Broccoli and Rice

Broccoli and Rice

"A short list of ingredients helps keep the cost down for this quick-to-cook side dish from Betty Janway of Ruston, Louisiana. Each serving costs just 47 cents."
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Ingredients

15 m servings
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  1. Cook broccoli according to package directions; drain. Stir in rice and celery salt. Stir in cheese until melted. Serve immediately.

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  • Editor's Note: The cost per serving does not include optional ingredients such as garnishes. When there is a choice of two ingredients, the cost is figured with the first one listed.

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I deleted celery salt in favour of regular salt and pepper and I added a tablespoon of margarine to make mixing easier. I used 1 cup grated tasty cheese and 1/3 cup grated parmesan. I also used ...

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i tried this recipe as is, very bland and lack luster. the second time i tried, i added a can of cream of mushroom soup - it made all the difference in the world. i would suggest also using cr...

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I deleted celery salt in favour of regular salt and pepper and I added a tablespoon of margarine to make mixing easier. I used 1 cup grated tasty cheese and 1/3 cup grated parmesan. I also used ...

i tried this recipe as is, very bland and lack luster. the second time i tried, i added a can of cream of mushroom soup - it made all the difference in the world. i would suggest also using cr...

This was so simple, easy, and gluten free! I used fresh broccoli and jasmine rice with colby jack cheese.

This is a good "help, I need a quick dinner!" sort of meal, but not something I'd ever use for guests. I made a couple of changes based on the previous reviewer, and I think they helped. I...

I found this recipie to be a little bland. I would suggest cooking your rice in a cream of mushroom or broccoli soup to add some much needed flavor. This recipie was not a big hit with me, but ...

I used a blend of mozza and monterrey jack cheese for this and also used only about a cups worth. I didn't have celery salt so just subbed regular salt and a bit of pepper. I also added a tsp ...

The wife didn't like it. I thought it was OK, but I added a lot of rice to it. It was way too cheesy as prepared by the recipe.

Flavor was good, but it looked like a lumpy mess

Great Base, the other reviews helped a lot thanks guys! This can be played up with different ingredients added, for instance I like mine to be made as a casserole with canned chicken and cream o...

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