The word “frozen” is often used to describe broccoli, but it’s not always the right choice for those looking for a good healthy meal.
The most common question we get asked about the most popular green vegetable in America is: How do I boil it?
The answer to that question is simple: The answer is in the name.
You can boil broccoli without having to throw out the whole broccoli plant, and you’ll save time, money and energy.
Here are the top ways to boil and freeze broccoli:1.
Broccoli, cooked and frozen1.
Broccoli, boiled and frozenThe best way to cook broccoli is with olive oil.
This method uses the vegetable’s juice to form a thin, oil-like soup.
It takes a little more effort than boiling it, but this method will produce a richer soup that’s more flavorful and will add a great texture to the food.2.
Broth, cooked in olive oil1.
Olive oil, cooked, frozenThe process for cooking broccoli is similar to that of any other vegetable.
A small amount of olive oil is added to the vegetable, along with a few teaspoons of salt and pepper.
This process is best when the vegetable is still raw and is just starting to develop its flavor.
It also works well with fresh broccoli or a fresh green leafy green.
When done, you can then use this oil to marinate the broccoli for several hours or overnight.3.
Broths, boiled, and frozenIf you’re looking to freeze broccoli, you’ll want to freeze it for at least two months, to allow the flavors to develop.
To freeze, put the broccoli in a microwave safe container and microwave for five minutes, or until the broccoli is almost frozen.
Once frozen, remove the broccoli from the container and put in the freezer.
For best results, store broccoli in the fridge, but you can also freeze it in a sealed container.