Paula Deen's Broccoli Casserole
You'll want to try this "Paula Deen's Broccoli Casserole" it's the best broccoli casserole ever! Casserole's can be served on their own, or as a side dish, warm and creamy, they are always a crowd pleaser.
Casserole's are the perfect meal idea especially at this time of year, when you're looking for some warm comfort food, with lots of creamy goodness. Some of the ingredients you will need for this Paula Deen's Broccoli Casserole include frozen chopped broccoli cooked and drained, mayonnaise, grated sharp cheddar cheese, condensed cream of mushroom soup, eggs lightly beaten and crushed crackers. To start preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray a 13 by 9 inch baking dish with cooking spray. In a large bowl, combine broccoli, mayonnaise, cheese, soup and eggs. Mix well and place the mixture in the pan. Top with crushed crackers and pour the melted butter evenly over crackers. On this recipe site you will find lots of recipe inspirations and ideas. Some of the recipes you will find on the site include crock pot chicken with black beans and cream cheese recipe, crock pot whole chicken recipe, crock pot cream cheese chicken recipe, crock pot taco soup recipe, slow cooker cheesy chicken recipe, crock pot potato chowder recipe, Japanese Mum's chicken recipe, 25 easy comfort food classic recipes, creamy burrito casserole recipe, oven fried chicken chimichangas recipe, paleo main dish recipes, maple mustard glazed salmon recipe, pork roast with sweet potatoes recipe, appetizer recipes, main dish recipes, raw portobello pizza and more.
Broccoli is a vegetable in the cabbage family whose edible green flowerhead is eaten. Broccoli is high in vitamin C and dietary fiber. Broccoli also contains several nutrients with strong anti cancer properties, such as diindolylmethane and small amounts of selenium. A single serving of broccoli provides more than 30 mg of vitamin C and a half cup provides 52 mg of vitamin C. Boiling broccoli reduces the levels of suspected anti carcinogenic compounds, such as sulforaphane, with losses of 20–30 percent after five minutes, 40–50 percent after ten minutes, and 77 percent after thirty minutes.
Casseroles in the United States or in continental Europe usually consist of pieces of meat that can be chicken or fish (tuna is popular), various chopped vegetables, a starchy binder such as flour, rice, potato or pasta, and a crunchy or cheesy topping. Liquids are released from the meat and vegetables while they are cooking, and further liquid in the form of stock, wine, beer, or vegetable juice may be added when the dish is assembled. Casseroles are usually slowly cooked in the oven usually uncovered. Casseroles may be served as a main course or a side dish, and may be served in the dish in which they were cooked.
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