Broccoli Rice Casserole
We had Broccoli Rice Casserole a lot growing up. It’s another one of those recipes that is easy to serve a large crowd and is also great for when you have lots of leftover rice!
Makes one 9×13″ pan
6 C. cooked rice
2 T. Butter
1 small onion, chopped
1 (1 lb.) block velveeta
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1lb broccoli, cooked
Grease one 9x 13″ casserole dish and preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cook rice according to package directions. Sauté onions in butter till tender, add velvet and soup. Warm until cheese is melted, being careful not to let it scorch. Cook broccoli in separate pot until tender. Drain. Combine rice, cheese mixture and broccoli. Spread in greased dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 min. or until slightly golden brown on top.
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Thank you Jill. This looks like something I could use leftover rice for. Did you have a nice Resurrection Sunday?
Yes! We did. Thank you! Busy with moving, but good!
Jill…this reciepe reminds me of when i was a kid! I love following you and your family and have been a fan for years. Thank you so much! I have a great reciepe if you wanna email me. So fun to watch your family develop. Im the same age with boys the same age. Kinda cool to see them from afar grow up in the same same. I share your values. God bless
Thanks Jamie! Feel free to use the “contact” button to shoot me that other recipe! 🙂
Jill your recipes all look amazing:)
I really love that they are simple and full of ingredients that everyone would have in their cupboards!
Thanks for taking the time to share, greatly appreciated:)
Thanks for posting this recipe Jill! Will be making it tomorrow as the weather where we are is turning slightly towards fall….and this looks so comforting and yummy! Hope you and your family are well
I’ll be taking this to the next potluck for sure!
Made this last night and really liked it but it was a bit dry. Any tips for how I can make it a bit more moist?