Roasted Broccoli With Garlic and Red Pepper

"This is quick and very addictive. The original recipe came from a magazine, I 'm not sure which one. It's probably from bon appetit. I have so many from that magazine that I've saved. I have tweaked it a little to suit my way of doing things."
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  • Preheat oven to 450. Toss broccoli with all the other ingredients. Transfer to a rimmed baking sheet. Spread them out in a single layer. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Roast 15 minutes. Toss them and turn them over and roast another 8 to 10 minutes until broccoli is browned nicely. Serve immediately. Yum!

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  1. Roasted veggies are the best! I really liked this broccoli because it was simple yet tasty. Just enough seasonings without drowning out the flavor of the broccoli. I used a little more than a 'pinch' of red pepper flakes. Delicious alternative to steaming. Thanx!
  2. This was super simple and easy side dish to the white lasagna I made this evening. Thank you!
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  3. I roasted it on a slower (350 degree oven) because I had something else cooking. It was delicious. My family loved it! I've made it a few times already!
  4. The broccoli was so yummy. I ate a few of them directly on the baking sheet. Some of them were crispy and so yummy. Thanks Realtor :) Made for Holiday tag game
  5. If my mother had known about roasting brocolli 50 years ago, I would have eaten it without a fuss :) This is really easy and tasty. I took another reviewer's advice and put the cheese on during the last few minutes so it wouldn't burn. Thanks for this keeper!


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