broccolinoun [ U ]uk /ˈbrɒk.əl.i/ us /ˈbrɑː.kəl.i/
Examples from literature
- Broccoli if not fresh is apt to be bitter in spite of good cooking.
- But both samples of broccoli appear and taste more or less alike.
- It is said that a large proportion of broccoli is used in the manufacture of pickles.
- So she had to add one small serving of cooked vegetable per day, usually broccoli or steamed kale.
- This makes a mild, pleasantly pungent sauce, to enliven the cabbage family—hot cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts.