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Sauteed Baby Broccoli

Recipe photo courtesy of Antonis Achilleos

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.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2006
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If baby broccoli is unavailable, you can also use broccoli florets.

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  • tss
    11 JAN, 2008
    Oh my goodness. Now THIS was good!
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  • jammiejulie
    31 DEC, 2007
    I like broccolini even better then broccoli because of it's tenderness. It is also good sauted in oil with some garlic and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice just as it's served. It gets cold fast so make it just before eating.
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