This recipe's prep-instructions are the star! I usually just zap my brocc w/ a lemon wedge and butter in the microwave, but this method produced restaurant quality texture and color -- really, these WERE Brilliant Broccoli! My husband and I gushed (in b/t mouthfuls) over the bright green hue and the crunch that the broccoli retained, even after we sauteed longer than the 1-2 min. the recipe called for. Only difference was that I shook on powdered Parm (I know, I know, it's no sub for grated fresh, but it's all I had!) and scaled the red pepper back. It still had quite a kick to it, so my toddler made a face when she put a "tree" in her mouth. I served this broccoli w/ 2 recipes from here as well, which complimented it well -- "Algerian Carrots" and "Roasted Pork Chops with Tomatoes, Mushrooms, and Garlic Sauce." Thanks for a great recipe, Doppio!
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This recipe's prep-instructions are the star! I usually just zap my brocc w/ a lemon wedge and...