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Korean Seasoned Broccoli Banchan

   

Broccoli Banchan

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When I saw some very fresh and cheap broccolini (the slimmer cousin of broccoli with smaller florets and longer, thin stalks) at the wet market, I instantly remembered tigerfish’s sesame broccoli. Thanks to her, I know of the existence of seasoned broccoli as a banchan (Korean side dish).

See Also: Bibimbap (Korean Mixed Rice) Recipe

This sesame-seasoned broccoli tastes deliciously light, naturally fresh and best of all, only took 10 minutes to make from start to finish. The seasoning is similar to the one used in my spinach banchan and soy bean sprout banchan which is mainly sesame oil, garlic and sesame seeds. Although this is a Korean banchan dish, it will definitely complement any meal you are cooking and will even go well as a side dish in a lunch box.

Broccoli Florets

                                           

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5 Responses to “Korean Seasoned Broccoli Banchan”

  1. tigerfish — May 6, 2014 @ 6:05 am

    I love love broccolini. Last week, I bought one big pack and within one week they were gone! :) Good to know that even the markets in SG sells broccolini. Those who love Kai Lan esp. the tender stalks, and broccoli will definitely enjoy broccolini. Hope you enjoyed this banchan that I “discovered” in one of the Korean eateries here. The good thing abt this banchan is – it keeps well (better than spinach, and bean sprouts) cos it retains less moisture, and there is no need to drain the veggie from excess moisture. Good for lazy person like me :O

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    • wiffy replied: — May 6th, 2014 @ 9:09 pm

      thanks for sharing, always happy to learn an easy yet healthy way of cooking. I’m a lazy cook as well :)

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  2. B — May 6, 2014 @ 9:15 pm

    The sesame seasoning adds a nice flavour to the crunchy veggie.

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  3. cquek — May 6, 2014 @ 9:40 pm

    Healthy I love it

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