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Broccolini

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Broccolini looks like baby broccoli, but it's actually a natural hybrid of broccoli and Chinese kale. (If you can't find it, broccoli rabe can be used in its place.) The tender stalks are blanched first and then sauteed with lemon zest for a quick vegetable dish.

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Use broccolini in place of broccoli or asparagus in recipes, saute it with garlic or ginger, or serve it on a crudites tray. This side dish goes well with broiled fish or roasted or sauteed chicken.

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This delicious vegetable, which you may see labeled as baby broccoli, broccolini, or asparation, is a cross between broccoli and Chinese kale. It has a slightly milder, sweeter taste than broccoli and a more tender texture.