Broccoli Gumbo

Broccoli Gumbo

by miko's small kitchen

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Broccoli is nutritious and it ranks fourth among the top ten healthy foods recommended by Time magazine. In addition to its anti-cancer effect, broccoli is also rich in ascorbic acid, which can enhance the liver's detoxification ability and improve the body's immunity. A certain amount of flavonoids can regulate and prevent high blood pressure and heart disease. At the same time, broccoli is a high-fiber vegetable, which can effectively reduce the absorption of glucose by the stomach and intestines, thereby lowering blood sugar. If you want to lower blood lipids and blood sugar, eating broccoli is perfect.


Broccoli Gumbo

1. Break the broccoli into small flowers and wash thoroughly.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

2. Cut the garlic into minced garlic.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

3. Dice the onion.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

4. Pour a little oil in the pan, and sauté the minced garlic and onion when the oil is hot.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

5. Fry the onion until transparent, add the broccoli and stir fry for a minute.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

6. All the fried ingredients are transferred to the wall breaker, and a large bowl of water is added to make broccoli syrup.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

7. In another pot, without oil, add flour and fry until slightly yellowed.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

8. Pour the beaten broccoli syrup into the flour and stir fry evenly.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

9. Pour the cream.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe

10. Add salt and pepper to taste, boil and cook for two more minutes, and cook until the soup thickens.

Broccoli Gumbo recipe


When frying the flour, stir-fry on a low heat, as the heat is high and it will be easy to mash.


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