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I really loved this recipe. I did not have the granuels so instead of water I used 1 cup of chicken broth. This was realy easy and tasted so good. Thank you.
I used this recipe to clean out the vegetable bin. I had small amounts of broccoli, cauliflower, fresh green beans and baby carrots. I cut the carrots in thirds, so they would get tender. I added 1t minced garlic. This was a really good side dish! Gave the veggies some life! Loved the Parmesan flavor.
Quick and easy recipe. The flavor was okay but it was kind of watery. It didn't thicken at all so the veggies just kind of sat in it. Did anyone else run into this?
I thought it was just average--sorry... Maybe it was my choice of vegetables? (Frozen peas, carrots and green beans.)
The mixture of coffee creamer and parmesan cheese worked suprisingly well as a sauce for vegetables. Quick and easy to do.
My family loved this- got the kids eating broccoli and cauliflower without any arguments! My son even asked for seconds.
Made for the Mar Photo Challenge (using coffee or coffee products). I used a grated mix of Parmesan, Mozzarella + Asiago & found the flavor ideal. I had issues w/the prep & admit I am fairly new at expanding my microwave use to more than just reheating food. The ingredient list said frozen veggies & the prep did not say otherwise, so I put the dry mix on the frozen veggies w/o defrosting them. The prep did not say what type or size dish to use or whether to use a lid, so I used a 2 qt Pyrex baking dish w/lid. I think my guesses were wrong as the sauce was very liquid & took nearly 15 min to get the veggies to crisp tender. This is good & an easy-fix, so is worth getting right. Next time I will try defrosting & draining the veggies of all moisture & then cook them w/o using a lid. Thx for sharing this unique & tasty recipe w/us. :-) ~ Edited to Add a 5th * ~ Maybe this just needed to cool slightly or be stirred more, but leftovers reheated to a lovely thick sauce. Prep issues still a factor for me, but consistency of sauce improved.
This was a definite dinner saver when our stove was broken and I didn't have extra milk for dinner. It was a great way to have cheese sauce over veggies. The creaminess of the, well, creamer (lol) gave it an almost mozzarella-like flavor. I had half a bag of frozen broccoli florets and half a bag of frozen spinach. I used veggie spray on an 8x8 casserole dish and poured the broccoli on one side and the spinach on the other, then put the sauce mix (plus some extra garlic powder) over all of it together. It worked perfectly. There was not a scrap of broccoli left, and the small amount of spinach/cheese remaining should go well with eggs in the morning. Thanks so much for posting!
Great recipe! I added a tsp garlic powder and used cornstarch instead of the flour simply because that's all I had. It was easy too make and tasted real good. Thank you.
riffraff, Parmesan cheese is such a GREAT!!!!!! flavor additive in these veggies,I used a bag of california blend frozen vegetables,and I LOVED it.I made it exactly as your recipe said,and nobody could fault this recipe,it was supreme.Thanks Darlene