18 Best Broccoli Side Dishes For Dinner Tonight
Try these quick and tasty broccoli side dishes instead of the same old steamed broccoli.
Even children will request more since they are so delicious.
Excellent, colorful, and nutritious broccoli pairs well with practically any protein.
I'm referring to roasted chicken, seared steak, baked salmon, and other dishes.
Unfortunately, when it comes to preparing it, it's simple to get stuck.
I have therefore discovered 18 delicious broccoli side dishes to spice up your weekly supper plan.
They are simple to prepare and are guaranteed to fill empty stomachs.
You don't frequently see the words broccoli and indulgent combined. Even so, this creamy broccoli salad is exactly that—indulgent.
It has a remarkably creamy sauce and a deep flavor. The veggies are really crisp, and the bacon adds a hint of salty deliciousness.
It's undoubtedly among the best side dishes for broccoli you'll ever eat.
My preferred side dish is Brussels sprouts with a parmesan crust. So it surprises me that it took me so long to taste broccoli that has been parmesan-roasted.
This zesty side dish scarcely even has a broccoli flavor.
In fact, your family will probably devour it before you can even utter "broccoli" because it is so cheesy, garlicky, and lemony.
Simply omit the Parmesan if you want to make roasted broccoli vegan. Without all the cheese, it's still nice and crunchy.
Try adding some nutritional yeast if you like the cheesy-salty flavor!
Garlic is not included in this recipe either, but I always do.
This recipe calls for steamed broccoli, but it's not your typical steaming of broccoli.
This recipe for cheese-covered broccoli is really cheesy. The cheese also makes a significant influence.
Once it is served, you will continually crave it.
Try this dish if you enjoy having rice with your meals but wish it contained fewer carbohydrates.
Everyone is aware of how popular cauliflower rice is, but adding broccoli to the dish makes it much more tasty and colorful.
A keto enthusiast's dream, this meal has just two net carbs per serving.
My grandmother makes the best broccoli casserole around. Nevertheless, this recipe comes pretty darn close.
Less than ten ingredients are required, and there are only four steps in the recipe. Even inexperienced chefs should have no issue with it because it is so simple.
Additionally, it has a deliciously crispy cracker crumb topping and is meaty and cheesy.
You are welcome to use Panko, but be aware that you won't get the same crunch.
Are you more of a "meat and potatoes" person? Do you need to be coerced into eating more vegetables?
If so, try this dish for roasted potatoes and broccoli.
Everything you enjoy about flavorful, roasted potatoes is there in this dish. There are only a few cunningly small trees on the tray as well.
They taste just as delicious once the potatoes and broccoli have been combined and seasoned.
The best method to get youngsters (and adults) to eat their greens is by making fritters!
They resemble roasted potatoes with their crunchy edges and soft fillings, only much better!
For flavor, you'll also add almond flour, garlic, and cheeses like cheddar and Parmesan.
They are delicious and golden brown when cooked. Seriously, no one will even notice that the dish contains any greens.
Grilled broccoli is difficult to top because it's simple to prepare and keeps its crunchy snap.
Plus, it's tough not to adore the smokey, garlicky flavor. Additionally, it's difficult to pass up at less than 100 calories per serving.
Additionally, it supports a variety of diets, including vegan, keto, low-carb, low-calorie, gluten-free, and more.
I'm an absolute eater for potatoes gratin. What could possibly be superior to soft potatoes with onions, cream, and cheese?
Still, the carbohydrate content is quite substantial. So whenever I want something lighter, I create this broccoli version.
Onions are not in this recipe, but I always include them. Just slice them thinly and combine them with the vegetables. Yum!
This side dish, also referred to as broccoli "crack," is a must-have with anything.
It only requires eight ingredients, the majority of which are seasonings, and is simple to prepare.
It has a wonderful Panko breadcrumb topping and is cheesy and garlicky. Aside from that, you may finish it in 30 minutes or less!
As previously noted, broccoli pairs well with almost everything. And this broccoli and orzo dish is no different.
This dish is delicious both hot and cold, and the basic yet delicious ingredients make it perfect for your next Sunday supper.
Serve it with a piece of flaky seafood, prime rib, or pork loin. Delish!
Kids adore corn, if there's one thing I've discovered about them. We all do, after all.
However, combining vegetables with corn is a no-brainer if you want to motivate your kids to eat more vegetables!
Why not prepare this delicious, warming dish with only seven ingredients? Thanks to all the corn, it has a fantastic cheesy and almost sweet flavor.
Furthermore, it will complement a variety of main dishes, like chicken fingers and hot dogs!
It is not necessary to use meat to make a delicious stir-fry. In fact, they can succeed without it much more!
Stick to broccoli, onions, peppers, and mushrooms for a vegetarian entrée that everyone will adore.
The rich, earthy sauces will still be used, and the food will still be delicious. Just that it will cook more quickly!
Serve these vegetables with soft noodles and crinkly spring rolls.
Despite having a relatively long list of ingredients, this recipe is simple to prepare.
Tender pasta, a tangy-creamy sauce, and a ton of herbs and spices are all included in this dish. It's somewhat similar to mac & cheese because of all the cheese.
It's therefore ideal for finicky eaters.
Want a hearty, substantial broccoli salad? Try a couscous salad with roasted broccoli.
It has a warm, earthy flavor and is a hearty dish with small, chunky components.
A lot of crunch is there as a result of the chopped hazelnuts. If you prefer, feel free to substitute other nuts (pine nuts work great).
Even if broccoli isn't your favorite green vegetable, you'll like this meal.
Try these scrummy tots if you liked the idea of broccoli fritters but wanted them to be even kid-friendly!
Many of the ingredients—including garlic and onion powder—are the same. Additionally, the edges are equally as golden and crunchy.
These broccoli tots will be a huge hit with your kids if they enjoy tater tots.
Cheese and broccoli go well together almost every time. But what if bacon is added to the mix? Oh my goodness, that's too good!
The cheese and vegetables are given an added depth of salty, mouthwatering flavor by the bacon.
Serve this with chicken and potatoes or over pasta.
Additionally, it makes it a fantastic choice for the keto diet. It contains nine grams of protein for added power and is high in fat and low in carbs.