Slightly salty, slightly sweet, this soy and sesame roasted broccoli is addictive!
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- Preheat the oven to 400°F.
- Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Make sure the broccoli florets are roughly 1-inch wide. Place them in a large mixing bowl and sprinkle with the tamari, sesame oil, brown sugar and crushed red pepper (if using). Toss until the florets are evenly coated.
|Calories170Calories from Fat100|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Arthur Derrick 7 days ago
very good just needed an other 5mins for my tast
katie s. 4 months ago
was a show stopper. absolutely delicious
Adam 4 months ago
Way way way too salty. And maybe it’s just my oven but I had to cut the cook time by 10-15 minutes. Use a much smaller amount of tamari or low sodium soy sauce and this would be a nice side dish.
sarah s. 6 months ago
Excellent flavor! I used a Ninja Foodie which cut down on the time to 12mins
Brunton 6 months ago
Great. Used maple syrup instead of nrown sugar.
Hdhdjd 6 months ago
Hoisin sauce instead of tamari...that turns this into a 5* dish.
Bohannon 7 months ago
Needs much more sauce
Luis Zamudio 7 months ago
The best broccoli recipe yet!
Christine R. 7 months ago
WAY too much soy sauce. The broccoli tasted like salt.
Nick S. 8 months ago
Used a little soy glaze with the sesame oil. came out tasty, a little on the salty side, next time i will.go even lighter on the drizzle... fershizzle
Vinci Allen-Steward 8 months ago
It had a bit too much "bite" to it. Tgus, I'd use a smaller amounts of seasoning. Word of caution, if you can help it, use fresh florets rather than freezer held broccoli.