Baked Broccoli

Baked Broccoli created by Bay Laurel

This is a recipe that I saw on Food Network and thought I'd give it a try. It is a remix of the old boring broccoli and cheese.

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  • Cut broccoli into "trees" (stalks and florets together) then cut trees in half.
  • Put broccoli on baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil. Salt and pepper to tase.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes or until tender.
  • Take out of oven and sprinkle parmesan cheese over top and bake again until cheese is bubbly.
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"This is a recipe that I saw on Food Network and thought I'd give it a try. It is a remix of the old boring broccoli and cheese."

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  1. thejonesgal
    I've been wanting to try this for a while, and finally did! I had a bag of fresh broccoli florets from Costco and wasn't sure they'd work - since the stems are short, but they were great. While drizzling the olive oil, I decided to toss the florets around in it and then baked it. <br/>My husband suggests I use garlic salt next time.<br/>Delicious! Thank you for posting it.
  2. Chef Simple
    This was so tasty and a much better alternative to steaming it. Thanks!
  3. VLizzle
    Delicious and simple! I was searching for something to do with broccoli, other than steaming it and this was perfect. I used fresh grated parmesan cheese and I plan on experimenting with other cheeses. Thanks so much for sharing!
  4. dasurace
    This recipe was very very good! My daughter and I enjoyed the flavor of the broccoli being baked, it was a nice, flavorful change...I would definetly make this dish again.
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