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My husband and I both really enjoyed this recipe. It was a nice change to broccoli with cheese sauce. I used two crowns of fresh broccoli that I steamed. While it cooked I melted 1/4 cup of light butter (it has a large water content anyway so I figured it evened out. I then juiced one lemon added a little cayenne salt pepper and garlic. I let this simmer until the water was gone from the butter. I poured this over the broccoli and sprinkled with about a tablespoon of parmesean cheese. The broccoli has a very light lemon taste and was perfect. I will remember this and make again in the future.
My husband 17 year old son and I liked this- and we're not big broccoli eaters. I used fresh broccoli steamed it until just done and then poured on the sauce stirred and let it sit for a few minutes. I did not use the full 1/4 tsp cayenne and I added garlic salt.
Simple and excellent. I had a large lemon so only used half of its juice - which was a good decision. It was a perfect balance of flavors. A new favorite (except with my 8 y.o. daughter who likes broccoli plain).
This was pretty good. I too used fresh broccoli steamed it and poured the juice over the broccoli. It still needs a little bit something but I don't know what that is. Maybe I just didn't use enough salt. I can't help thinking a creamy lemon sauce would be good but I don't know how to make one.