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Johnny G's Favorite Broccoli

Johnny G's Favorite Broccoli created by Cook4_6

This is my husband's favorite broccoli, therefore I've named it after him. I've been making this recipe since the beginning of our marriage and it's always been one of his requests since that time. I found this recipe in a Southern Living magazine.

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  • Remove broccoli leaves, and cut off tough ends of stalks; discard. Wash broccoli thoroughly, and cut into spears.
  • Arrange broccoli in a steamer basket over boiling water. Cover and steam 5 minutes or until crisp-tender. Remove from heat; keep warm.
  • Heat sesame and vegetable oils in a small saucepan until hot but NOT smoking; remove from heat.
  • Add crushed red pepper, and let stand 10 minutes.
  • Add garlic and next 4 ingredients, stirring to dissolve sugar.
  • Toss broccoli spears gently with oil mixture just before serving. Serve hot or cold.
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"This is my husband's favorite broccoli, therefore I've named it after him. I've been making this recipe since the beginning of our marriage and it's always been one of his requests since that time. I found this recipe in a Southern Living magazine."
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  1. Cook4_6
    Great side for homemade General Tso's Chicken ... always a request of my daughter on her birthday!
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  2. Cook4_6
    Johnny G's Favorite Broccoli Created by Cook4_6
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  3. ForeverMama
    This is my husband's favorite broccoli, therefore I've named it after him. I've been making this recipe since the beginning of our marriage and it's always been one of his requests since that time. I found this recipe in a Southern Living magazine.
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