Broccoli, a bright green vegetable that resembles miniature trees with a grassy, earthy, and slightly bitter flavor. The tree-like structure is made up of a stalk or the stem and the florets or the large cluster of flower buds at the top. While most people tend to remove the stalk and only eat the florets, both can be eaten. The stalk has a milder flavor than the florets, and depending on if they are eaten raw or cooked, the texture can range from crispy, chewy, or mushy. One nice feature about the florets is created faux quinoa or couscous, similar to Cauliflower. This recipe for Roasted Broccoli with Parmesan will allow you to taste the stalk and florets, so you can enjoy the full depth of flavor and texture that this vegetable has to offer. By adding Parmesan, lemon, and olive oil to the dish, we have added nutty and zesty flavors, which complement and enhance the natural flavors of the broccoli. We hope you enjoy our Roasted Broccoli with Parmesan recipe and that it becomes a regular part of your healthy cooking.
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