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Roasted Florets

February/March 2005, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (26 votes)

Roasting members of the brassica family brings out a hidden nutty sweetness that could change a few minds about these oft-maligned vegetables. Use either broccoli or cauliflower or a colorful mix.



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"So many people don't realize how baking vegetables intensifies their best properties. Try roasted brussel sprouts, "
Roasted Florets Recipe

9 Reviews for Roasted Florets

08/16/2010
Anonymous

So many people don't realize how baking vegetables intensifies their best properties. Try roasted brussel sprouts,

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04/19/2010
Anonymous

So much taste compared to steamed,more people would like cauliflower if their Mom made it this way.

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01/18/2010
Anonymous

I added a little bit of garlic power to taste. These were delicious and so easy to prepare. I will definitely make this a staple in my cookbook.

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

can't be any tastier, just perfect. use 450 for 30 min. it's like candy.

joe loiacono, Jackson, NJ

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

400 degrees vegetable oil s & p no lemon Turn once and cook until brownish dellllllllicccciousssss I cooked mine on the little rack and grillpan that came w/the toaster oven.

Sugarpoprock, Hollyweird, CA

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