Tasty and Beautiful Baked Broccoli With Cheese In The Oven

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  • 4Servings
  • 10 mPrep Time
  • 30 mCook Time
  • 40 mReady In
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Baked broccoli with cheese is a great combination that tastes great. In addition, such a dish is a great idea for a healthy and full hearty breakfast. Try to cook once, you will like it so much that this culinary delight will become one of your favorites.

You can use two or three types of cheese at once in the recipe, for example, add mozzarella and ricotta to the mixture, and leave the cheddar for topping.


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Step by step method

  • Step 1

    Start by cutting your broccoli into small florets.

  • Step 2

    Place the prepared pieces in a container with enough salted water to cover the florets. Once the water boils and the broccoli is still bright green (less than 5 minutes), strain immediately, draining off all the boiling water. Leave the cabbage in a colander.

  • Step 3

    While the broccoli is cooling, crack the eggs into a bowl.

  • Step 4

    Whisk vigorously, gradually adding milk, favorite spices, salt and ground black pepper.

  • Step 5

    Throw in crumbled (or grated) white cheese. Stir to distribute well.

  • Step 6

    Spray the bottom of the glass dish with oil or non-stick spray. Throw out the broccoli.

  • Step 7

    Top with beaten egg mixture. Grate hard cheese on top. Send to the oven at 180 degrees for 20-25 minutes.

  • Step 8

    Serve hot. If you want - with a little sour cream. Cheese broccoli can be reheated for breakfast all week! Enjoy!

Tips & variations

  • Broccoli is a human creation. It was bred in ancient Rome in the 5th-6th century BC.

  • Broccoli is often compared to cauliflower. However, if you study its composition, it becomes clear that it has more in common with asparagus than with cauliflower.

  • Most of all in the world, broccoli is now grown in Asia, where it is now very popular due to its beneficial properties. In China and India, a total of about 75% of the world's crop is harvested. France, Italy, Spain and other European countries follow.

  • Broccoli can be fried, boiled, baked. But remember: prolonged heat treatment significantly reduces its benefits. Reduce cooking time to a minimum.

  • Broccoli is classified as a dietary product, 100 grams contains only 34-36 kcal. The use of this vegetable in food helps the body to effectively get rid of toxins and excess cholesterol, saturates the skin with moisture.

  • Broccoli is rich in vegetable proteins, which are nutritionally comparable to animals. And vegetable proteins are much easier to digest.

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