Recipe- Broccoli Au Gratin

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I’m always looking for new things to cook. Problem is, whenever I see a recipe, it always needs to be tweaked to the way that my family would like it. Most recipes only call for salt and pepper- no other seasonings! That always amazes me.

I saw this recipe in my email inbox (yes, I have them emailed to me) and I figured that it has everything in it that my kids like, so why not try it out. Turned out pretty good. Check out the recipe below.

It’s perfect for a side dish or an appetizer. And anything with cheese makes me happy!

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  1. Prepare cooked rice
  2. These are a few of the seasonings that I use on a lot of what I cook. I combine them and make a house seasoning20160426_1838063. While the broccoli cooks (This one is from a steam bag from Publix)20160426_1832054. Prepare the cream sauce (a white roux made from milk, butter, and flour). In a warmed saucepan, warm butter and then add sifted flour. Whisk together and add milk. Continue whisking until sauce thickens and remove from heat. Add salt and pepper. 20160426_1831435. Combine seasoning, broccoli, rice in a bowl. Add the sauce as a top layer. lightly combining. Top generously with cheese. I used a Mexican four cheese mix for this recipe.

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Here is the finished product. Bake on 350, covered with foil for about 20 minutes until cheese melts.

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This is the link to the original recipe

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/broccoli-gratin-recipe.html

Enjoy!!

~Tamara

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