Our broccoli recipes collection offers every steamed, roasted, sautéed and creamed version imaginable of this versatile veggie. Whether you’re serving broccoli as a side dish, in a soup, salad or as the featured vegetable with an entree, our healthy broccoli recipes are delicious ways to put more fibre in your diet. This versatile vegetable, loaded with vitamins A, C and K, is delicious on Green Pizza, in Broccoli Beef and Potato Hotdish and more. Enjoy our healthy broccoli recipes for side dishes and main courses.
Fresh green broccoli florets float in this hearty meatless soup, however it is really the broccoli stems that do the real work. They are cooked with the diced potatoes and then pureed to form a creamy base.
This easy casserole is full of beef mince, roasted broccoli and topped with hash browns. Roasting the broccoli before adding it to the casserole gives the whole dish a much more complex and exciting flavour, but it’s by no means necessary.
This salad is made from uncooked broccoli tossed with a garlic, sesame, chilli and cumin seed vinaigrette mixed with extra-virgin olive oil and red wine vinegar. The acid cooks the florets a little as ceviche does with fish. After an hour, the broccoli softens as if blanched, turning bright emerald green and soaking up the intense flavours of the dressing.
Broccoli slaw is a variation of traditional coleslaw with shredded raw broccoli stalks substituted for cabbage. It may also contain mayonnaise, carrots, vinegar or lemon juice, sugar, salt and pepper. It is commonly served at potlucks or “covered dish” parties. It is also called broccoli cole slaw or broccoli slaw salad.
Bring the spicy aromatic flavours of Thailand to your table with this quick and easy beef stir-fry. We show you how to whip up this satisfying dinner complete with steamed rice, from prep to serving in 30 minutes flat. And we guarantee that it will be healthier and more delicious than any of your local takeaways.
This recipe doesn’t need a steamer basket, just a modest amount of liquid in a standard skillet steams the broccoli to perfection. The ginger and sesame impart a slightly Asian flavour to the dish. Delicious on its own or as a side dish.
Measurements can differ from country to country, so below we have outlined the measurements that we use at Aussie Taste. There is a dropdown selector you can use to have the recipe converted between metric and imperial. Most recipes have temperatures converted also.
Oven temperatures are for conventional; if using fan-forced (convection), reduce the temperature by 20°C.
Australian spoons and cups: 1 teaspoon equals 5 ml; 1 dessertspoon equals 15 ml; 1 tablespoon equals 20 ml; 1 cup equals 250 ml.
All herbs are fresh (unless specified) and cups are lightly packed.
All vegetables are medium size and peeled, unless specified.