I’d love to be one of those people who finds chopping vegetables therapeutic, who derives joy from lovingly slicing broccoli into cute, evenly-sized florets. I do not, which is exactly why I am thrilled to report that you can make ROASTED FROZEN BROCCOLI.
That’s right. Without even thawing the broccoli first, you can make it crispy and caramelized. I bet if you didn’t know the broccoli was previously frozen, you’d never even suspect.
As much as I adore roasted vegetables and as ardently as I believe they are the tastiest way to add more veggies to your diet—I cook a pan almost every single night, and we eat the leftovers for lunches and dinners too—I certainly have my nights when it’s getting late, we’re hungry, and I simply do not feel like taking the time to chop vegetables for roasting.
Or, I’m feeling lazy and I fantasize about having someone else chop my vegetables for me.
Anyone want to be my sous chef? We’ll play peppy kitchen music, then eat oodles of Roasted Butternut Squash, Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Zucchini, and Roasted Potatoes and Carrots. (How’s that for a sell?)
Of course you can buy pre-chopped vegetables, which I do think is a better option compared to eating no vegetables at all. They can be pricey, however, so I started to wonder if there is an affordable way to a) keep eating roasted vegetables en masse but b) avoid chopping them myself without c) having to hire a sous chef.
The answer: roasted frozen broccoli.
I am so pleased to share that YES frozen vegetables can be roasted.
After experimenting with a few different cook times, oven temperatures, and techniques, I found a method for roasting frozen broccoli that yields crispy, delicious results that taste very similar to fresh. No soggy broccoli here!
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