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Herbed Broccoli Spears

"Our Test Kitchen shows that chopped tomato and a few simple seasonings are all you need to make broccoli a taste sensation for special-occasion suppers."
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15 m servings
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  1. Place 1 in. of water and broccoli in a saucepan. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 5-8 minutes or until crisp-tender. In a skillet, saute the tomato, garlic, onion, salt, basil and oregano in oil for 1 minute or until heated through. Drain broccoli; top with tomato mixture and stir gently.

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Broccoli was always just broccoli to me, an okay vegetable to lay on the side of the dinner plate...until now. To say this is 5-star is understated. Let's just say I made a full pound of broccol...

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I made this dish last night and am unsure what I did wrong as I followed the recipe exactly. The dish was colorful and I liked seeing the red tomatoes, but the broccoli did not have a taste—a sp...

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Broccoli was always just broccoli to me, an okay vegetable to lay on the side of the dinner plate...until now. To say this is 5-star is understated. Let's just say I made a full pound of broccol...

this was tasty! I did not have a tomato so I substituted a can of Italian diced tomatoes and left out the seasonings as the tomatoes already had them. Will make again!

We thought this broccoli dish was good but it didn't knock our socks off. Although very pretty, it did not seem as flavorful as it should have been with all the seasonings. I followed the reci...

I thought this was very tasty!! It's so quick and easy. I didn't have onion salt, so I used onion powder and added some salt. I also skipped heating it in a skillet. I steamed the broccoli and m...

I made this dish last night and am unsure what I did wrong as I followed the recipe exactly. The dish was colorful and I liked seeing the red tomatoes, but the broccoli did not have a taste—a sp...

Really looked great; I steamed the broc so they were bright green. I think it could have used more spices though, even doubling the amount next time. Second time I doubled the spices, added some...

This is my favorite side dish on this site and the one I make the most, sometimes by itself as a healthy lunch. It pairs perfectly with just about every main dish, and it's unusual/complex so it...

Both my kids really liked this recipe. I, on the other hand, didn't really care for it. I prefer my broccoli plain. My son doesn't usually like broccoli, but he liked this. Therefore, I will pro...

Nice change. I never have onion powder on hand, so I just subbed chopped red onion. Jarred minced garlic. And, in place of the individual spices, I used Penzey's Pasta Sprinkle. I had higher ...

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