Broccoli-pesto pasta
broccoli in water for 10 min or until soft Roast the sunflower seeds in the oven for 12-15 min craving will be a broccoli pesto. You're welcome. For some reason pasta has a bad reputation, but we we have a solution for you. Broccoli pesto is your new best friend, your signature dish (just broccoli store-bought. But you might not know that from now on your new everyday craving will be a broccoli pesto. You're welcome. Serves 4 | 30 min | Easy to eat it. - Lotta 1 head of broccoli 2 dl roasted sunflower seeds one pot of basil ½ dl olive oil Broccoli-pesto pasta until golden brown, just make sure to mix them every now and then When the broccoli and sunflower seeds
Noodles with tofu, broccoli & peanut butter sauce
Easy and tasty everyday noodles with broccoli, tofu and the simplest peanut butter sauce ever fry everything and not steam or boil them. Have fun! - Anton egg noodles 1 head of broccoli 250 g the tofu doesn't become soggy (if frying with too many other things, especially broccoli that has a Noodles with tofu, broccoli & peanut butter sauce like to bake the broccoli in the oven, because that frees up space in the frying pan and ensures that lot of moisture in it), and that the broccoli is still crispy and has some bite left in it. But if and easy as well and not go on long tangents about the healthiness and versatility of broccoli
Green salad with broccoli, kale & avocado
Green salad with broccoli, kale & avocado Bake for another 5min until the broccoli is cooked (be sure to keep an eye on the kale so that it broccoli stem lengthwise into quarters Drizzle some olive oil and salt over the broccoli and bake in the oven for 10min Rip the kale into smallish pieces with your hands and throw in the oven with the broccoli Turn your oven on to 200°C Chop your broccoli by removing all the small heads and then slicing the used. a large handful of fresh spinach leaves (50-80g) two heads of broccoli (or one large one) one
Aubergine + kale curry with jasmine rice
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