Grilled Broccoli with Almond Dressing

Who doesn’t love some grilled broccoli on a nice summer day paired with a delicious steak?  Here is my take on a recipe out of Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals. I made my own broccoli and modded his dressing recipe a little bit but this came out absolutely amazing, I hope you enjoy. :)


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Grilled Broccoli with Almond Dressing
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Serves: 2
  1. Combine the broccoli florets, sesame oil for the broccoli and salt and pepper in a mixing bowl and coat evenly
  2. Move the broccoli into an aluminum foil packet and fold shut for cooking on the grill
  3. Grill the broccoli to your liking on a medium heat, approximately 20 minutes for my liking
  1. While your broccoli is cooking, combine all the ingredients listed under the dressing in a mixing bowl
  2. Using a whisk, mix well until you have a thick dressing consistency
  3. Once your broccoli is done, plate and place your dressing on top of your broccoli and enjoy
  4. Serve with this amazing steak

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  1. So… winter has decided, at least for the next few days, to release Minnesota from its icy death grip. We rushed out to fire up the grill and I tried this recipe. Um, life changing. I’m not ashamed to admit I was licking the dressing bowl. So freaking good!

  2. This was Amazing! I needed a quick side dish last night and made this. The sauce scared me a bit becuase I would never thought to mix those ingredients together (minus the coconut aminos, becuase I did not have any) and I wondered how the taste would be. My 4 year old just ate the sauce by itself:) Thanks for the recipe

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