Perfect Roasted Broccoli

Perfect Roasted Broccoli Recipe | ASpicyPerspective.comCrispy Perfect Roasted Broccoli with slightly charred edges and a touch of garlic!

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Broccoli may not be the sexiest vegetable, but it sure is improved by a quick roast under high heat.

If you love oven roasted squash, or were swept away by the roasted cauliflower craze, you are going to go nuts over today’s Perfect Roasted Broccoli.

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This simple recipe is my favorite way to eat broccoli, roasted as-is with a hint of garlic, or dipped in creamy sauce, or mixed into Buddha Bowls.

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Roasting broccoli florets on a baking sheet brings out there natural sweetness, tenderizes them, and gives them crispy edges.

With just a quick toss in olive oil and a little garlic powder, salt and pepper, you get the very best flavor from the broccoli and a touch of zest.

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The key to Perfect Roasted Broccoli is to not use too much or too little oil.

If you don’t use enough oil, the broccoli will steam more than roast, leaving the broccoli with flimsy edges. If you use too much oil, the broccoli will be greasy and limp.

Use just enough oil to fully coat the broccoli florets, without any dripping, or pooling on the baking sheet.

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Perfect Roasted Broccoli is so easy to make. Anyone can do it.

Just crank the oven up, watch the amount of oil you use, and don’t over season the broccoli.

It will stay green and earthy, with just enough crunch to make your kids (or picky adults) take notice!

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6 comments on “Perfect Roasted Broccoli

  1. Ron Hoodposted January 23, 2016 at 8:01 am Reply

    The recipes are awesome, but I wish you included nutrition information with your recipes.

  2. Amyposted January 24, 2016 at 10:56 am Reply

    This is one of my son’s favorite recipes.

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  5. Madelineposted June 16, 2017 at 2:54 pm Reply

    Can these roast at 400 for longer? Thinking of roasting multiple things along with the broccoli and they all call for 400 F.

    • Sommerposted June 17, 2017 at 9:21 am Reply

      Hi Madeline,

      Honestly, they’d be better off not roasting in a full oven, but you can give it a try. Roasting them at 400, for longer, is less of an issue than a loaded down oven. Let me know how they turn out!