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Roasted Broccoli and Brussels Salad

by Giadzy
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(5 reviews)
Prep Time
15 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Serves
2 to 4
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Newman

Roasted Broccoli and Brussels Salad

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Roasted broccoli and brussels sprouts combine to make a hearty and filling warm salad just in time for the cold weather. This sweet, salty, and earthy salad makes a great lunch or can be served as a side to any meal. 

Even better - it gets more flavorful after sitting in the fridge overnight, so this is fantastic to prep ahead of time.

Roasted Broccoli and Brussels Salad

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Roasted Broccoli and Brussels Salad

Rated 5.0 stars by 1 users

Category

Sides

Prep Time

15 minutes

Cook Time

20 minutes

Author:

Giadzy

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.

  2. Place the broccoli florets and brussels sprouts on a rimmed baking sheet, spreading them out to be an even layer. Add the quarter cup of olive oil and sprinkle with one teaspoon salt. Toss well to coat. Roast the vegetables, rotating and stirring halfway through, until deeply browned, about 20 to 25 minutes.

  3. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, whisk together the lemon zest, lemon juice, olive oil, Calabrian chili paste and salt. Add the roasted vegetables and toss well to coat them in the dressing. Add the almonds, parmesan cheese and dates and toss again to combine. Serve warm or at room temperature.
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13 reviews & comments

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    Elke - Feb 20
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    It was very good, but where on earth did you find the nutrition information on this salad. Also it is not clear that you need to use 1/4 c olive oil 2 times—to roast the veggies and to make the dressing. Unless I am missing something?

    Giadzy - Feb 20

    Hi! Thanks for letting us know! We are updating the instructions to make that clearer. Thank you!

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    Shelly - Jan 08
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    I just made this salad tonight. I thought it was very good. I did not use the chili paste but added a little bit of cayenne for some heat. While I do adore dates, I would cut down to maybe 3. I think feta cheese would work as well.

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    Janice - Jan 08
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    So delicious!! The salty and sweet with vegetables is wonderful! The almonds add a great crunch. Will definitely make it again!!

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    Carol - Jan 08

    Anxious to try this because I’m having a hard time with digestion of raw vegetables in salads anymore.

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    Joe - Jan 31

    Can you fix the nutrition info? Particularly the fiber. Also the way the ingredients are listed is very confusing

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    Ann - Nov 22
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    This is a delicious recipe that I will make again and again! Bringing it to our family Thanksgiving Feast and I know it will be a hit!

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    The Giadzy Kitchen - Oct 18

    @Lisa the calories have been fixed :)

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    Lisa - Oct 18
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    Just a question – how can this have 1371 calories per serving? That can’t be right.

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    Rachelle - Mar 24

    This is a very good salad, though it was a little to much oil for me I did cut the oil back used the 1/4 cup oil for the dressing (easy to control the dressing) and I just drizzled oil on the vegetables sprinkled with the kosher salt then roasted in oven. Will make this again definitely a keeper recipe♡! Thank you

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    Liz - Jan 27

    I made this salad this evening for my husband and I it was so good. Having a warm salad hit the spot especially since the weather has been cold. It’s definitely a keeper I will make this again ❤️

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    Giadzy Kitchen - Jan 19

    Hi Jen! The oil is used to roast the broccoli florets and to prepare the dressing (both 1/4 cup each). Hope this helps!

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    Jen - Jan 19

    Hi there! Could you please clarify how much olive oil and salt are required for veggies and how much for the dressing? The ingredients say divided but the instructions call for the full amount?
    Thanks!

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