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Bullbuyer

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The broccoli looks like it might be the only thing that produces very much in this year's garden. Anybody have any good and easy recipes for it? A soup recipe would be much appreciated!
 

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Broccoli is good for so many things. We like it steamed, still with a little crunch to it, a little cheese drizzeled on the top, with a little seasoned salt. Broccoli soup is also a good thing.

Broccoli is something that could be eaten every day.........
 

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Stir-fry beef & broccoli. Sorry, no exact recipe. Steak sliced thin across the grain, fresh broccoli, garlic, onion, and we like mushrooms in it. The sauce is beef broth, about a cup, with a couple tablespoons of cornstarch dissolved in it and a generous squirt of both soy and wooster sauce. It goes in at the end.
 

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Was given this recipe almost 20 years ago at my sisters wedding. My family is not too crazy about broccoli so I don't make it very often.

1c. minute rice
1 med. size jar velvetta cheese
1 can cream of chicken
1 head of broccoli, chopped

Mix all ingredients together, I will add some water just to make sure the rice is not hard. I normally just "eye" it. :)
Put in a medium size casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1 1/2 hours.
 

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Since I'm late on this, perhaps you can try this next year.

Broccoli Salad

1 cup mayo (my fav brand is Miracle Whip and that's what I use)
1/4 tsp vinegar
1/4 cup sugar
2 small onions, sliced
1 bunch broccoli
1/2 pound bacon
1/2 cup raisins

Mix all together. For a large crowd recipe only double mayo and sugar.
 

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You can do as ILH suggests, but add cut up or canned chicken, this way it is a hotdish and not a side dish. A bunch of chicken. Also, if you want, the last 15 minutes it cooks take the foil off and sprinkle cheddar cheese on top. I add as much water as I do rice (using minute rice too), equal amounts and it does not turn out soupy. You can add as much broccoli and/or chicken as you want.
 

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As for broccoli soup, I've tried this and its really good. I've also added a can of mushroom soup to the recipe (simply because I like bits of mushroom and extra cheese). I also grind a stalk of celery and add to it. Many times, I don't have cheddar on hand so I use American cheese............ this is really a simple recipe and you can tweak to your own tastes.

http://www.chguenther.com/ConsumerBrand ... spx?id=711
 

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Try this one, it is as close as I can find what I make , I don't add nutmeg, use leaks instead of onions and also use sharp cheddar. Switch frozen broccoli for fresh.


sunny Ingredients
•3-tbsp unsalted butter, plus 2-tbspn cold unsalted butter, cut into pieces
•1-cup yellow onions , sliced
•1/2-tspn salt
•1/4-tspn black pepper*
•Pinch of nutmeg
•1 teaspoon jarred minced garlic*
•1/4-cup dried crushed thyme*
•3-tbspn all-purpose flour
•3-cups of chicken broth
•2(10-oz)packages frozen chopped broccoli*
•1/2-cup heavy cream
•1 1/4-cups freshly shredded mild cheddar cheese
•Croutons, to garnish

Directions
1.Melt 3-tbspn butter in medium sized pot. Add the onions, salt, pepper and nutmeg and cook, stirring, until soft, 3 minutes. Add the garlic and thyme and cook stirring, until fragrant - about 1 minute. Add the flour and cook, stirring until the mixture is well blended and smells fragrant, 2 minutes. Slowly add the chicken stock, whisking constantly, and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer until thickened, about 5 minutes. Add the broccoli and cook, stirring, until tender, for 10 minutes. Remove the pot from the heat and puree with a hand-held immersion blender, a food processor or a contour top blender. Return to the pot and add the cram and bring to a bare simmer. Add the cheese and cook over low heat, stirring, until melted. Add the remaining 2-tbspn of cold butter, stirring to blend. Ladle into bowl and serve. Sprinkle with croutons , if desired.
 

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dun":147eu51f said:
Better yet is to just feed it to the pigs!

I was going to suggest Roundup, but since everyone else started posting recipes I thought I'd better keep mum.
 

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Fry it! Use onion ring batter or tempura batter,cut the broccoli into small pieces,dip and deep fry. Serve with cheese dip or ranch dressing.
 

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Broccoli cheese bake

- cover pan with broccoli (fresh or frozen)
- dump in a can of cream of broccoli soup
- cover entire pan with 1/4" thick velveta slices
- cover velveta with mashed cheez-its

-- the kids will eat it this way, we have to make the recipe every Thanksgiving and every Christmas
 

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