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...
Dijon, Thyme, and Pine Nut Broccoli
jmeleeS Posted: 12/20/11
valthepal6 Posted: 12/04/11
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: 06/02/12Philadelphia, 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
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
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!