By Jan Jackson for One Pan Annie
Broccoli is considered to be a superfood – it’s packed with vitamins C and K, fiber, and folate. It also contains phytonutrients (such as sulforaphane), which have been shown to have anti-cancer properties.
Do you cook broccoli often? Me either. But, I do add it to my salads and I eat salad every day. Do you see it in my salad mix? It’s pretty hard to because I start choping it at the flowerlet end so it’s tiny pieces look like spices. My basic mix of Romaine lettuce, shredded carrots, brocolli, and chopped green onions is featured in the photo below.
Ready for lunch? Grab a handful or two of the basic mix, add some good stuff, and you’re in business. Todays good stuff in a boiled egg, small avocado, a handful of dried cranberries and some chopped walnuts.
By adding broccoli, I’ve added nutrients even though it hardly shows. Be like One Pan Annie, and add superfoods to your salad.
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