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Beryl Stokes: Hi and welcome to Cajun Cooking TV. It is another Saturday night in Baton Rouge Louisiana. Tonight we are cooking our favorite requested casserole broccoli rice. And tonight we have a special guest cook and her name is Ashley. And she is going to help us do most of the cooking tonight. So let us get started.
Ashley: Ingredients. We got one cup of rice, a butter, cheese, broccoli, mushroom soup, milk, water, and --
Beryl Stokes: And a little bit of sea salt.
Ashley: And a little bit of sea salt.
Beryl Stokes: Hi everybody! We are back and we are ready to cook our rice and all we want to do is get our water start to boiling. We are going to start boiling our water. Push it down, turn. There we go.
Beryl Stokes: We are going to start boiling the water. I am going to put two cups of water into a large sauce pan. One cut of butter. When that comes to a boil, we are going to put in our rice, we will cover it and cook for 20 minutes and lower the heat to number three.
Ashley: Now, we are going to put in the rice.
Beryl: And you just want to stir it up.
Ashley: And you just want to stir it up.
Beryl: And then what else?
Ashley: And then lower the heat.
Beryl: To number three, we are going to lower the heat to number three, keep it covered and you want to cook it for 20 minutes and do not take the lid off.
Ashley: We got one pound bag of broccoli.
Beryl: We are going to pour in our sauce pan here. We got boiling water. We put about a cup and a half of water. We are just going to pour the frozen broccoli in here. Then spread it out.
Beryl: Okay. We are going to cover this and cook on low for about five to eight minutes. And turn it down to number four.
Beryl: Hi everybody we are back, we are ready to grate our cheddar cheese. This is Ashley and this is one of her favorite things to do. We have our Mouli Grater. She has put one chunk of cheese in here. We are actually going to grate up about four or five cups of cheese. Now, we had better get busy.
Beryl: We have our rice cooked and our broccoli cooked so we are going to put in a big bowl, everything all together. And we got a few guests here and this is one of their favorite dish. So we are glad that you came. We have our broccoli cooked. There we go. Right now Ashley is chopping up the broccoli, a little bit. And then we are going to pour in the one cup of milk for about half of it right now. And I am going to help her spoon in the mushroom soup. Okay, stir that up.
Beryl: And look at all that cheese we grated up. Let us just put it, most of it. Sprinkle that in there. So, we are going to stir this up good and then we are going to pour it into a greased casserole dish and we will bake it on more than 350 for about 30 minutes, and we will see you in a little while.
Hi! We are back it has been about 30 minutes and we have a little extra shredded cheese we are going to toss on the top because what do we like in our casserole everybody?
Male: Lots of cheese!
Beryl: Lots of cheese! And we are going to spread this around and serve it. See you next time!
Hi and thank you for joining us on Broccoli Rice casserole, we will see you next time!