A wonderfully versatile and delicious recipe that makes including plenty of vegetables in one's diet all the easier; and enables one to add into it any other vegetables that are in abundance or needing to be used up. As a garlic and herbs fiend, I just had to include minced garlic and some herbs - rosemary, sage and thyme, a favourite combination - and I followed mums the word's suggestion and used half mayo and half low-fat sour cream. Apart from that I made this exactly to the recipe and portioned it into four small round casserole dishes: three destined for the freezer at the end of step 3 and one cooked for about 15 minutes. Great to know that those other three portions are in the freezer waiting to be enjoyed in the future. :) Thanks breezermom for a great vegetable recipe. Made for Zaar Stars Tag.
This was a great casserole! I brought it to a dinner banquet and someone stood up asked who had made the vegetable casserole because they had to have the recipe! We did make a few changes. Doubled the vegetables, but kept only 1/2 stick of butter in the recipe. A lot of people wanted the recipe that night! I will definitely substitute sour cream or yogurt for some of the mayo next time to help cut back on the fat. Thanks tons!
Delicious! Imade the recipe as directed using "Summer Mixed Vegetables", A mixture of asparagus, carrots and squash. I used only 1 cup of cracker crumbs mixed with 3 Tbls of melted butter. We loved this dish.
I made this recipe the first time as part of our family Christmas dinner. I made it as written with one exception, I took the suggestion of another reviewer and used half mayo and half sour cream. My husband really enjoyed it and it has been added to my recipe file. I decided to turn it into a main dish casserole by adding cooked & shredded chicken breast and reducing the mixed vegetables by using a 10 oz. bag. I left the other amounts the same & baked for the same amount of time. It makes a nice sized casserole for two people with a reasonable amount of leftovers. All in all it is a tasty and easy recipe that I will be making again.
Wonderful, versatile veggie casserole. This is a great one to use up leftover veggies. I used a frozen asparagus medley (asparagus, red peppers, summer squash, broccoli and cauliflower. I used crushed Ritz and panko crumbs for the topping. Very easy to put together. Thanx!
I've made this two times now and loved it both times! The first time I made the recipe exactly as written but the 2nd time I added a 10oz can white chicken to it to make this a main dish. Thanks for such a great recipe!
First time I did this, my husband just loved it and raved about it to my mom-in-law. I used miracle whip and didn't use exact amount....just eyeballed it more or less and forgot to mix the crackers and butter....just spread the cracker and distribute the butter on top. This time around, I will be using half miracle whip and half plain yogurt and mixing the butter and crackers before spreading on top. Hope it would still taste as good if not greater
I didn't have cheddar cheese, I had marble. I didn't have mayo I had miracle whip and I Didn't have Ritz crackers but used french fried onions. Daughter is finicky and even she ate it. Will make it again with these substitutions.
Can't believe that I've not tried this yummy side before. I made a half amount and 3 of us cleaned it all up along with pork cutlets. Loved all of the ingredients and they are delicious together. I've printed the recipe and put it in my Holidays folder. Thank you very much breezer for this fab dish. Made for: For Your Consideration game.
My sister-in-law made this almost every holiday and I LOVE it. Even family members who did not eat a lot of vegetables, ate this!! Thank you for reminding me! In our many moves, I lost this recipe but this is the one we used!!!