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I used a jar of Mexican cheese blend with spices (basically, some Mexican cheese dip!), added extra shredded cheddar and rice, omitted the chopped onion, and sprinkled in some chopped garlic to taste. This was AWESOME, filling, and super-easy to make! My boyfriend and I yummed it up for dinner! What's not to like?!

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TreeSquirrel October 02, 2009

Honey, you and I come from the same neck of the woods and we Southern women know how to cook!!!! I love this recipe!!!!! Thank you so very much Granny!!!!!!!! We Georgians need to stick together!!!!!

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Susy Q March 23, 2008

I always saute my onions before I put them into the casserole. But this always disappears in one meal!

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Lesley Anne August 11, 2007

Big hit at family dinner. I tossed in more cooked rice and a bit more broccoli than the recipe called for and added about half cup or so of shredded cheddar cheese because I wanted it to be nice and cheesey. I left out the butter. I always cook up extra rice when I make it for another dish so I'll have some on hand for this recipe.

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ruthiefoster55 May 11, 2003
Broccoli Casserole and Rice