The produce always seems to last me a while and the meat is delicious too!
Are you ready for summer and fresh veggies? What are some of your favorites?