Roasted Cheddar Broccoli — Most Popular Pin of the Week

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If you're looking for a way to spruce up broccoli on your Thanksgiving table this year, try roasting it like in this week's  Most Popular Pin of the Week, Roasted Cheddar Broccoli. Food Network Magazine roasts broccoli heads with olive oil and salt, and then finishes it with breadcrumbs, sharp Cheddar and scallions.

For more Turkey Day inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Plan: Food Network Magazine’s Thanksgiving Menu board on Pinterest.

Get the recipe: Food Network Magazine‘s Roasted Cheddar Broccoli

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