Miso Roasted Broccoli #SundaySupper
I realized when I made this really quick and easy side dish that I love broccoli. (My evidence for just how much I love broccoli is here in how many broccoli recipes I’ve posted.) And, it’s one of the veggies that I have no problem getting my family to eat. I think broccoli is pretty well liked when it comes to veggies.
Now, the one exception to this love of broccoli in my family is my 3-year-old niece. She won’t touch the stuff. That goes for pretty much any veggie though. Her mom calls the broccoli florets “trees” in the hopes of getting the little one to eat the trees, er., I mean broccoli. But, alas, she won’t even try them to see if she likes them or not. (Heavy sigh). Oh well, Maybe one day I’ll make this Miso Roasted Broccoli for her and she’ll love it! (a girl can hope, can’t she!)
This side dish comes together really quickly, so it’s great for busy nights. Simply mix together the miso sauce mix, rub it into the broccoli, and roast for 10 minutes. Done! This would be a nice side dish for a simple Asian meal or even for a nice dish dinner.
The miso paste isn’t a strong flavor, if you aren’t familiar with it. It simply adds a nice salty flavor, and a bit of moisture to the broccoli. It’s the perfect simply way to make roasted broccoli.
You might have noticed that #SundaySupper in the title. I’m very excited that I’ll be working with the Sunday Supper movement.
Sunday Supper’s website describes what they do as, “We strive to create a better future for families, by partnering with brands and services that help families feel good, eat better and interact with each other. We want our mission to reach the homes of all families and inspire people across the world to spend time around the family table.”
That’s a mission I can get behind.
Scroll down to see all the blogs and recipes involved in this week’s Sunday Supper.
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Miso Roasted Broccoli
- 1 head broccoli cut into florets, about 3 ½ to 4 cups
- 1 tablespoon light olive oil
- 1 tablespoon white miso paste
- ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
- Preheat oven to 450 °F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Place the broccoli florets on the baking sheet.
- In a small bowl, mix oil, miso paste, and garlic powder. Using your hands, rub the miso mixture into the broccoli florets, and spread the broccoli in a single layer on the baking sheet.
- Roast for 10 minutes, or until broccoli start to brown and smell fragrant.