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This is a great recipe that can be modified in many different ways. Once I substituted corn and carrots for the b roccoli and it turned out great! I am always looking for interesing vegetarian thanksgiving ideas. This one is so versatile. Just use any veggies that you have around the house cook them a little before adding them to the mixture and voila!
This did not turn out well for me. The eggs in this CURDLED. And not in a cooked scrambled-egg-like way. They turned into a grainy textured mess. I didn't cook my broccoli beforehand and it was still MUSHY when this was done. I can't even begin to describe the taste. The only part I ate off the little portion I put on my plate was the buttered bread crumbs. I subbed in Italian bread crumbs and added carrots and yellow pepper. My additions had nothing to do with the gray sludge-like 'sauce' that ruined fresh veggies and cheese (couldn't even tell it was in there).
I made this twice over the holidays... once for Christmas Dinner and again for New Year's Eve celebration. Both times it got raving reviews. I definately recommend frozen broccoli for this recipe as opposed to fresh. Don't over do it on the breadcrumbs... in fact I used a little less the second time around and it came out better. I also substituded Egg Beaters for the eggs and it came out great! This recipe is so easy that it should be considered for any quick side dish on the fly!
Sooo good! I made just a few changes however I added 2 or three large cloves fresh garlic and instead of cooking broccoli I just left it frozen and mixed everything but the stuffing and butter. After pouring the mixture in the baking dish I melted the butter and mixed about 5oz stuffing in a small bowl. Then I put that over the broccoli mixture. Turned out great!
I doubled this recipe and nearly ate the entire thing by myself! Better than the usual same ole stuffing. I forgot to add cheese but it was not missed. Simply fabulous. I will try to share it next time.:)
This was really tasty but I was a bit worried cause I didn't know if I was supposed used prepared stuffing or not. I wound up following directions and spritz water over the butter and dry bread crumbs mix. I was in a rush so I missed the part that said cooked broccoli (it should have been listed in the ingredients as so) and I missed the mayo (my fault). It didn't matter in the end. It was great without the mayo and the broccoli was cold in the middle so I just popped each serving in the microwave and then it was fine. I would definately make this again.