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Super Tasty Sauteed Broccoli
Super Tasty Sauteed Broccoli

Chances are good that you didn’t like it because it was either so overcooked that it was soggy or it was served raw with no flavour.


This recipe is so simple that a kid can do it and is better than any broccoli side dish at a restaurant. In fact, when I say so simple a kid can do it, my 11 year old son who aspires to own a healthy food-truck made and created this recipe for my lunch one day and it takes only five minutes and five ingredients.

 

Tasty Sautéed Broccoli


Ingredients
2 cups fresh broccoli florets
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp sea salt
Pinch of red pepper flakes


Directions
Cut the broccoli florets into smaller pieces so they cook quickly. Typically each large floret is cut into two to three pieces. In a large sauté pan over medium to medium-high heat, warm the olive oil and then add the broccoli, garlic, sea salt and red pepper flakes. Turning periodically for about five minutes or less. Broccoli should still have a firm texture and be bright green, but be soft enough to enjoy.

By Jessica Wyman

 


 

Jessica Wyman is a Certified Nutrition Coach and Yoga Teacher at Jessica-Wyman.com.  She has authored two books available on Amazon, Finding Your Foxy and Girlfriends Organic Kitchen

She believes that women are created by everything they eat, drink, breathe and believe and that concept is the cornerstone of the Wildly Nourished programs she co-created.  As a clean eating foodie and wellness maven, she teaches healthy living without the complicated rituals by focusing on simple ingredients to create your ideal life (and meals). 

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