Day: March 30, 2021

30 Healthy Broccoli Recipes That Are Damn Delicious

The healthy broccoli recipes some of us ate as kids didn’t exactly do the delicious cruciferous vegetable justice: boiled or steamed until mushy, offensively underseasoned, and horribly bland. As adults, we know better than to sleep on the bevy of fantastic broccoli recipes at our fingertips. 

Affordable and packed with nutrients like fiber and vitamin C, broccoli is worth having in your fridge crisper drawer for all of your breakfast, lunch, and dinner needs. Though not a meal by itself, pairing your veggies with a variety of protein-, complex-carbohydrate-, and healthy-fat-rich ingredients will ensure that what you’re eating is always satisfying, SELF columnist Jessica Jones, M.S., R.D., certified diabetes educator and cofounder of Food Heaven, has previously told SELF. That could mean roasting your broccoli and serving it atop soba noodles with a soft-boiled egg, or baking it right into a cheesy, overnight breakfast casserole. 

Broccoli is great for

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NYT Food Editor Sam Sifton Says Don’t Depend On A Recipe: Just Improvise!

Sam Sifton, food editor of The New York Times and co-founder of the wildly popular NYT Cooking, knows a lot about what and how America cooks.

In the past few years, Sifton has become a proponent of what he calls “no-recipe recipes” — so much so that he’s written a book about it, aptly titled “The New York Times Cooking No-Recipe Recipes.”

Sifton spends a lot of time thinking about how to make better tasting and more useful recipes. But when talking with people about how to make meals at home, he often uses less precise language to describe the recipe — such as cooking with a medium-hot oven or incorporating a handful of something.

He introduced this concept to the What to Cook newsletter every Wednesday to offer “a new way of thinking about food so that you don’t have to always follow a recipe,” he says. “You

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