How to Cook Broccoli

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Here’s a very simple and delicious way to cook your Broccoli that even kids will love.  This recipe steams the cut crowns for only a few short minutes to ensure it’s nutritional value stays in tact.  This also means you don’t have to worry about over or under cooking the Broccoli when you do it this way.  Also, you won’t be losing much flavor either because the buds aren’t completely submerged under water to the point of drowning.  Only a half inch of boiling water, over medium heat, is required if you catch my drift.  And this is, hands down, the easiest and tastiest way to eat broccoli without adding garlic.

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Broccoli Ingredients:

1 Broccoli Crown, chopped
1 tbsp Butter
Water, 1/2 inch in the bottom of your pan
Salt and Pepper to taste


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