Tenderstem broccoli

Tenderstem broccoli is one of the most nutritious of the broccoli family and has a long, slender appearance, which makes it very different from other broccolis.
As a hybrid between Chinese kale and broccoli, it has a mild, distinctive flavour comparable to that of asparagus.
Best of all, it is consistently tender, from floret to stem, so every bit is soft and succulent.
Cooking tenderstem broccoli is extremely easy – blanch, boil, steam, grill or microwave it, or simply enjoy it raw.
Pair it with anchovies, bacon, butter, cream, cumin, garlic, almonds, walnuts, olive oil, onions, oranges, pimentos, poatotes, watercress and hollandaise sauce.
Tenderstem broccoli sandwich cake
Steamed veggies and ricotta with lemon dressing
Broccoli and gorgonzola polenta
Summer broccoli soup with flower-scattered lemon yoghurt

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