I don’t understand why some people don’t like the taste of Broccoli.
My brother never touches them. One of my cousins only eat the stem, saying eating leaves are “yucky”—God, what are you, 8-years-old? One of my nephews cannot even take the sight of it. He will whine and pout and cause a scene if he sees a broccoli dish on the table—at least this one is an 8-year-old boy. I love it steamed. Steamed broccoli eaten with Chinese rice tastes really good. I also love it with beef. Beef stir fry is always a temptation.
This broccoli casserole was suggested by a colleague who has health problems. She hates broccoli, but it’s strictly recommended in her diet so she has to eat it for a number of times per week. She told me that the only way she could tolerate its taste is by adding it to the food she loves or mixing it with the ingredients she preferred. She found this gem when she was scouting for such a recipe. And she says it’s been her favorite ever since. Surprisingly, it tasted really good and she could even barely taste the broccoli!
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Quick Tip: It tastes best if it’s made a day before serving.