Crispy Roasted Broccoli~Crispy Broccoli Recipe~Fresh Vegetable Side Dish~Tasty Side Dish~Noreen

Crispy Roasted Broccoli~Crispy Broccoli Recipe~Fresh Vegetable Side Dish~Tasty Side Dish~Noreen

Hi, everyone. I’m Noreen and welcome back to my [kitchen] today We’re going to make a delicious vegetable side dish that I like to call crispy Broccoli This is roasted broccoli that is seasoned with garlic and my homemade Savory seasoned salt so let’s go see how this all comes together we’re going to make the best crispy broccoli ever now if you are broccoli lover you’re already going to love this anyway, but Stop it. You like it when I roast the broccoli though. Everybody does now I have been known to for instance I had a big vegetable tray for Molly’s graduation party And there was broccoli cauliflower carrots and celery left over the Cherry tomatoes We did not throw in but I wrote admit pork roast the following night and I took all [of] the veggies except for the tomatoes off of the Veggie Tray and I threw them in the pan with [the] with the pork roast that broccoli and cauliflower was so delicious and flavorful and I’m going to make you some crispy roasted broccoli today, and it’s super super easy Really four ingredients and a hot oven and you’re going to have a side dish [that] everybody is going to beg you for I have [a] two pound bag of broccoli florets that I picked up in our last Sam’s club Haul, and Just wash [it] and make sure it’s nice and dry those come pretty clean, so you know you just treat it accordingly and then all we’re going to do is I have about a quarter of a cup of Extra Virgin olive oil we’re going to toss that right on in there a good helping of chopped garlic I would say this is between four and six cloves you put as much or [as] little in here as you like and then I have my super savory salt this is our crazy mixed-up salt dupe and We’re going to go ahead and we’re going to Dress this with a good portion of that and then get your hands in there And we’re going to go [ahead] And we’re going to mix everything up Make sure [that] everything gets coated with garlic and olive oil and salt and you know what just smells amazing already this smells so so good [now] you don’t want this drowning in oil so a Quarter of a cup is a good place to start And if you feel like you want a little bit more well, then you can always drizzle it once you put [it] in the pan But you’re going to be able to tell The broccoli is going to appear to be glossy So you’ll be able to know [that] all of these pieces have been coated with a good amount of olive oil and there’s no olive oil left in the bottom of this this bowl, so You don’t want that either [now]. I have a sheet pan, and [I] just lined it with aluminum foil You don’t have to put the foil on it. If you don’t [want] to that’s entirely up to you I have my oven preheated [to] 400 degrees you’re going to just go [ahead] and pop this broccoli on here in a single layer to the best of your ability now this two pound bag [of] Broccoli florets is going to cover this sheet pan quite nicely. [I] am going to kind of put the florets fluffy side up we’re going to roast these for about 20-25 minutes and While I’m doing that I’m going to cook my dinner. So these are going to go in the oven [woopsie] for about 25 minutes or Thereabouts Until they’re nicely browned and crispy on the edges, and we’ll be back when these come out And I’ll be able to show you what it looks like well there you [have] it this just came out of the oven it was in the oven for 25 minutes at 400 degrees and At 20 minutes I checked it And I just took the pan out and flipped it around and I didn’t stir the broccoli or anything I wanted to give this nice brown now I know it looks black, but it’s not it’s brown and it’s perfect and it’s crispy and it’s delicious So now I’m going to go ahead and just get this into a serving Bowl, and we’ll be right back And we’ll give it a taste because it can’t wait and there you have it as promised I brought you back to show you how we’re going to serve this [I] really just scoop this into [a] serving Bowl And then everybody’s going to eat it you think two pounds of broccoli is too much I know this is going to be gone before you know in fact I’ll be Surprised if [people] aren’t already sneaking pieces of it before I actually serve dinner We’re just like Rick even like [City] says right rick is not a huge fan of broccoli But there is just something about the broccoli when you roast it [cold] flower is the same way it gets nice and tender But it’s tender crisp and all the flavor is Just deepened and rich in by putting it in the oven and roasting it with a little bit of olive oil It just really is a spectacular way to cook broccoli, and it really is easy, [okay]? seeming sometimes can be a pain and you know I know a lot of people don’t like to [use] the microwave because they feel like it ruins the nutrition of the food But roasting in the oven is just a super way to do it, and if you’ve never tried it before I hope that you do give it a try sometime soon because I’m telling you it’s really amazing so Do you want to try this? I mean I know that you’ve already tasted it, but I’ll give you a little piece and you can season this up any way you like if you don’t like as much garlic as I use just leave it out if You want chop an onion up and throw that in there, too? Or instead of maybe some shallots or some green onions would be nice Whatever you prefer if you’re in a service as a side dish for an Asian meal Then give it a little bit of soy sauce in there And it’s going to take the place of that seasoning salt that we used and it’s going to be really really amazing So good right. I mean you could just eat that and Then tonight, we’re having some shells and white cheddar and a ham steak that I’m going to fry up And that’s dinner for a Friday night super easy and delicious and we are ready to eat [I] want [to] thank you for joining me today, and I hope you found the video helpful And I hope that you give this roasted crispy broccoli a try If you’re not already please consider hitting that subscribe button if you liked the video Please consider giving me a thumbs up if you’re already subscribed please hit that notification bell button because we don’t want any of you to Miss out on all the real food for real people Real easy recipes that we present all the time right here on our YouTube channel and straight from our kitchen I hope that you’ll give this roasted crispy broccoli a try and I hope that you love it and until next time I’ll see ya

40 thoughts on “Crispy Roasted Broccoli~Crispy Broccoli Recipe~Fresh Vegetable Side Dish~Tasty Side Dish~Noreen

  1. I was so happy when I saw the notification for this video! I've had a pretty stressful day…but your videos always bring me some peace even on my worst and most stressful days. Thank you Noreen and Rick!!!

  2. I love broccoli cooked or raw. Definitely will love it cooked this way. Thank you for sharing the goodness.:)

  3. I like your Hawaiian style sweet bread and ever Bobby like thin to thank you that the first time my bread come out I made all your bread recipe that was so good thank you my name is Judy lirette

  4. I have always roasted cauliflower but never broccoli. Will cook this for sure. Thank you Noreen πŸ™‚

  5. This is great! My kids do not like broccoli boiled and I do not care for it raw. This just might work for all of us! πŸ™‚ Thanks.

  6. Looks good. For 4 of us we usually roast 2-3 pounds of whatever veggies we are eating as a side. Rarely have any left over !!

  7. Noreen is the texture of the broccoli firm or soft??? I like broccoli but it must be soft! TFS yummy recipe again.?????

  8. My favorite way to cook broccoli….love this recipe….can also be made with frozen
    broccoli that has been defrosted if you don't have fresh broccoli on hand…love your channel Noreen???????

  9. Can't wait to try this! Looks super easy, healthy and love easy recipes I can do quickly after work as I don't love to cook. I really like your videos…thank you :))

  10. Roasting vegetables has truly changed my life. Other than raw this is the only way I serve vegetables. My mama bless her heart boiled vegetables within an inch of their life. And then smothered them in cheese because there was no flavor. I live alone so a 2 pound bag is 4 dinners for me.

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