Ever get in a rut where certain foods just don't sound appetizing? That was broccoli for me this fall/early winter. Until I made this dish, which quickly become a weekly staple and go-to dish for sharing with friends.
adapted from Anna
I don't measure anymore and the recipe is pretty forgiving, so if it looks like you need more bacon, use it (the thickness of slices can be deceiving). Mix it up with cauliflower or brussels sprouts instead of broccoli. Use pecans or pumpkin/sunflower seeds instead of walnuts.
8c broccoli florets
2-3T chopped walnuts
1 1/2t garlic powder
1/4t fine sea salt
~3T olive oil
3-4 slices nitrate-free bacon
Preheat oven to 400deg.
In a large bowl, combine broccoli, walnuts, garlic powder and salt. Pour in olive oil and toss, adding enough oil so that the broccoli isn't dry. Transfer to a cookie sheet (or two) so it's in a single layer.
Using scissors, cut bacon into ~1/2" slices and sprinkle over broccoli. Bake, 30-40min, stirring every 15min. Transfer to a dish and serve.
What's your favorite way to enjoy broccoli?