Looking for purple sprouting broccoli recipes? Check out our ideas for how to cook purple sprouting broccoli, including inventive side dishes, healthy midweek meals and vegetarian entertaining ideas.
- Purple sprouting broccoli is at its best in March and April
Here, purple sprouting broccoli is fried until crisp and heaped onto a bed of comforting gnocchi, slicked in a buttery, cheesy sauce. A satisfying 30-minute meal.
Match purple sprouting broccoli with a blue cheese and garlic dressing, then sprinkle with toasted almonds for added crunch.
Cumin seeds and chilli flakes add punch to this vegetarian brunch idea starring purple sprouting broccoli. It's ready in just 10 minutes, too. Plenty more brunch recipes here.
Check out this vegan recipe for crunchy purple sprouting broccoli in crispy tempura batter. Ready in under 30 minutes, this dish will make an impressive dinner party starter.
Our recipe for purple sprouting broccoli and peanut soba noodles is really easy to make and ready in 20 minutes. The zingy sauce gives the broccoli an injection of flavour, whilst the roasted peanuts add a crunchy texture to the dish.
Celebrating spring's finest produce, this purple sprouting broccoli, pea and mozzarella salad makes for a quick and easy light lunch for two.
Red pepper and walnuts make the perfect accompaniments for griddled purple sprouting broccoli in this punchy vegan-friendly recipe.
Vibrant in colour and full of flavour, these roasted purple sprouting broccoli and feta flatbreads make an exciting change from your average midweek meal.
Put purple sprouting broccoli at the centre in this spring tart recipe seasoned with fresh thyme. Serve with a simple green salad for an easy veggie dinner.
In need of some lunch box inspiration? This purple sprouting broccoli recipe with carrot, radish, edamame and soba noodles will brighten up any lunchbreak. The pots are Ready in just 20 minutes, under 500 calories and packed full of flavour.
Tofu and purple sprouting broccoli make perfect partners in this Chinese-style vegan recipe. Easy to make and under 500 calories, this dish is a delicious after-work dinner.
Tangy anchovies, punchy garlic and fiery chilli bring a real kick of flavour to this pasta dish, which is ready in just 20 minutes and comes in at under 500 calories.
This is a simple, yet delicious way to enjoy often overlooked purple sprouting broccoli. Serve as a side dish, or toast some bread and pile it on top. You could add a poached egg, too, if you like.
A pungent garlic and anchovy sauce elevates purple sprouting broccoli to new levels in this vibrant side dish.
In need of a midweek pick-me-up? This simple pasta dish is a great way to eat purple sprouting broccoli and is bursting with the fresh zingy flavours of chilli and lemon.