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Mediterranean Roasted Broccoli & Tomatoes

September/October 2007

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (106 votes)

This dish of roasted broccoli and tomatoes is tossed with bright Mediterranean ingredients just before serving.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Unfortunately, my family didn't care for it at dinner last night. I thought it was excellent. I tried the leftovers folded into some eggs this morning for breakfast and it was so delicious! From now on I'll make it for a few days' worth...
Mediterranean Roasted Broccoli & Tomatoes

18 Reviews for Mediterranean Roasted Broccoli & Tomatoes

05/02/2015
Anonymous
Easy and DELICIOUS

This dish was packed with flavor!! I will make this again and again. :)

Simple, Quick, Nutritious, Cheap
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01/31/2015
Anonymous
Super tasty if you use kalamata olives

I also used kalamata olives and I think that makes all of the difference, since black olives are fairly bland imo. I also forgot to roast the tomatoes in with the broccoli, so when it was done, I simply mixed the sliced grape tomatoes in with the rest of the ingredients and it still turned out great. This will be in my regular rotation from now on.

Easy, few ingredients
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07/29/2014
Anonymous

I had to review this because it was wonderful. I didn't use the olives because I didn't have anything on hand. I will be making this again and trying the variations suggested. A+

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07/29/2014
Anonymous

I had to review this because it was wonderful. I didn't use the olives because I didn't have anything on hand. I will be making this again and trying the variations suggested. A+

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01/17/2014
Anonymous
This Has Become One of My Favorite Recipes

I make this recipe at least once or twice a month. I'm not a much of a broccoli lover, but this recipe has turned me around. I like to use kalamata olives instead of black olives and add about 1/4 cup of crumbled feta cheese.

easy to prepare
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