Cut each stem of Broccoli about 2 inches below the flowers, and slice in such a manner that each flower has a bit of the stem.
Break/cut Cauliflower into individual flowers.
Place veggies in a colander/strainer and rinse thoroughly under cool running water.
Transfer to a large pot and fill with enough water to cover them.
Bring to a full boil. Add 1 tsp Salt, if you so choose.
Reduce heat and simmer for a couple minutes.
Do not over cook.
Place colander in clean sink and carefully empty the contents into it.
You may return the vegetables to the pot.
Add a part or two of Butter.
Cover and allow the butter to melt into the Vegetables.
Wonderful! Delicious! Nutritious!
Broccoli is a very versatile vegetable.
There are so many ways of preparing it - in soups, steamed, stir-fried, added to rice, drenched in Cheese Sauce, etc., etc.
However, some people enjoy it raw, after having dipped in into a dressing – for example – Ranch Dressing, Thousand Island, Centre Island, or some other island dressing.
By Rob Bob broccoli & cauliflower.
Was blown away by how well the broccoli & cauliflower did last year after trying this simple technique..
He came across this method of planting out brassicas last year & was very pleased with the results..
The plants that were planted in loose soil only did fair to average so decided to plant them all into firm soil this season..
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