3C Casserole (Chicken, Cheese, and Cauliflower)


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5 Responses

  1. Damon says:

    I threw some veggies and pork into some stock. The result was less than excellent, but….

    Should have used curry powder.Report

  2. Will Truman says:

    While we’re snowed in, Clancy make some spinach artichoke soup that was really good!Report

  3. Kim says:

    Vegan. Tamatar Khabli Chana Usal, probably. Elsewise, hummus on bread.Report

  4. Will H. says:

    I think I’d like to try this with Swiss cheese.
    It’s about the only cheese I eat any more due to concerns with sodium.Report

  5. El Muneco says:

    I just bought a slow/pressure/rice cooker, so I think I’m game to try out something like this.

    I’m inclined to use a Mornay sauce (a la mac-and-cheese) rather than the soup, since condensed soup comes straight from the bowels of Satan.

    The rest of it sounds good, though – anything in the broccoli family (probably even brussels sprouts) matches well with cheese.

    Oh, and as for the flavoring – Alton Brown has a really good broccoli-and-cheddar casserole where the flavor and the binding agent are both provided by … commercial Ramen soup. I’d be really interested to see how far that can be stretched into other – I want to say recipes, but since I name-checked AB, I am obliged to say “applications”.Report