Grilled Broccoli

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Say goodbye to boring steamed or boiled broccoli, because once you try this grilled broccoli recipe, you’ll never go back! The flavors are so incredible that you’ll find yourself making it every time your steaks are resting after a sizzling grilling session. Prepare to be amazed by the incredible taste and texture of this dish.

Grilled Broccoli bursts with irresistible flavors that elevate this humble vegetable to a whole new level. The charring from the grill adds a delightful smokiness, while the broccoli retains its natural crispness, creating a sensational combination of textures. Once you experience the robust flavors of grilled broccoli, you’ll wonder why you ever cooked it any other way.

To prepare this mouthwatering dish, start by lightly brushing the broccoli florets with olive oil, allowing them to develop a beautiful caramelization on the grill. The heat intensifies their natural sweetness, giving them a subtle nutty undertone that is simply irresistible. The result is tender, slightly charred florets that are bursting with flavor.

Grilled Broccoli not only tastes incredible, but it’s also a breeze to make. While your steaks are resting, simply place the prepared broccoli on the grill and let it cook for a few minutes until it reaches the desired tenderness. The smoky aroma will have your taste buds eagerly anticipating each bite.

Once you experience the mouthwatering combination of flavors and textures that Grilled Broccoli offers, it will become a regular part of your grilling repertoire. No more boring steaming or boiling—this recipe brings out the best in broccoli and will leave you craving more.

So, the next time you fire up the grill, don’t forget to include this amazing Grilled Broccoli. Your taste buds will thank you, and you’ll never look at broccoli the same way again. Say hello to a whole new world of flavor and get ready to enjoy every delicious bite.

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Grilled Broccoli

Grilled Broccoli

This grilled broccoli is so tasty, you’ll never want to steam or boil your broccoli again! I usually make this while my steaks are settling after grilling.

  • Author: Theffeed
  • Prep Time: :10
  • Cook Time: :10
  • Total Time: :20
  • Yield: 4 1x
  • Category: Side
  • Method: Grilled


  • 34 crowns fresh broccoli
  • 23 tbsp olive oil (to taste)
  • 1/21 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 tbsp Tabasco sauce
  • 1/2 tbsp kosher salt
  • 1/2 tbsp freshly cracked black pepper
  • 1/2 tbsp garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1 large container/bowl with sealing lid
  • 1 colander
  • aluminum foil


  1. Remove broccoli florets from the stalks. Rinse them in colander and drain thoroughly.
  2. Once drained, put broccoli in large container/bowl and add olive oil. Seal the lid and shake to coat the broccoli with the oil. Don’t shake too much, or you’ll make your broccoli floppy.
  3. Remove lid and add Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, salt, black pepper, red pepper flakes, and garlic powder. Re-seal lid and shake again to mix all the ingredients onto the broccoli. Again, take care not to shake too much, just enough to distribute the ingredients.
  4. Set your grill temperature to high. Prepare a sheet of aluminum foil large enough for all the broccoli to fit on in a single layer. Lay the foil on the grill and quickly spread the broccoli out evenly upon it. Make sure to crimp up the side edges of the foil for easy retrieval after cooking.
  5. Close the grill’s lid and allow the broccoli to cook at high heat for 8-10 minutes. (8 minutes for crisper broccoli, 10 minutes for more “well-done” softer broccoli. I do not advise cooking for longer than 10 minutes because the broccoli may become mushy and unwieldy.)
  6. When finished cooking, remove the broccoli from the grill by grabbing the foil at the crimped-up sides. The foil shouldn’t retain much heat at these edges, but be careful not to burn yourself. Funnel the broccoli into your serving bowl. Some pieces may stick to the foil, but should be easily removed. Enjoy!


  • Serving Size: 4
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