great recipe! very unique. i forgot to buy almonds, so i used some toasted chopped pecans! it worked out great! i used 3 chipotles and doubled the garlic. thanks for sharing!!!
I made this to go with Cuban Spiced Pork Chops & Spicy Sweet Potatoes. I enjoyed it a lot, but wouldn't be able to feed it to DH because he dislikes his mouth being on fire. I did make a couple of changes. I didn't have chipotle in adobo, so I subbed ground chipotle and I only had 1 lime and needed some to marinate my chops as well so I used a mixture of lime, lemon, and orange juice in both (which was probably better for me anyway because lime is my least favorite of the 3). Also, I think next time I need to use smaller pieces of broccoli because they got a little stringy cooked this way and were hard to cut, but aside from that I enjoyed the texture too. Thanks for the recipe.
We liked the flavored butter but didn't care for the roasting technique for the broccoli.
Wonderful flavors for broccoli. I followed the recipe exactly and we both loved it! This would taste good with a number of veggies as well!
THis was excellent - everybody loved it. I didn't have any almonds, so I left that out. 1 bunch of broccoli provided 4 *small* servings so I will be doubling this next time!! I just mashed he butter, etc. w/a spatula because I couldn't find my mini chopper.
This was a nice change of pace for broccoli and went very well with Cuban Spiced Pork Chops Cuban Spiced Pork Chops by toni gifford and Mexican Red Rice Grilled Steak With Crisp Gorgonzola Crust & Scallions by Jessica K.
very good! But I think the lime was biy much!Adobo yummy!
I made this the other day after I saw Tyler Florence make it and it is WONDERFUL! I made just as posted except to leave off the almonds. Even broccoli hating DH ate it. The tase is very flavorful and smokey. I think it would taste very good on fresh green beans as well.