So, this is a really informal recipe because I don't ever measure anything. Too lazy.
And if this is confusing...well. I'm sorry. Thinking recipes through is always a little difficult for me, because I cook and season things completely haphazardly unless baking. Plus, I've been baking, eh eh?
Yeah, okay, stoner jokes aren't predictable at all.
So, here we go!What you need
1-2 cups broccoli florets (frozen or fresh)
1-2 cups mushrooms (I used sliced portobellos)
2-5 chopped garlic cloves* (I used 5 because I needed vampire protection)
1/4-1/2 cup chopped onion (white or green, depending on personal preference)
1. Cover the bottom of a large skillet (pan?) with olive oil, add and stir in garlic and onions, set to medium heat. Cook until garlic starts to brown, stirring often to keep cooking even.
2. Once the garlic is browning, add broccoli. Stir to coat with oil. Cook for ~5 minutes (until broccoli starts to really soak up the oil) and then add mushrooms. Stir well to coat with oil (I usually have to add a little more at this point) and add a bit of soy sauce if you want. Amount really depends on how much you like soy sauce.
3. Cook for another 5-7 minutes, stirring often to make sure everything cooks evenly. The mushrooms should brown a bit and soak up the garlic flavor. Add salt+pepper to taste. (or garlic salt if you also need vampire protection but didn't add enough in the beginning. That will teach you.)
I usually toss this with quinoa, but it also goes well with whole wheat pasta or just as its own side (use less oil if you're doing that, though). I've also added Gardein fake chicken (this kind: http://www.gardein.com/products.php?t=frozen&p=5
which can be found at Target!) after cooking it in the skillet with everything else...which is fucking delicious
So, uh. Enjoy. :D
*Cloves are the sections inside the bulbs, right? Because not 2-5 bulbs
of garlic, eeugh.