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 25 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 7 months ago
Great. Used maple syrup instead of nrown sugar.
Hdhdjd 7 months ago
Hoisin sauce instead of tamari...that turns this into a 5* dish.
Bohannon 8 months ago
Needs much more sauce
Luis Zamudio 8 months ago
The best broccoli recipe yet!
Christine R. 8 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 9 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.