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« Reply #10 on: November 16, 2005 03:48:55 PM »

If it involves potato chips, it must be good! Nasty and good, oh yeah...
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« Reply #11 on: November 16, 2005 07:38:21 PM »

is it spicy after it's cooked? i don't do well with spicy food, but i do like chicken and i could use some tasty recipes!

Its only spicy according to the flavor of chips used. I use Red-Hot BB-Q myself, but you could substitute with any type of chip you like...even Doritos.

that recipe sounds great!

i made a casserole i like to call "trashy broccoli", because it has got to be one of the unhealthiest treatments of broccoli around short of being deep fried (it's not deathly, but still... all the stuff together)

parboil some broccoli florets in salted water, drain and set aside or, chop the broccoli up REALLY finely, and skip the parboiling.

mix together mayonnaise, grated sharp cheddar, and some pepper. stir in the broccoli.

the additions are what make it great. i like to add in 1/2 a jar of hormel real bacon bits. i also like to top it with crushed up saltines and sometimes frenchfried onion strips. a plain salted potato chip topping would likely taste great, too. bake until hot and bubbly and top is browned (about 30-45 min at 350)

people just seem to go crazy for this stuff!

I made this and loved it !!  I love broccoli anyway ..and I love ranch dressing, so I substituted the mayo for Hidden Valley ranch.  Im thinking this would be great for upcoming holiday-bring-a-dish type of things I go to. Thanks for posting this recipe. 
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« Reply #12 on: November 17, 2005 08:18:33 AM »


that recipe sounds great!

i made a casserole i like to call "trashy broccoli", because it has got to be one of the unhealthiest treatments of broccoli around short of being deep fried (it's not deathly, but still... all the stuff together)

parboil some broccoli florets in salted water, drain and set aside or, chop the broccoli up REALLY finely, and skip the parboiling.

mix together mayonnaise, grated sharp cheddar, and some pepper. stir in the broccoli.

the additions are what make it great. i like to add in 1/2 a jar of hormel real bacon bits. i also like to top it with crushed up saltines and sometimes frenchfried onion strips. a plain salted potato chip topping would likely taste great, too. bake until hot and bubbly and top is browned (about 30-45 min at 350)

people just seem to go crazy for this stuff!

I made this and loved it !!  I love broccoli anyway ..and I love ranch dressing, so I substituted the mayo for Hidden Valley ranch.  Im thinking this would be great for upcoming holiday-bring-a-dish type of things I go to. Thanks for posting this recipe. 
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i'm so glad that you liked it!!! it IS pretty tasty... it's amazing what we can invent with stuff in the cupboards. now i'll definitely have to try the ranch version!
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« Reply #13 on: November 17, 2005 01:24:32 PM »

Wow, ranch dressing and spicy chips sounds faboo!

I altered a recipe from Giada DeLaurentis (Everyday Italian on Food NEtwork) for baked chicken fingers.  You soak chicken fingers in buttermilk, then dredge in a mixture of grated paremsan cheese (like the Kraft in the green shaker container), garlic powder and she adds bread crumbs but since i didn't have any I substituted crushed up Ritz crackers.  bake them and YUMM!! 
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« Reply #14 on: November 17, 2005 06:25:27 PM »

that recipe sounds great!

i made a casserole i like to call "trashy broccoli", because it has got to be one of the unhealthiest treatments of broccoli around short of being deep fried (it's not deathly, but still... all the stuff together)

parboil some broccoli florets in salted water, drain and set aside or, chop the broccoli up REALLY finely, and skip the parboiling.

mix together mayonnaise, grated sharp cheddar, and some pepper. stir in the broccoli.

the additions are what make it great. i like to add in 1/2 a jar of hormel real bacon bits. i also like to top it with crushed up saltines and sometimes frenchfried onion strips. a plain salted potato chip topping would likely taste great, too. bake until hot and bubbly and top is browned (about 30-45 min at 350)

people just seem to go crazy for this stuff!
I have actually eaten deep fried broccoli and yes it was tasty, but it was  in tempura batter. mmm mayonaise and cheese.
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