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My husband and I devoured about a pound of broccoli after making this recipe- we couldn't leave it alone! Oh yeah, a tip for making sure all the broccoli pieces are evenly coated; put the oil mixture and broccoli in a gallon size zip-lock bag and "shake it up". Thanks for sharing this super yummers recipe. Between roasting and grilling my veggies, I doubt I'll ever go back to steaming.
This really makes all the difference in the world in the flavor of broccoli. Roasting it with the garlic makes for a very mellow, mild garlicky flavor. Both my kids raved about it, which is HUGE because they are not veggie eaters AT ALL. I added a very generous splash of fresh lemon juice instead of the Parmesan just before serving and I think that was a great addition. I doubt I'll prepare broccoli any other way in the future. Don't think the Parmesan is necessary but I'm sure it is tasty that way, too.
Excellent! I love broccoli cooked this way. The parmesan is a nice touch, but to save calories, is not necessary. I use only about 1-2T olive oil and a lot more garlic that I crush lightly before adding to the sheet. I like to cook this about 20 minutes, but I like my veggies cooked. Thanks for posting, riffraff, this is a great recipe!
This was wonderful! The broccoli kept it's flavor, and it stayed nice and crisp. We will make this again and again, thanks for posting!
Delicious and easy! I didn't use the full amount of olive oil, maybe about 2 1/2 tablespoons. I added some slivered almonds...really good!
This was delicious! I used garlic powder instead of fresh garlic cloves, and I did not add any parmesan. I cooked mine for about 25 minutes...we like our roasted vegetables with a lot of char! Thanks for sharing!
This was very good. I had roasted vegetables before, but this was my first attempt at roasting broccoli. To save a few fat grams I used only 3 tbsp. oil and omitted the parmesan cheese. I used extra garlic and roasted the broccoli for 25 minutes as I like my veggies to be a little softer. Now I have a tastier purpose for those big bags of pre-cut broccoli florets that I buy at Costco. I was so tired of steaming! Thanks for posting.
I love roasted broccoli. The garlic and red pepper flakes really added a nice flavor. Thanks for sharing riffraff. Made for Name That Ingredient Tag.
This broccoli is simply amazing! Our whole family loved it, and our picky 2 year old actually ate broccoli, instead of throwing it for the first time! This will be my go to cooking method for broccoli from now on. Thank you riffraff!
Tasty but simple! Go for the 4 cloves of garlic!