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Roasted Broccoli with Garlic

Roasted Broccoli with Garlic is a recipe I’ve made many times when I had guests and this roasted broccoli is so delicious you might not ever need another broccoli recipe. This healthy roasted broccoli is low-carb, Keto, low-glycemic, gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan! Use Side Dishes to find more recipes like this one.

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If you’ve never tasted Roasted Garlic you might not understand why this recipe for Roasted Broccoli with Garlic is so special, but trust me. This is not only one of the easiest broccoli recipes I’ve made, but also one of the tastiest broccoli dishes you can imagine.

Roasting sweetens the garlic and brings out the flavor of the broccoli in a most delightful way. Try it once and I’ll bet whenever you’re cooking something in the oven, tossing in some broccoli to roast is going to be your favorite way to cook broccoli. And this recipe couldn’t be healthier or more versatile; hope you will try it soon!


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Steps for Making Roasted Broccoli with Garlic:

(This is just a description of the steps in the photo; see the complete recipe below.)

  1. Cut up  broccoli into bite-sized flowerets.
  2. Prepare garlic cloves, trimming off any brown ends and cutting the larger cloves into halves or even thirds. (Use more or less garlic to taste.)
  3. Toss together the broccoli pieces, sliced garlic cloves, olive oil, salt and pepper and stir around until the broccoli pieces are well-coated with the oil.
  4. Arrange garlic on a cookie sheet so the pieces are in a single layer as much as possible. (If the broccoli is too crowded the pieces will steam instead of roasting.)
  5. Roast about 20 minutes, or until broccoli is bright green and starting to brown and garlic is barely getting browned on the edges

Finished Roasted Broccoli on baking sheet with Garlic

More Tasty Recipes with Broccoli:

Sauteed Broccoli with Garlic, Pine Nuts, and Parmesan ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Broccoli Bacon Salad ~ Savory Sweet Life
Quickly Roasted Broccoli with Soy Sauce and Sesame Seeds ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Cheesy Chicken Pepper Broccoli Frittata ~ Well Plated
Low-Carb Sesame Chicken and Broccoli Sheet Pan Meal ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen

Roasted Broccoli with Garlic

Roasted Broccoli with Garlic is so delicious and this is one of the easiest broccoli recipes you can make.

Ingredients:

  • 1 bunch broccoli, about 1 pounds, cut into bite sized flowerets
  • 3 T extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 cup fresh garlic cloves (more or less to taste)
  • salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 450F/230C.
  2. Trim garlic cloves, and cut the cloves in half or thirds if they’re especially large.
  3. Cut broccoli into bite sized pieces.
  4. Toss broccoli with olive oil, garlic, salt, and fresh-ground black pepper; then spread broccoli and garlic out on a baking sheet, trying to get it in a single layer as much as possible.
  5. Roast until broccoli is bright green and edges are starting to brown slightly, about 20 minutes. Don’t let the garlic get too brown or it will start to taste bitter.
  6. Serve hot.

Notes:

This recipe adapted from The Food Network.

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Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
This Roasted Broccoli with Garlic is a perfect side dish for most low-carb diet plans, including Keto or Paleo and it would be suitable for any phase of the South Beach Diet.

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    72 Comments on “Roasted Broccoli with Garlic”

  1. Very good. Good simple healthy dish with common ingredients.

  2. I’ve been going gluten free these days and am always on the search for some awesome recipe to try out. Thanks so much for the inspiration and lots of delicious things!

  3. Do you rinse and dry the broccolli first

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  5. Thank you!!! I’ve literally never had broccoli I like (my parents are of the generation which thinks boiling veggies is the right thing to do). This broccoli tastes so so good and I’m so glad I finally tried it! My pan was way too big though so the garlic ended up crisping up like little garlic chips. it’s ok for be because I weirdly enjoy burnt garlic but others might be warned that a giant pan could result in an undesirable garlic situation.

  6. Silly question, for convenience I only use jarred pre minced garlic. Should I adjust the cooking for that at all or do I need to use real sliced garlic? I’m thinking I might try the trick the person from Spain commented with. 😀

    • I do use the minced garlic in a jar for some recipes too. But for this recipe I worry the garlic will burn in such small pieces. I can’t say for sure since I haven’t made it that way, but I don’t think I would recommend it.

  7. This looks delicious! Can't wait to try it. Just wanted to make a suggestion, your site doesn't display well when you try print it. Any chance you could add the recipe in one of the printer friendly plug ins? If you're not sure what I'm talking about, it's those boxes you see on different food blogs and sites. The recipe is in the box, then when a user goes to print it, it just prints that box.

    • Rachel, I am not on WordPress so I can't use a plug-in like you're referring to. But if you click the printer-friendly link after the actual recipe, that should print perfectly. I print my own recipes all the time and never have problems.