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Broccoli Stir fry




Broccoli Stir fry with ginger and fennel powder tastes delicious and is a good side dish for rice. It is healthy veggie with its vibrant green color and distinct flavor.This is a very simple and quick stir fry but you will love the simple aroma of ginger and fennel combined.

Ingredients
Broccoli florets- 2 cup
Onion sliced- 1
Chopped ginger- 1 tsp
Fennel powder- 1/2 tsp
Chilly powder or flakes- 1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds- 1/3 tsp
curry leaves
Oil - 2tsp
Salt  to taste




Sprinkle a few drops of water and microwave broccoli in high for two minutes till it is crisp tender.( or steam broccoli florets in  water till cooked but it should retain its color and crispness)
Heat oil in a pan and when mustard seeds splutter add ginger and curry leaves and saute for a minute till you get a nice aroma. Now add onions and saute for a minute and add chilly powder and fennel powder and a pinch of salt. Drop in the broccoli florets and toss till well coated, but not more than 30 to 40 seconds. You can also add sesame seeds or sliced almonds if you like extra crunchiness.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy...

Comments

  1. Wow this looks soo good. Another gr8 way to eat my fav broccoli.

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  2. Quite a delicious,healthy and easy stir fry..love it..

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  3. yummy stir fry...simple and delicious

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  4. Love this simple stir fry..Brocoli is a family fav :-)

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  5. I made something similar yesterday and my 2 yr old just loved it!

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  6. Beautiful click..Looks so perfect and m drooling

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  7. Love this simple and healthy stir fry! Great click too...

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  8. def a delicious treat..I never tried with brocs..Sure,it's a try ..

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  9. this looks so good would be a nice side dish for phulkas too !

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  10. wow healthy dish dear.... love it...

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  11. I am not abig fan of broccoli,but this sounds delicious

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  12. Simple stir fry, Sounds great..

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  13. Delicious n definitely healthy...loved the clicks too :)

    US Masala

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  14. Broccoli fry with onions looks super yummy.

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  15. Brocolli is a fav to me and this is fabulous recipe ..Yummy yummm

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  16. Thanks all for stopping by and the sweet comments:)

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  17. Luv the color of broccoli..well made.

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  18. Lovely pic! Stirfry looks adipoli..Recipeyum kollam! Will try it sometime..

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  19. wow, that looks super tempting and a very nice way to include the veg, we may not usually eat.

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  20. Broccoli yum Njanum athra friendly alla!!! Any way this version sounds delicious. Ethu Njan 100% Try cheyyum, I will let u know the end result!!!!

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  21. I really love the stir fry method of cooking. Makes the veggs more tasteful.

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