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If broccoli is what's for dinner tonight, we have the recipe to get it on the table. From broccoli casseroles to broccoli stir-fries and everything in between, explore hundreds of tasty broccoli recipes on Yummly.

Roasted Broccoli

Roasting is one of the most delicious, easiest ways to cook fresh broccoli. With just a drizzle of olive oil and kosher salt, it can be on the table in ten minutes for a side dish to accompany chicken or steak. However, if you want to make it more interesting, t…

ere are recipes that work in parmesan cheese, smashed garlic cloves, or lemon zest.

Stir-Fry Broccoli

Broccoli works well in stir-fries because it's stirred quickly over high heat and served immediately. If you do it quick enough, it'll stay crunchy with your rice or noodles. It makes an excellent weeknight dinner for a variety of diets: gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan. It's also a low-carb vegetable like Brussels sprouts and kale, so you can find keto-friendly broccoli recipes as well.

Broccoli Casseroles

Broccoli casseroles are good for frozen broccoli and can be served as a main dish with or without chicken, or a healthy side dish. Broccoli is often paired with cauliflower and cheddar cheese in casseroles -- kids love it that way (and so do adults) but there are lighter versions to discover that are healthy and family-friendly.

Steamed Broccoli

Steaming broccoli is another easy and healthy way to prepare broccoli. Unlike roasting, you don't need extra virgin olive oil or any other fat to cook your veggies. If you know how to boil water, you can steam broccoli -- there are even recipes for those who don't have steamer baskets. Served with a squeeze of lemon juice, it pairs well with fish like salmon. If you like light side dish recipes, this might be your new favorite way of preparing broccoli.

Broccoli Salad

If you want a salad that's filling and filled with nutrients, there are many different types of broccoli salad to try. A lot of the recipes are medleys of onions, nuts, and dried fruit (cranberries or raisins) and a mayonnaise dressing, but there are many lighter variations that use yogurt or a vinaigrette like broccoli slaw.

Quick Tips

Broccoli is a tough vegetable, but cooking it is slightly tricky. Here are a few quick tips for making the most of it.

The Right Color

Whether you're stir-frying, steaming, or roasting broccoli, cook it only until it's bright green. It doesn't take long to get it to the right color, so you have to keep a close eye on it.

Recovering Overcooked Broccoli

If you accidentally overcook your broccoli, you can try to save it by running it under cold water or dunking it in ice water to stop it from cooking further.

Don't Throw Out the Stalks

We all love broccoli florets, but the stalks are full of nutrients, too. Trim off the woody bottom of the stalk, but the rest is just as tender as the florets when it's cooked.

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