These two cruciferous vegetables are packed with nutrients and definitely worth the trouble to work into your daily, or at least weekly, diet. For more on the specifics of their potential to help your immune system, liver function, cholesterol levels, and cancer risk, start with this short summary and follow links from there.
The great thing about these vegetables is their texture—they stand up to many different kinds of cooking (roasting, boiling, etc.) as well as freezing (raw or cooked). While they have a strong flavor, the right spicing and complementary ingredients make for dishes with a lot of taste impact.
- 5 Ingredient Coconut Curry
- Broccoli Rabe or Mustard Greens Stir Fry
- Candle-Cafe-Inspired Stir-Fry
- Cheesy Vegan Potato and Broccoli Gratin
- Chickpea & Cauliflower “Rice” Bowl
- Massaman Curry Vegetables
- Roasted Cauliflower with Pasta and Lemon Zest
- Bake some potatoes, top with roasted cauliflower or broccoli, then slather with a sauce like Gracious Vegan Creamy Tomato Sauce or Creamy Roasted Tomato Vodka Sauce