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Asparagus Almond Casserole

I found this published in an issue of Guideposts & thought it would be a great holiday side dish. The author uses Sunkist Almond Accents Sliced Almonds to add to the flavor and noted the original recipe called for saltines, but her mother substituted Wheatsworth crackers. I think I will go with Ritz or club crackers. Do your own thing and enjoy.

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  • Melt butter in skillet.
  • Add flour and blend.
  • Add milk and asparagus liquid.
  • Cook over low heat until thick.
  • Add mayonnaise and mix well until sauce is formed.
  • In bottom of 2-quart baking dish arrange a layer of asparagus, eggs, and almonds.
  • Cover with half of the sauce.
  • Repeat.
  • Top casserole with cracker crumbs.
  • Bake at 300 to 350 F for 30 minutes.
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"I found this published in an issue of Guideposts & thought it would be a great holiday side dish. The author uses Sunkist Almond Accents Sliced Almonds to add to the flavor and noted the original recipe called for saltines, but her mother substituted Wheatsworth crackers. I think I will go with Ritz or club crackers. Do your own thing and enjoy."
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  1. one bad apple
    I found this published in an issue of Guideposts & thought it would be a great holiday side dish. The author uses Sunkist Almond Accents Sliced Almonds to add to the flavor and noted the original recipe called for saltines, but her mother substituted Wheatsworth crackers. I think I will go with Ritz or club crackers. Do your own thing and enjoy.
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