Delicately sweet broccolini is grilled until crisp-tender and dressed with toasted almonds, bright orange zest and a charred orange vinaigrette - a reason to fire up the grill any time of year! Be sure to grab broccolini and not broccoli rabe, as the latter is much more astringent.\nDifficulty 2\/5 Prep Time 10 MIN Cook Time 20 MIN Serves 4\n \nFEATURED PRODUCTS\n\nBroil King Baron or Imperial Tongs\n\nBroil King Roaster Basket or Wok Topper\n\n\n \nINGREDIENTS\n\n2 heads broccolini, trimmed and halved lengthwise\nneutral tasting cooking oil with a high smoke point, like rice bran, canola, or grapeseed\nkosher salt\n¼ cup slivered almonds\n1 orange, ½ zested then cut in half\n¼ cup extra virgin olive oil\n1 tbsp. maple syrup\n1 tbsp. Dijon mustard\nblack pepper\n\n \nDIRECTIONS\n\nPreheat grill to medium-high heat (450-500°F) with a Broil King Grill Wok or Roaster Basket.\nMeanwhile, toss the broccolini florets in a mixing bowl with about 2-3 tablespoons of cooking oil and a generous sprinkling of kosher salt.\nOn your grill’s side burner or on the stove, toast slivered almonds in a pan on medium-low heat until golden, 4-5 minutes. Set aside to cool.\nRoast broccolini in the Grill Wok or Roaster Basket for 10-15 minutes, occasionally flipping, until nicely charred and crisp-tender. Be sure to maintain a steady temperature and err on the side of lower heat to avoid scorching.\nAs the broccolini is roasting, zest ½ an orange and set zest aside in a small bowl. Cut the orange in half and char one half directly on the grids for 4-5 minutes. Reserve the other half for later use. Remove it from the grill and let cool.\nMake the grilled orange vinaigrette. Juice the orange half into a mixing bowl, looking out for seeds, and whisk together with extra virgin olive oil, maple syrup and Dijon mustard.\nTransfer grilled broccolini onto a platter and spoon grilled orange vinaigrette over top. Finish with toasted slivered almonds and orange zest before serving. Salt and pepper to taste.\n\nCourtesy of Broil King.