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Price drops give you a chance! Broccoli Farmer’s “Addictive Recipes”

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Broccoli at half price?

Spring is the season of price hikes. Amidst the news that household budgets continue to suffer, the price of broccoli, which is positioned as a high-end vegetable, is reportedly plummeting.

After the middle of March, tweets such as “broccoli was on sale for 78 yen per piece” began to increase on Twitter, etc., with grocery stores appealing to people to “eat broccoli” and broccoli farmers uploading images saying that they are “overflowing with broccoli.

Why is broccoli becoming cheaper?

One reason is that broccoli has become cheaper due to the warmer weather in March. Second, broccoli is relatively easy to grow and the number of growers has increased rapidly in recent years. And third, the Corona disaster has slowed demand from restaurants.

This time, this magazine asked “Yasui Farm” to teach us a “super easy and addictive recipe” passed down by broccoli farmers that they don’t want to share with others.

Recipe 1: Broccoli Natto

Heat two bunches of broccoli, coarsely chopped, and place on top of the natto.
and drizzle a little natto sauce and olive oil on top!

Recipe 2: Okay Broccoli Sauce Dip

*A mixture of yakiniku sauce and mayonnaise in the ratio of 1:1, and dip boiled broccoli into the mixture. Incidentally, the “ok” comes from Yasui Farm’s tweet, “Mix yakiniku sauce and mayonnaise in 1:1 ratio and it’s ok broccoli,” which became a buzzword and became established as “ok broccoli sauce. This is because

Recipe 3: Pickled broccoli

Simply marinate boiled broccoli in commercial “men-tsuyu” sauce overnight. It makes a great snack with drinks and rice, too!

Recipe 4: Fried broccoli

Coat the “pickled broccoli” from (3) above with potato starch and deep-fry in medium oil until crispy. The unique smell of broccoli disappears, so even those who “don’t like the smell of broccoli” can enjoy eating it. When Yasui Farm uploaded the video on Twitter, it received 13 million views and 130,000 likes! This is a legendary recipe.

Recipe 5: Steamed broccoli

You think of broccoli as something you boil, but it’s at its best when you “steam” it! The following is a recipe that is buzzing on Twitter right now.

Heat 100 ml of water, a pinch of salt, and a small bunch of broccoli in a frying pan over medium heat. When the water begins to boil, cover and steam for 2 minutes 30 seconds!

It’s nutritious and healthy, but if you’ve been avoiding it because it’s a bit expensive, why not take this opportunity to stock up and fill your belly?

Finally, here are some recommendations for storing your hoard.

Because it is a vegetable, it tends to be stored in the vegetable compartment of the refrigerator, but the optimal storage temperature for broccoli is 0°C. It will keep for about two weeks.

Broccoli will make your wallet and stomach smile!
Why don’t you all try these farmer-direct recipes?

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