Knowledge Drop | Often referred to as baby broccoli, broccolini is actually not a young broccoli. So... what is it?
Broccolini is a cruciferous vegetable (such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, and so on), however not directly related to broccoli. This cruciferous-rich dish is abundant in vitamins A, C + K, plus a variety of minerals that may help aid in blood clotting, support a healthy gut + digestion, and maintain steady cholesterol levels. Paired with bean noodles and our house-made garlic sauce, this Brocky Yakisoba is a party in your mouth — so, close your eyes and pretend you're partying with Brockhampton while you soak up all the nutritious goodness.
Sauté noodles, veggies + garlic sauce on medium heat, stirring frequently for 4-5 mins (or until hot).
GARLIC SAUCE: garlic, miso, ginger, tahini, maple, rice wine vinegar, tamari, coconut aminos, avocado oil, pink himalayan salt. NOODLES: sorghum flour, black rice, mung bean. VEGGIES: broccolini, carrot, purple cabbage, bok choy.
Made with high quality, organic + gluten free ingredients.