Cooking Tips - How to Eliminate the bitter taste of Broccoli

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Cooking Tips - How to Eliminate the bitter taste of Broccoli
Cooking Tips - How to Eliminate the bitter taste of Broccoli - Broccoli can be used for a variety of cuisines and be eaten raw.

Broccoli will taste bitter if overcooked sprouts heads or when improper cooking.

Store and prepare properly to prevent head broccoli sprouts taste bitter.

Choose broccoli as fresh as possible to ensure the best flavor, regardless how to prepare and serve.

Here are tips to remove the bitter taste of broccoli:

1. Buy or harvest the dark green broccoli florets and sprouts are still closed.

Avoid broccoli florets yellow and looks blooming shoots. Broccoli flavor becomes bitter with age and if it shoots florets begin to open.

2. Keep up the broccoli in the fridge a week before use. Longer storage will affect the taste and nutritional quality of broccoli.

3. Fill the pot with water as high as 3 cm. Boil water with a medium-high heat.

4. Place the broccoli in the steamer basket. Put the basket in a pan and cover the pan.

5. Steam the broccoli until fork tender when pierced, about 15 minutes. Steaming is too long to make a wilted broccoli and bitter.

Broccoli with appropriate tenderness is green light and maintain the flavor of sweetness.