Broccoli Puff

"This has been a traditional Thanksgiving side dish at our house. I looked forward to this casserole almost as much as the turkey, if not more. Even ones who don't like broccoli will take to this dish."
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  • Cook broccoli; drain.
  • Place broccoli in casserole dish.
  • In separate bowl, combine soup, cheese, milk, mayo, and egg until blended.
  • Pour over broccoli.
  • Combine butter and crumbs; sprinkle on top.
  • Bake at 350 for 45 minutes.

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  1. Cyrene,thank you for posting your Broccoli Puff.I chose this recipe because it listed fresh broccoli,not frozen.Was happy to have leftovers for lunch the next day.The only thing I will do different next time is not cook the broccoli for so long,because it really was over cooked with the oven time.In fact, I am going to try not pre cooking the broccoli.This is a very good any time side dish.:0)
  2. Totally awesome! I don't like broccoli, but I loved this and will make it again.
  3. This was superb! I followed the recipe but used a little more cheese and breadcrumbs and infused the butter with lemon - delish!
  4. This was very good!!! I added some garlic, onion and cajun seasonings to it. I live in high altitude so i had to bake it for a bit longer. Thank you, Cyrene.
  5. My DH had this half eaten before dinner was ready. I did change a few things. I used Colby Jack cheese because thats all I had. I also used half and half because I had some that needed used. I added 1/4 cup fresh minced onions (because we like onions)and a dash of Morton's Natures Season's season blend. The consistancy was perfect and loaded with flavor. I might try this again for a brunch casserol by adding cooked diced ham or bacon. We will be having this dish often in our house. Thank you Cyrene! :)


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