Lemon Dijon Sauced Broccoflower or Broccoli

"This is how I make broccoflower, but it works well with broccoli, too. Two tbsp butter is usually plenty, but if you have a large head of broccoflower, you may want the 3 tbsp."
 
Lemon Dijon Sauced Broccoflower or Broccoli created by Kathy228
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  • Cook or steam broccoflower flowerets until fork-tender -- about 7-9 minutes; drain.
  • While flowerets are cooking, combine in a large bowl, melted butter, mustard, lemon juice, salt and sugar and mix.
  • Place cooked drained flowerets into bowl with the sauce and tooss to coat.
  • Sprinkle with parmesan cheese and gently toss.
  • Serve.
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  1. Ang11002
    The broccoli was tasty. I loved the lemon juice in this. Healthy and low carb:)
     
  2. suziwombat
    Needs a bit of tweaking for the health conscious. I use a small dollop of butter and more EVO and manuka honey instead of sugar. I also added a bit more lemon juice.
     
  3. suziwombat
    Needs a bit of tweaking for the health conscious. I use a small dollop of butter and more EVO and manuka honey instead of sugar. I also added a bit more lemon juice.
     
  4. Louiegirl1999
    I just tried this recipe and I loved it. I did not have Dijion mustard so I substituted honey mustard instead and it was really good. Perfect for kids and/or adults who have an adversion to brocoli & cauliflower.
     
  5. COOKGIRl
    From now on I think this will be the {{only}} way I'll ever prepare broccoflower! Yesterday I bought broccoflower out at the farm with no specific recipe in mind but I knew I'd find a winner here and I certainly did! Steamed the head intact for about 7 minutes then drizzled sauce on top. Garnished with Grana padano parmesan, cracked black pepper and lemon zest. A real winner! Thanks! Can't wait to make this again maybe with romanesco if I can find it at the farmers' market.
     
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