Dijon, Thyme, and Pine Nut Broccoli

  • jmeleeS Posted: 12/20/11
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    I just made this recipe last night as we love broccoli, and I get a little tired of making it the same three ways that are in our repertoire. I liked this recipe, but my husband didn't care for it at all, so I have to say that I won't be making it again. My own tastes would rate this as average, but still don't believe it was good enough to make again. Okay at best...

  • valthepal6 Posted: 12/04/11
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    Delicious! I've made this several times already. I am not a broccoli lover, but this recipe makes it yummy! Very easy too.

  • KellyDiff Posted: 06/02/12
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    Philadelphia, PA

    Always looking for ways to make veggie sides a bit more interesting, without adding too much fat/calories, and this was good (I did without pine nuts).

  • mandofan Posted: 05/27/13
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    Pretty good, pretty simple. Nice way to dress up broccoli. I used a rice steamer and it took closer to 10-12 minutes for the broccoli to be cooked. Pine nuts take about 2 minutes to cook, on high heat in a toaster oven, stirring after a minute. Watch them...they burn easily and quickly. That said, they really tie the dish together, so don't omit them.

  • Sharehyoursmile Posted: 04/04/13
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    We loved it! I cut back on the oil and lemon, and used sunflower seeds instead of pine nuts. Also added a touch of honey for balance. Now I can get everyone to eat broccoli!

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