Really good and easy to make! Thanks!
my family loved this. i made it with peper jack to give it some spice.yum yum
Can't beleive I haven't rate this great recipe.. I make this ften and the kids love this healthy rice dish!
OK, this was good. I used a can of cream of celery soup (healthy request variety) with a tiny bit of milk added to just thin it slightly. I also cut down on the baking time...to 20-25 minutes. I added some onion powder and garlic powder and a little bit of creole seasoning to the onion when I sauteed it. It turned out quite well and wasn't dry at all. Thanks for posting!
I was very excited to try this recipe. But was disappointed. This was very dry and bland.
as the recipe stands, i give it 3 stars. but if you just add your own flavor it's definitely a 4. i added garlic salt, pepper & a dash of nutmeg. it probably needs a little something else too, but i'm not sure what. i needed it asap, so i didn't bake it, and it was fine in the skillet. i pretty much just dumped in the ingredients, eyeballing the proportions. i sauteed the rice in the butter, added nuked frozen broccoli, dumped in shredded cheddar, low fat milk and the spices. i imagine if yours came out dry, just add more milk. mmm good!
Ok I'm not sure what happened the first time, must have pushed a wrong button. Like I was saying something simple and quick that the kids will like. I used 1 can of cream of chicken soup instead of the low-fat milk.(10 3/4 ounces) I used a whole bag of mild cheddar (8 ounces). I also decided to add some parmesan cheese to the blend. I didn't think it need to be baked so I skipped that step altogether.
This was pretty good. I had to add salt, pepper, and garlic powder to the mix because it was a bit bland. I also added about another 3 ounces of cream soup (Cream of Asparagus Soup (vegan)) because it seemed a bit dry. Used three Tbsp nutritional yeast to replace the cheese (dairy allergy) but I think I'll try four next time. I encourage anyone to try the nutritional yeast as a sub because it's super good for you (tons of B vitamins) and cuts out all of the calories of cheese! Thanks messy, the kids will demand it again!
I packed this as the main dish in my bento today. It wasn't bad alone, and just a simple sprinkle of salt brought out a lot of flavor.
Listen, I'm not going to write home about this. It was okay. I just ate 2 bowls. I don't think it needed to go in the oven at all, truth be told. If it doesn't go in the oven I don't see how it could possibly be dry. It was somethign that my 2 year old ate with gusto, which is nice. I used 2 cups of rice and feel that I could have gone more gung ho with the broccoli, though I had probably closer to 3 cups, though I had cut it up finely. I used a mixture of mozerella and cheddar cheeses, and a regular milk that I had on hand. I also used garlic, thinking that it might need an extra "kick". But I sauteed the garlic first, which I don't think I would do again. Maybe put it in fresh, cause I just couldn't taste it. I feel like the flavors got lost in all that rice. 1 cup (of rice) would have been sufficient for all of the other stuff. I also seasoned with salt and pepper and I think I would use more next time. But, I don't know, this just wasn't a "wow" recipe. Not very flavorful and I"m not sure how to make it more flavorful. But like I said, my daughter ate it and my husband also enjoyed it. If I can think of a way to get some more flavor in there, I will definately make it again.