Recipe "Japanese-style broccoli marinade"

Broccoli can be eaten! Here are three "broccoli recipes" that the En-eating editorial department actually made and found to be delicious. * Click each recipe name link to jump to the detailed recipe page.

Broccoli Japanese-style marinade
broccoli, onion, of simple Japanese-style marinade with tomato recipes " Japanese-style marinated broccoli !" With grated garlic, the chopsticks are so delicious that they won't stop. It's healthy, but it's so delicious that you can't think of it as just vegetables!

Recipe "Japanese-style broccoli marinade"

The broccoli with a nice texture and the mellow richness of olive oil and the scent of garlic are soaked in it, and it's messed up! The crispy fresh onions and the sweetness of the tomatoes are a perfect match. Since it contains a little soy sauce, it has a slight umami taste that suits the taste of Japanese people. It is delicious that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.

- broccoli cream cheese tossed
sake also superb recipes "to proceed tossed broccoli cream cheese " will introduce. It is recommended to add umami with dried bonito flakes and add a little wasabi to the secret flavor to tighten the taste.

Exquisite recipe "broccoli with cream cheese"

The crispy and crunchy broccoli is wrapped in smooth cream cheese and is insanely delicious! The richness of mellow cheese and the refreshing saltiness of wasabi soy sauce are exquisite. Katsuobushi doubles the umami and fragrance, making it addictive.

Broccoli and made with seasoned vegetables
tofu and broccoli tofu Guaranteed knob " broccoli and tofu of seasoned vegetables recipes" will introduce. It's healthy but addictive!

"Broccoli and tofu namul" recipe

Crispy broccoli and fluffy tofu. The two opposite textures come alternately, and it's delicious! It is a seasoning that makes the savory sesame oil and chicken umami addictive. Even if you tear off the steamed chicken and add it, or if you drain the tuna can and add it, the volume will come out and it will be delicious!