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4 Ways to Cook Frozen Broccoli - wikiHow
Frozen broccoli is a nutritious, cost-effective alternative to fresh broccoli. Since frozen broccoli is already cut, cleaned, and blanched, using it in your meals can also save you time. You can prepare frozen broccoli on a stovetop, in a microwave, or in an oven.
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How to Cook Cabbage
Cabbage tends to be an underestimated and underused vegetable. Rich in nutrients (especially fiber) and low in calories, cabbage is an ideal way to add a new flavor and twist to a meal. While it's true that the odor can be a challenge, knowing how to cook cabbage properly can virtually eliminate the sometimes unpleasant odor and give your dinner a surprise kick that may please even the
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How to Prepare Cauliflower Florets
Cauliflower florets are the smaller pieces of cauliflower that are removed from the cauliflower head as a whole. It is much easier to cook the florets than the entire cauliflower, and you may only need small portions anyway. This article explains how to prepare the cauliflower florets.
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How to Eat Cabbage
Cabbage is a versatile leafy green or red vegetable that is used in a wide variety of dishes around the world. You can cook it or eat it raw or even pickle or ferment it to preserve it and turn it into a tasty condiment. It pairs well with all kinds of dishes but goes especially well with all things pork. Add cabbage to main courses or make it into a healthy side dish. There is really
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How to Cook Broccoli
Broccoli is not only high in vitamin C, folic acid, and fiber, but it's also easy to cook and a nutritious addition to any meal. Whether you're steaming, sautéing, roasting, or blanching the broccoli, it's a tasty veggie that tastes great on its own or with a variety of other meats or vegetables. If you want to know how to cook broccoli, just follow these steps. Prep time (Steaming): 15
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How to Blanch Spinach
Blanching is an easy way to quickly cook green vegetables in order to preserve their flavors and nutrients. If you don’t blanch your spinach, the color can get dull and it can lose nutrients when you freeze it. Conveniently, you can blanch spinach on the stove top or in the microwave, then transfer it to a bowl of ice water. Once your spinach is blanched, use your spinach in your
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How to Cook Tenderstem Broccoli
Tenderstem broccoli is a hybrid species of Chinese kale and broccoli that is high in folic acid and vitamins A and C. Tenderstem broccoli are more delicate than regular broccoli, so they only take a few minutes to cook. The broccoli can be sautéed, roasted, steamed, or eaten raw. Whether you use them as a side dish or as an addition to your entree, tenderstem broccoli is a healthy and
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How to Make Fried Cauliflower
Cauliflower is a delicious, healthy vegetable that's high in fiber, nutrients, and antioxidants. Frying battered cauliflower in a pan or deep fryer is a great and easy way to enhance its flavor. With a few simple ingredients and techniques, you'll have an excellent side dish that even the pickiest eater at your table will happily gobble up.
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22-04-2021, 18:40
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How to Cook Turnips
Commonly available at local produce stores and farm stands, turnips are nutritious and can offer an unexpected burst of flavor to almost any dish. A turnip has a bite like a radish but more closely resembles a potato when it's cooked. Turnips can be sautéed, grilled, blanched, roasted, or even enjoyed raw. If you want to know how to cook them in a variety of ways, just follow these
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How to Cook Mustard Greens
Mustard greens are a bitter variety of leafy cruciferous veggies that come from the same family as spinach, collard greens, and kale. Learning how to cook these versatile greens can be a simple, tasty way to add a host of beneficial nutrients to your diet. After rinsing a big bunch of greens and removing the tough lower stems, you can simmer, steam, or sauté them until they take on the