Broccoli is high in dietary fiber and vitamin C, both of which are beneficial to consume on a daily basis. The vegetable can be eaten raw, but cooked broccoli is softer and has a slightly less potent flavor. To cook fresh broccoli, all you need is a pot o
This easy broccoli, rice, and chicken casserole is topped with a buttery Ritz cracker crust. This meal comes together in less than 45 minutes and it takes one bowl and one casserole dish! Put this together ahead of time and pop it in the oven when you get home from work!
Steam instead of boiling-While both are great options for meats and veggies, steaming is king because it removes fewer nutrients from vegetables. While boiling can leech out some of the better nutrients (hence why water turns green after boiling broccoli), steaming keeps all that green goodness inside the veggies.