Spinach and Cheese Strata - Everyday Annie
I’ve mentioned before that my in-laws tend to host fabulous brunches for us nearly every time we come for a visit. I won’t say no to that! The food is always amazing and, bonus, it gives me the opportunity to bring something as well. Normally I tend to lean toward something on the sweeter side […]
Chicken Broccoli Supreme
Here I go again, posting this recipe for the second time. As you have probably figured out by now, I deleted my baking blog, and recovered everything except for the last two posts that I had made.This is really, honestly my favorite casserole type chicken dish. I probably could eat it every…
Cheesy Broccoli Casserole Recipe - Food.com
This came from a ladies group that met once a month where everyone brought their favorite dish and worked the afternoon on fund raising projects. It has since become a favorite dish for Sunday dinners, and potlucks at our house.
21 Amazing Chicken Casseroles!
Make a warm and bubbly chicken casserole for your next family gathering. Our chicken casserole recipes feature a range of seasonal flavors, popular spices, and some surprising twists. We know they'll feed (and please!) a crowd.
Broccoli Chicken Casserole I
Assembly time is minimal with this simple casserole combining chicken, cream of mushroom soup, cheddar cheese and broccoli. Dry stuffing mix is sprinkled over the top for a crunchy, flavorful topping.
Company Broccoli Three-Cheese Bake
Voted Best Supporting Side of 2008! Have a crowd to feed? Arm yourself with five easy ingredients, including veggies. A few minutes of prep, and you'll have a delicious veggie casserole in the oven.
EASY CREAMY – BROCCOLI CHEESE SOUP
If I'm in a hurry, this soup recipe is the one I make. I sometimes use this same recipe, & add baked cubed potatoes, & crisp bacon or ham pieces. It just doesn't get any easier than this.Ingredients 4 cups chicken broth1 cup water1 cup half-and-half cream1 tsp.…
Yangzhou Fried Rice
From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite...Ten years ago we spent a brief period of time in a loft apartment. It was quite small, but with only three of us and a great deal of planning, it became a manageable, if not luxurious, space. Bob and I had sold our family home and were biding time, waiting for secondary pensions to vest before moving on to Oregon. Our youngest daughter, home following a year in Asia, made her first forays into cooking in that tiny kitchen. Fried rice was her specialty…