Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Layers of broccoli, fish and a creamy, cheesy sauce are topped with crunchy bread crumbs."
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1 (10 ounce) package
frozen broccoli spears, cooked and drained
fresh or thawed frozen firm white fish fillets (cod, haddock or halibut)
1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Broccoli Soup
shredded Cheddar cheese
dry bread crumbs
This recipe is really great! There is no cream of broccoli soup so I just replaced it with a cream of chicken soup then didnt precooked the broccoli. It still turned out great coz the broccoli was just half-cooked - exactly the way I want my veggies to be. Also added a teaspoon of pepper, some garlic and a bit of salt. I will definitely cook this recipe again!
I wasn't crazy about this. My husband loved it though. I used cod & couldn't taste anything but a strong fish taste, which is not a preference for me. I will probably try it again with a different fish just to see if maybe something was off, but otherwise, it wasn't a dish for me.
Very quick, healthy comfort food. About as delicious as you can get from frozen broccoli and canned soup (and I mean that as a compliment). I love broccoli, so I used a 16oz bag. I thought about combining the broccoli and milk/soup mix, then spooning over the fish to bake as I was afraid it might not combine well layered, but that's not needed: the soup seeps down into the broccoli while keeping the fish nice and moist. I actually forgot to use shredded cheese (heresy!) but that turned out great too: after baking we scooped up our portions and sprinkled the cheddar ourselves, letting it melt on top. A yummy meal I had prepped in minutes on a busy night loaded with protein, cheese, and the most spectacular vegetable of all - a five star meal if I've ever seen one. Thanks for sharing!
Both my husband and myself loved this recipe. I substituted sour cream for the milk and used Old Bay seasoning on it instead of paprika. Will definately have again!
I pretty much changed a lot but it came out great. After reading the other reviews about the dish tasting blah I took the suggesting of seasoning the fish. I seasoned with garlic powder and curry powder. I also added a tablespoon of garlic and 1/4 cup of onion to the soup mixture. I also threw in some peas with the broccoli. I doubled the crumble topping, forgot the cheese and used cream of chicken soup. It came out A-MAZING!
We really liked this recipe. I used havarti cheese and added garlic powder,salt pepper and lemon seasoning to the bread crumbs. Definitely will make this again. Will try cauliflower next time.
My husband LOVED this. I sprinkled some Old Bay Seasoning on top when completed (because I forgot that I wanted to put it directly on the fish before the soup mixture) I used Cod, but I think next time I am going to use Orange Roughy becuase we like that fish better (less fish taste we think).
Amazing recipe!! I added Added Cayenne pepper to the soup mix + Garlic powder + Oregano. I also used fresh broccoli since I like the taste better (boiled it for a few minutes first). AFTER it came out of the oven, I threw some pepper jack cheese on top. Man, it's SOO EASY AND DELICIOUS!! LOVE IT!! THANKS!! =D
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