Broccoli with Garlic

by on February 4, 2006
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Along with last night’s Rotini All’Arrabbiata I whipped up a quick side dish:

Broccoli with Garlic

Broccoli with Garlic

1 head broccoli, cut into spears
3 cloves garlic, slivered or chopped
1/2 cup vegetable broth
splash of white wine
sprinkling of vegan Parmesan

In a little water, sauté the garlic over medium heat for a minute or two. Add the broccoli and vegetable broth, cover and steam until the broccoli is tender but still bright green, about 5 minutes. Add a splash of white wine, stir and cook for a minute more, and serve with a sprinkling of vegan Parmesan.

Easy and delicious, especially if you’re a garlic lover!

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1 cassy July 7, 2010 at 11:25 pm

yummy!!! I love broccoli and garlic and will def give this a try!

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2 The Vegan! July 26, 2010 at 10:37 am

This looks so tasty. I love broccoli and garlic — one of the best combos.

And on the topic of broccoli, I harvested the broccoli from my garden yesterday in hopes of adding it to a curry but as I was washing it off I noticed tiny little inchworms (almost the exact same green as the stalks) sitting near the heads of the plant. I got them off and didn’t notice any eggs, but I’m just grossed out and not sure if they were eating it or just living in it. Do you know what I should do to prevent further inchworm visitors or an effective way to spot them and wash them off?

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