This is a unique one! One from a secret fan follower (can call him a stalker and a friendly one at that!) of the blog and a budding cook himself (well he’s still in late teens)..hes been following for long in silence and has finally honored us by sending one of his recipes to be posted here.. and its a very different one to start with.. brocolli in white sauce recipe.. follows.. in his own words.. oh did i forget something? yea he’ roopak.. rum’s cousin who will be hereafter known as Roo on this blog.. hopin for more contributions from him.. so lets go.. Brocolli in White Sauce from Roo’s kitchen!
Brocolli in White Sauce Recipe
Brocolli – broken into florets
Milk – ½ litre
Maida – 2-3 table spoons
Butter 2 spoons
Salt – to taste
Pepper – to taste
Cut the broccoli into florets and boil it in water containing salt.
Take the maida and mix it in a small amount of milk to make liquidy paste (make sure there are no lumps)
Start heating the milk and butter in a wok and add the milk and maida liquid to it.
Keep Stirring to prevent lumps.
Add salt and pepper and allow the milk to thicken
Add the florets of broccoli and heat for a bit.
Serve hot with toast!
U can replace broccoli with mushroom (sauté it instead of boiling in water)
2 thoughts on “Brocolli in White Sauce Recipe”
Didn't consider dunking in some mushrooms? Or paneer? Or both? I never know how much maida to add to milk while making white sauce for pasta – hopefully the measurements you've given work put well 🙂
sure .. try n lemme know too .. 🙂