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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Campbell's Kitchen Broccoli and Cheese Casserole
Fixed this yesterday with T-bone and a baked sliced potato and onions dish I make. We really liked it. I was worried about the milk factor after reading most reviews. I didn't have just broccoli; I used a mix of broccoli and cauliflower. I prepped the frozen veggies by nuking them for 4 minutes, rinsed and drained in colander. I even placed them on double layers of paper towels to soak up additional moisture. Frozen vegetable have a lot of moisture to them. I didn't have 2c of cheddar, so I used 1c cheddar and 1c+ parmesan. Still concerned about the milk, I only used 1/4c (could have used 1/ would not have hurt it). Since I had left over French's onions, I used them, adding last half of baking. Very good. The mustard is a must and also added garlic powder and pepper. Will definitely make again. Going to try with fresh veggies; gotta be even better.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 20, 2014
BB's Chicken
Surprisingly very, very good. I don't usually go for soup-added recipes, but decided to try this. It turned out great. Followed recipe as written as ingredients would allow. I didn't have sliced swiss, so I used shredded; replaced sherry with dry vermouth; had only one 6 oz box of chicken stove-top stuffing; used 1/2 c butter; baked in an 8x10 casserole, covered 30 min and uncovered until breast were done. wah-lah!! Breasts were moist; nice sauce, topping was crunchy!! Even my husband liked it. He's not a picky eater, just doesn't care much for chicken breast, but I try to squeeze it in every now and then. I think I'll try this with boneless pork chops, pork stove-top, and mushroom soup. HMMM? Thanks Barbara...enjoy everyone!! OH! I forgot to mention that I seasoned the chicken breast with Penzy's Northwoods seasoning and placed in ziploc bag in fridge for a couple hours, flipping them over several times. I'm certain the recipe would have been great without it, but I just love that seasoning....would be good on a car bumper!!! It was a free sample with my last Penzey's order.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 11, 2011

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