Oven-Roasted Broccoli Recipe

simplest oven Almost any supper or lunch can be paired with this dish for Oven Roasted Broccoli. Broccoli florets are roasted till tender and golden with oil, garlic, and spices. This is great served with freshly grated parmesan cheese on top.

We adore straightforward recipes for roasted vegetables, such as Crispy Roasted Potatoes, Baked Asparagus, Roasted Cauliflower, and Roasted Carrots. You can easily prepare roasted vegetables as a side dish for dinner by tossing them with some seasonings and letting the oven take care of the rest.

This oven-roasted broccoli might become your new favorite way to eat broccoli if you prefer a good hands-free side dish.

Easy Broccoli Roast

Broccoli has long been a highly-liked, nutritious side dish that goes well with almost any entrée, including pan-seared steak and chicken breast recipes. The broccoli florets stay delicate and juicy while getting faint crispiness from roasting in the oven. It also has gorgeous golden edges that are hard to resist.
You’ll adore this recipe’s adaptability. Parmesan is our preferred topping, but you can change the seasonings or additions to suit your tastes with great success (see variations and ideas below).

Broccoli – For this recipe, fresh broccoli is preferred.

Oil – Even though we used olive oil in the recipe, you can use any other oil you have on hand in its place. It is quite acceptable to use vegetable oil or avocado oil. America’s Best Wings

We limited the seasoning to traditional salt and pepper.

Although we enjoy freshly minced garlic with broccoli, you may instead use garlic powder or totally omit the garlic. If you don’t want the garlic to get crunchy, add it in the middle of the frying process.

Broccoli Roasting Techniques

Plan to have your dinner ready to be served because oven-baked broccoli is finest when eaten immediately after being removed from the oven.
Then, line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper and preheat the oven.

Broccoli should be cut into medium-sized florets. For consistent cooking, make sure to cut them into uniform pieces.Oven Roasted Broccoli

Season the broccoli with salt, pepper, garlic, and oil before placing it on the baking sheet.

Cook-Roast the broccoli until the desired doneness and the sides are gently browned.

How long should broccoli be roasted?

The size of your broccoli florets and the oven’s temperature will determine how long they should roast. Following are some typical times for medium-sized flowers:

  • 30 to 35 minutes at 350°F.
  • About 25 to 30 minutes at 375°F.
  • 18 to 22 minutes at 400°F.
  • In 14 to 18 minutes at 425°F.

Various Broccoli Roasting Recipes

Despite the fact that this traditional recipe for roasted broccoli is incredibly tasty and doesn’t really require anything extra, here are some suggestions in case you want to try some add-ins:

Almonds: Sliced almonds can be added either in the final five minutes of baking to taste, or they can be added right before serving.

  • Just before serving, squeeze some fresh lemon juice over the roasted broccoli.
  • Before serving, top with freshly grated or shredded parmesan cheese.
  • bout 10 minutes before the time for the bacon broccoli is up, add the bacon in bite-sized pieces to the broccoli.
  • Dressing: To use as a dipping sauce for the broccoli, prepare a fresh batch of Avocado Ranch dressing.
  • Heat: If you enjoy a little kick in your food, roast some broccoli with some red pepper flakes.
  • Before serving, drizzle our balsamic glaze over the dish.


For optimal results, serve the roasted broccoli warm, but leftovers keep well too.

Preparation in advance: The seasonings and oil can be chopped and measured out beforehand. Toss everything together right before baking, and then place it in the oven.

Oven Roasted Broccoli

Refrigerate: Place the broccoli in an airtight container after it has reached room temperature and store it in the fridge for two to three days.

Broccoli that has been cooked and cooled can be frozen for up to three months in a freezer-safe bag or container.

Additional Recipes for Broccoli

Our family like broccoli, so we like to experiment with its preparation and come up with new ways to incorporate it into our meals. If you enjoy broccoli as much as we do, this list is sure to introduce you to some new favorites:

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