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    Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Sat Sep 20 2014, 23:54

    Don't know about you but Broccoli is one of our favourite vegetables and there are many different recipe ideas.

    So I thought why not have a selection of Broccoli recipes? I'm starting off with Broccoli and Smoked Salmon Omelette.



    Have to admit my omelettes do not always look as perfect as this picture shows, in fact Eddie has been known to say "did you serve this up with a catapult?". The ingredients may be there but the presentation may be lacking…but I don’t mind (too much) as long as they taste great ..better luck next time..and for Omelette’s there is always a next time.

    On my travels around the internet I happened to spot this very nice recipe. Perhaps the Smoked Salmon is a trifle expensive but once in a while …why not.

    As omelettes are so quick to make, most view the fact that, it is not worth making a larger one to serve two people and it’s also far easier to make an individual one in a smaller pan.

    So, Ingredients For One

    1 tbsp olive oil
    100g Tenderstem® Broccoli, each piece cut into 3
    Half a small red onion, finely sliced
    3 large free-range eggs
    Knob of butter
    2 tbsp cream cheese
    1 tbsp chopped chives
    Salt and pepper
    50g smoked salmon, cut into strips

    Method

    1. Heat the olive oil in a small non-stick frying pan (around 15cm diameter) and gently sauté the Broccoli and onion, until softened and onion starting to become golden. Remove from the pan and keep to one side.
    2. While the onion and Broccoli are cooking, mix together the cream cheese and chopped chives. Season with salt and pepper.
    3. Return the pan to the hob, increase the heat and add the butter. Break the eggs into a bowl and whisk together with a fork. Season with salt and pepper.
    4. Once the butter is bubbling, add the eggs. Swirl around the pan and either using a fork or rubber spatula, stir around until the eggs are almost set. Spread to cover the surface and leave to continue cooking for a minute or so, until the top of the eggs are almost set, with just a little liquid on the surface.
    5. Spoon the onion and Broccoli onto one half of the omelette. Add the cream cheese and finally lay over the salmon. Tilt the pan and carefully fold over the other half of the omelette on top of the filling. Slide onto a plate and serve with a green salad.

    Tip... Fried bacon or chorizo are delicious alternatives to smoked salmon. You could also add a pinch of dried chilli flakes into the pan with the onion and Broccoli for a kick.

    For original recipe idea please go to the ‘Tenderstem’ site - link here.
     
    http://www.tenderstem.co.uk/recipe-detail.php?id=8

    Looking forward to hearing your favourite broccoli recipe sunny

    All the best Jan
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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Paul1976 on Sun Sep 21 2014, 14:08

    I like this one and so does my Son so I knock some up just for us 2 every now and then as the rest of the family don't like Stilton




    Quick Broccoli and Stilton Soup

    Nut Free
    Organic
    Serves: 4

    Ingredients

    25g butter
    1 onion, chopped
    2 x 500g packs Waitrose Frozen Broccoli
    750ml vegetable stock, made with Kallo Organic Vegetable Stock Cubes
    200g Blue Stilton
    Method

    Heat 25g butter in a large pan and gently cook 1 onion, chopped, for 4-5 minutes until softened.
    Add 2 x 500g packs Waitrose Frozen Broccoli and cover with 750ml vegetable stock made with Vegetable Stock Cubes, as instructed on the pack.
    Bring to the boil, then simmer for 12-15 minutes or until the broccoli is very tender.
    Crumble 200g Blue Stilton into the soup and stir until melted.
    Season generously and blend in batches until smooth. Serve immediately, with toast.

    Really nice but just ignore the serve with Toast bit! Twisted Evil

    Recipe can be found here in the link below.

    http://www.waitrose.com/home/recipes/recipe_directory/q/quick_broccoli_and_stilton_soup.html


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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Sun Sep 21 2014, 17:45

    Broccoli and Stilton Soup one of our favourites - thanks for this recipe idea and link Paul.

    .....and yes ignore the toast bit !

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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Sun Sep 21 2014, 17:52

    Broccoli - just add some garlic and chilli for a super stir fry.



    Love it, hate it (but how can you?) Broccoli is just a great green vegetable. According to my ‘internet’ research it comes from the cabbage family.

    In supermarkets, farmers markets - wherever you buy it, you’ll find it is generally sold in ‘heads‘, which have multiple florets branching off a central stem. Sometimes leaves are still attached, these leaves are still edible, but many of us do discard them, which is a shame. Broccoli is packed with nutrients, and is best briefly steamed, stir-fried, or eaten raw. Great food.

    For this simple stir fry:

    Ingredients

    1 tbsp olive oil
    85g/3oz broccoli, cut into florets
    1 garlic clove, chopped
    ½ red chilli, finely chopped
    2 tbsp soy sauce
    1 tsp sesame oil
    ½ lime juice, only
    Salt and freshly ground black pepper

    Preparation and method

    Heat the olive oil in a wok, add the broccoli and fry for 2-3 minutes, or until it’s starting to soften, then add the garlic and chilli and fry for 1-2 minutes.
    Add the soy sauce, sesame oil, lime juice, salt and freshly ground black pepper and fry for 1-2 minutes, or until the broccoli is tender.
    To serve, spoon the stir-fry into a bowl and serve as a side dish.

    Enjoy this with chicken, fish …or whatever is your favourite.

    This original recipe from James Tanner at  http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/garlicchilliandbrocc_90660

    He estimates preparation time no more than 30 minutes and cooking time at 10 minutes this stir fry tastes good. The above ingredients serve 1, so adjust accordingly.

    Enjoy good food - if you like stir fry - you’ll enjoy this.

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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Tue Sep 23 2014, 13:59

    Broccoli with ricotta, lemon and shaved parmesan


    This wonderful mix of good food comes from a lovely recipe idea which I spotted on the ‘tenderstem’ broccoli site. It serves four as a starter, or side dish, and takes approx 10 minutes preparation and cooking time.

    Ingredients:

    300g Broccoli
    175g fresh ricotta
    zest of ½ lemon, removed with a zester* rather than grated
    juice 1 lemon
    about 8 tbs extra virgin olive oil
    50g Parmesan
    salt and freshly ground black pepper

    Method:

    1) Steam the Broccoli for 3-4 minutes until just tender.
    2) While the Broccoli is cooking gently break the ricotta into lumps and shave the parmesan into nice curls.
    3) Put the hot Broccoli onto plates and dot ricotta over the top.
    4) Sprinkle on the zest and spoon on some lemon juice.
    5) Scatter the parmesan over each serving.
    6) Drizzle with the olive oil, sprinkle with salt, grind on some black pepper and serve.

    * If you are not sure what a zester is, rather than a grater, let me show you and explain courtesy of ‘Wiki’. A zester is a kitchen utensil for obtaining zest from lemons and other citrus fruit. A kitchen zester is approximately four inches long, with a handle and a curved metal end, the top of which is perforated with a row of round holes with sharpened rims. To operate, the zester is pressed with moderate force against the fruit and drawn across its peel. The rims cut the zest from the pith underneath. The zest is cut into ribbons, one drawn through each hole.



    Tenderstem site is here http://www.tenderstem.co.uk/recipe-detail.php?id=92#.VCFt-vBX-uZ

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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by AliB on Mon Sep 29 2014, 20:33

    Broccoli pancakes.

    http://eatdrinkpaleo.com.au/paleo-broccoli-pancakes/#more-2851

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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by graham64 on Mon Sep 29 2014, 20:56

    There is a recipe for broccoli bread at Dr Eades blog http://proteinpow.com/2013/04/low-carb-gluten-free-broccoli-protein.html



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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by mo1905 on Tue Sep 30 2014, 16:03

    @graham64 wrote:There is a recipe for broccoli bread at Dr Eades blog http://proteinpow.com/2013/04/low-carb-gluten-free-broccoli-protein.html


    Has anyone tried this ? Is it any good ?


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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Tue Sep 30 2014, 18:17

    ......not tried it yet Mo but it does look amazing. Have watched the video twice and felt I could just eat a slice.

    It's on the must try this list  Smile

    But if anyone does try it out please let us know.

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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Wed Dec 17 2014, 07:19



    Why not give your Broccoli a bit of a zing! Just add tomatoes and bacon.

    Sautéed Broccoli, Tomatoes and Bacon

    Ingredients:
    Serves Four
    4 slices bacon, cut into 1-inch pieces
    1 bunch broccoli, cut into florets (6 cups)
    1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved
    salt and black pepper

    Directions:
    In a large frying pan, cook the bacon over medium heat, stirring often, until crisp, 6 to 8 minutes. Transfer to a plate.
    To the frying pan / skillet, add the broccoli and tomatoes and cook, tossing often, until the broccoli is tender, 8 to 10 minutes. Season with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Sprinkle with the bacon.

    Works out to approx. 7 carbs per serving.

    Original recipe idea can be found at http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/sauteed-broccoli-tomatoes-bacon

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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by zand on Wed Dec 17 2014, 07:55

    Thanks Jan, I reckon even I could manage that and it looks delicious! Smile
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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Andy12345 on Wed Dec 17 2014, 11:41

    looks yummy, broccoli was one of the foods you couldn't pay me to eat, strangely now i love it with a passion, its all in the mind, for example the other day i bought some spinach, not had a lot of experience with spinach so I'm deciding the best way to cook it when i ate a bit out of the packet, it tasted a bit like grass but i ended up having it on my dinner like that, now I'm sure if i didn't know it was healthy my brain would not have enjoyed it uncooked, but i loved it and vowed to have it more often, my brain is telling my tastes buds "if its healthy, its tastey" weird huh
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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by mo1905 on Wed Dec 17 2014, 14:58

    Looks lovely Jan ! I'd be tempted to throw a few mushrooms in there too !


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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Fri Jan 23 2015, 12:34

    @Jan1 wrote:Don't know about you but Broccoli is one of our favourite vegetables and there are many different recipe ideas.

    So I thought why not have a selection of Broccoli recipes? I'm starting off with Broccoli and Smoked Salmon Omelette.



    Have to admit my omelettes do not always look as perfect as this picture shows, in fact Eddie has been known to say "did you serve this up with a catapult?". The ingredients may be there but the presentation may be lacking…but I don’t mind (too much) as long as they taste great ..better luck next time..and for Omelette’s there is always a next time.

    On my travels around the internet I happened to spot this very nice recipe. Perhaps the Smoked Salmon is a trifle expensive but once in a while …why not.

    As omelettes are so quick to make, most view the fact that, it is not worth making a larger one to serve two people and it’s also far easier to make an individual one in a smaller pan.

    So, Ingredients For One

    1 tbsp olive oil
    100g Tenderstem® Broccoli, each piece cut into 3
    Half a small red onion, finely sliced
    3 large free-range eggs
    Knob of butter
    2 tbsp cream cheese
    1 tbsp chopped chives
    Salt and pepper
    50g smoked salmon, cut into strips

    Method

    1. Heat the olive oil in a small non-stick frying pan (around 15cm diameter) and gently sauté the Broccoli and onion, until softened and onion starting to become golden. Remove from the pan and keep to one side.
    2. While the onion and Broccoli are cooking, mix together the cream cheese and chopped chives. Season with salt and pepper.
    3. Return the pan to the hob, increase the heat and add the butter. Break the eggs into a bowl and whisk together with a fork. Season with salt and pepper.
    4. Once the butter is bubbling, add the eggs. Swirl around the pan and either using a fork or rubber spatula, stir around until the eggs are almost set. Spread to cover the surface and leave to continue cooking for a minute or so, until the top of the eggs are almost set, with just a little liquid on the surface.
    5. Spoon the onion and Broccoli onto one half of the omelette. Add the cream cheese and finally lay over the salmon. Tilt the pan and carefully fold over the other half of the omelette on top of the filling. Slide onto a plate and serve with a green salad.

    Tip... Fried bacon or chorizo are delicious alternatives to smoked salmon. You could also add a pinch of dried chilli flakes into the pan with the onion and Broccoli for a kick.

    For original recipe idea please go to the ‘Tenderstem’ site - link here.
     
    http://www.tenderstem.co.uk/recipe-detail.php?id=8

    Looking forward to hearing your favourite broccoli recipe  sunny

    All the best Jan

    How about trying this great tasting omelette soon - just an idea sunny

    All the best Jan
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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Jan1 on Thu Apr 09 2015, 22:54

    @Jan1 wrote:
    @Jan1 wrote:Don't know about you but Broccoli is one of our favourite vegetables and there are many different recipe ideas.

    So I thought why not have a selection of Broccoli recipes? I'm starting off with Broccoli and Smoked Salmon Omelette.



    Have to admit my omelettes do not always look as perfect as this picture shows, in fact Eddie has been known to say "did you serve this up with a catapult?". The ingredients may be there but the presentation may be lacking…but I don’t mind (too much) as long as they taste great ..better luck next time..and for Omelette’s there is always a next time.

    On my travels around the internet I happened to spot this very nice recipe. Perhaps the Smoked Salmon is a trifle expensive but once in a while …why not.

    As omelettes are so quick to make, most view the fact that, it is not worth making a larger one to serve two people and it’s also far easier to make an individual one in a smaller pan.

    So, Ingredients For One

    1 tbsp olive oil
    100g Tenderstem® Broccoli, each piece cut into 3
    Half a small red onion, finely sliced
    3 large free-range eggs
    Knob of butter
    2 tbsp cream cheese
    1 tbsp chopped chives
    Salt and pepper
    50g smoked salmon, cut into strips

    Method

    1. Heat the olive oil in a small non-stick frying pan (around 15cm diameter) and gently sauté the Broccoli and onion, until softened and onion starting to become golden. Remove from the pan and keep to one side.
    2. While the onion and Broccoli are cooking, mix together the cream cheese and chopped chives. Season with salt and pepper.
    3. Return the pan to the hob, increase the heat and add the butter. Break the eggs into a bowl and whisk together with a fork. Season with salt and pepper.
    4. Once the butter is bubbling, add the eggs. Swirl around the pan and either using a fork or rubber spatula, stir around until the eggs are almost set. Spread to cover the surface and leave to continue cooking for a minute or so, until the top of the eggs are almost set, with just a little liquid on the surface.
    5. Spoon the onion and Broccoli onto one half of the omelette. Add the cream cheese and finally lay over the salmon. Tilt the pan and carefully fold over the other half of the omelette on top of the filling. Slide onto a plate and serve with a green salad.

    Tip... Fried bacon or chorizo are delicious alternatives to smoked salmon. You could also add a pinch of dried chilli flakes into the pan with the onion and Broccoli for a kick.

    For original recipe idea please go to the ‘Tenderstem’ site - link here.
     
    http://www.tenderstem.co.uk/recipe-detail.php?id=8

    Looking forward to hearing your favourite broccoli recipe  sunny

    All the best Jan

    How about trying this great tasting omelette soon - just an idea sunny

    All the best Jan

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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by RANDBURG on Fri Apr 10 2015, 14:04

    Hi all,
    Anyone tried to make Broccoli Rice ?
    It is similar to Cauliflower so should work ?
    " Same old Crap, different colour ?Shocked
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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by Paul1976 on Fri Apr 10 2015, 14:09

    Its texture is softer than cauliflower so it might not grate too well though I've never tried doing it so if you do try it Brian,let us know how you get on Smile I've mashed Broccoli before and that was nice with butter and black pepper. Smile


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    Post by RANDBURG on Fri Apr 10 2015, 14:13

    Thanks Paul, I usually use a food processor to "grate " my cauliflower rice, so should work
    I give it a try
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    Post by Jan1 on Sat Apr 11 2015, 14:38

    @RANDBURG wrote:Hi all,
    Anyone tried to make Broccoli Rice ?
    It is similar to Cauliflower so should work ?
    " Same old Crap, different colour ?Shocked  

    I always use cauliflower for substitute 'rice'. I haven't tried broccoli rice - it does seem to cook differently to cauliflower a softer texture so it may not work.

    Do please let us know how the experiment goes ......

    Thanks

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    Post by RANDBURG on Sat Apr 11 2015, 15:39

    Thanks Jan,
    Will try .May is the start of our Cauliflower season, so they a bit hard to find fresh at times ( Loads of Frozen).
    Broccoli is abundantly available, so I was just thinking confused
    Wish we had swedes here, ive eaten them when "Overseas" on holidays (Italy), but our closest is Turnips and they not quite the same
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    Post by Jan1 on Sat Apr 11 2015, 18:03

    @RANDBURG wrote:Thanks Jan,
    Will try .May is the start of our Cauliflower season, so they a bit hard to find fresh at times ( Loads of Frozen).
    Broccoli is abundantly available, so I was just thinking confused
    Wish we had swedes here, ive eaten them when "Overseas" on holidays (Italy), but our closest is Turnips and they not quite the same


    Shame you cannot get swedes - it's like we can't get spaghetti squash ........ although I think you can buy seeds and grow it. Didn't Two Collies try this? Mo is growing parsnips this year and I know of some who have given growing celeriac a try.

    We have broccoli tonight our local supermarket had a great sized 'bunch' for under .50p which is a good price.

    If you have an abundance of broccoli do give broccoli rice a try .......

    All the best Jan
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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by beardie on Sat Apr 11 2015, 18:18

    Perhaps worth keeping the stems and grating them.
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    Post by Jan1 on Sat Apr 11 2015, 18:32

    @beardie wrote:Perhaps worth keeping the stems and grating them.

    Absolutely stems can be used ........

    " Don't throw away those stems and leaves of broccoli. Enjoying the stems and leaves will not only give you added flavor and nutrition, but more broccoli for your buck!

    We all know broccoli is good for us, but did you know that the different parts of the broccoli plant make their own distinctive contributions to its overall nutritional value? Broccoli stems have a wonderful mild sweet flavor and are much higher in fiber than the florets; they are renown for the amount of extra fiber they can add to your diet. While the florets contain more beta-carotene than the stalks, the leaves actually are a richer source of beta-carotene than either the stems or florets. And remember when selecting broccoli florets that the dark green, bluish-green, or purplish-green color contain higher concentrations of beta-carotene than pale green or yellowish-green florets.

    When cooking broccoli it is best to peel off the tough outer layer of the stem before cooking. Slice them into medium size pieces and cook for 2-3 minutes before adding the florets; add the leaves along with the florets."

    words courtesy of WHFoods - http://whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=foodtip&dbid=6

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    Post by Sharon on Sat Apr 11 2015, 19:29

    i always buy the green broccoli . have seen purple sprouting sort . wonder does it taste any different .
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    Re: Broccoli Recipe Ideas

    Post by beardie on Sat Apr 11 2015, 22:17

    Similar but different. I prefer the ordinary stuff or the tenderstem.

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