Recipe by JULIE NOYES
"I made this up one night when I had leftover pork roast that I had cooked in my slow cooker and frozen. Pork, broccoli and rice with a hint of curry. It's very homey and easy to make ahead of time."
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uncooked white rice
1 1/2 pounds
leftover roast pork, cubed
2 (10.75 ounce) cans
condensed cream of celery soup
ground black pepper
1 (10 ounce) package
frozen broccoli, thawed
I was looking for a roast pork recipe and came across this. I cubed the roast and seasoned with salt and pepper...then I sauted till cooked though. I substituted the cream of celery with cream of broccoli and cream of mushroom simply because that was what I had on had. I omitted the curry because I am not a fan. I also used crushed up ritz crackers to top the dish before baking. I love this and wil make it again.
This was very simple and turned out good. Well it had - no smell - no taste.
maybe it would be good with shredded cheese mixed in and more seasoning.
I've been looking for a good leftover pork recipe and this fit the bill to a T. It's very similar to a Chicken Divan recipe (minus the rice) I like to make.
I didn't have cream of celery soup, so I instead used 1 can of cream of mushroom and 1 can of broccoli cheese. During the last 8 minutes I added shredded cheese and topped with croutons before putting it under the broiler. It was fabulous. I would also think that a box of dried stuffing mix (Stove top or similar) would also be a great addition.
Thanks - This will be a day after staple whenever we have pork roast or leftover tenderloins.
Thanks for the recipe Julie, it was great! I had some left-over pork chops that I didn't want to get dried out by cooking them a second time. This casserole not only kept the pork moist, but the curry and black pepper gave it an excellent flavor. I used fresh broccoli instead of the frozen kind. This was an easy recipe.
This is a definite keeper, I had to change the soup to Cream o'Mushroom and Cream o'Broccoli and Cheese (what I had). I did and (and solved the presentation problem 3/4 cup of french fried onions (of green been casserole fame) then 5 min before serving topped with the rest of the can and baked 5 min more ... viola ... presentation simple, Thanks!
Fantastic!!! I made this with frozen spinach and frozen corn instead of broccoli, and added a bit more curry spice, including a dash of cumin, tumeric, and cloves for a more authentic Indian curry flavour. I also reduced the mayo to about 1/4 cup and used cream of mushroom because that's all I had. I will definately make this again!
This was great. I have made this several times and like adding fresh broccoli better. No need to cook the broccoli first. Also try using some pork sirloin. Its a cheaper cut of meat, just cut up and fry with some seasoning in a touch of olive oil.
Really yummy and reheats well. I made a few simple changes. Substituted salt for the curry, used a can of cream of chicken and a can of cream of mushroom soup. I also used a 14 oz bag of broccoli flowerettes and a couple handfuls of shredded mexican cheese stirred in. The next day I added a little milk to the leftovers before I microwaved them. It seemed even better the second day!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork, Broccoli and Rice Casserole
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 373
** Calories from Fat: 162
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