Broccoli Stalks

barbara lentz


We buy fresh broccoli by the pound paying for the stalks too but we many times cut them off and throw them away along with all the nutrients. If you peel them you get to a really tender center. I use them as a crunch element in soups, stews and cut into matchstick size for stir fries. I also sometimes just saute them in a little butter and salt. Delish


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How to Make Broccoli Stalks


  1. Trim hard edges. Peel stalks cut into matchsticks or chunks.
  2. Use in soups, stews, stir fries or saute.

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About Broccoli Stalks

Course/Dish: Vegetables
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American

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