Charred Broccoli Salad $8.95

Vegetarian - Nut free - Low carb

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Charred Broccoli Salad by Chef Brian Madayag

Chef Brian Madayag

Chef Brian Madayag

• Chef, Cantina Leña. A Tom Douglas Restaurant.
• Former Chef at Brave Horse Tavern, Tanaka San
• Alum, Seattle Culinary Academy

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The perfect amount of char on the broccoli combined with citrus pickled red onions, corn nuts, shredded Cotija and tossed in a smoked Cotija dressing results in a dish full of texture and depth of flavor.

Ingredients Ingredients

charred broccoli, radicchio, pickled red onion (distilled vinegar, orange juice, lime juice), corn nuts, cotija, smoked cotija dressing (cotija, eggs, canola oil, sherry vinegar, lime juice, Maggi seasoning, water, dry mustard, salt, black pepper), garlic oil, lime, salt, black pepper

Star Reviews (6)

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Barbara S.

September 28, 2016
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nutritious and unexpected vegetable dish

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Sarah S.

September 9, 2016
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This was great!!

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James L.

September 9, 2016
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I never knew broccoli could taste so good. Great compliment with the Panang Curry.

Elizabeth M.

August 11, 2016
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One of the most delicious dishes we've ordered. Loved the corn nuts and smoky dressing,

Kim C.

July 1, 2016
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One of the most interesting dishes I've had on Lish - the depth of flavor doesn't disappoint. Note that the dressing (as advertised) has a strong smoked flavor, so if you don't typical enjoy that, it's strong in this dish.

The only reason for the -1 star is the broccoli really should have been prepared better. The florets and chunks are HUGE (fist-sized florets, and - no exaggeration - 3 inch cross cuts of stems) and really should have been cut smaller. There's no way to eat the broccoli in one bite so you have to do a lot of your own prep first to make it manageable. Also, it's fairly obvious that my cornnuts were borderline rancid (per the obvious rancid smell coming out of the container)

If that's fixed in the future, this would be an easy 5 star.

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Liz H.

June 30, 2016
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Yummy!