Lemon Ginger Broccoli has delicious Asian-inspired flavors that go perfectly with fresh steamed broccoli.
After the last few days of indulging, we’re definitely ready for some healthier food options. This recipe for Lemon Ginger Broccoli is both healthy and delicious!
Today’s quick and easy recipe is delicious when served warm, right after cooking. But it’s also great served chilled, or added into a fresh greens salad.
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How do you make Lemon Ginger Broccoli?
Steamed broccoli is tossed with a light Asian-inspired sauce made by combining soy sauce, lemon juice, lemon zest, freshly grated ginger and sesame oil. Some hot sesame oil also adds just a little bit of heat (it’s not too spicy at all – just the perfect amount of warmth) and it really compliments the broccoli and other flavors.
This Lemon Ginger Broccoli recipe, originally published in this low-carb cookbook, also calls for a small amount of fructose or sugar to be added to the sauce, which helps to mellow out the flavors. We think this sauce is delicious without the added sweetness, but let your own taste buds decide – adding fructose (or sugar) is optional.
You may like these other broccoli recipes:
¼ cup soy sauce
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon grated lemon zest
1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger
1½ teaspoons toasted sesame oil
1½ teaspoons hot sesame oil (or hot pepper oil, which is found more readily at the grocery store, may be substituted)
1 tablespoon fructose or sugar (optional)
8 cups bite-sized broccoli florets and peeled stems (about two medium crowns)
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Martha is part of the husband-wife team that creates A Family Feast. She loves to cook and entertain for family and friends, and she believes that serving a great meal is one of the best ways to show someone that you care. Martha is a self-taught home cook, who loves to read cookbooks and try new recipes. After a decades-long career in business and online marketing, she now runs A Family Feast full-time. Her specialties are baking, desserts, vegetables and pasta dishes.