This unbelievably consoling broccoli dish is a snap to make! Made with the tastiest cheddar sauce, delicate broccoli, and rice. The ideal side dish to any supper!
8 Tbsp. butter divided
1 ½ cups chopped yellow onion 1 medium
3 cloves garlic finely hacked
1/3 cup all-reason flour
2 cups chicken stock
1/2 cups milk
2 Tbsp. whole grain mustard
2 1/2 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese divided
6 cups crisp-delicate broccoli see note
6 cups cooked rice
Fit salt to taste
½ tsp. pepper
1 ½ cups sourdough breadcrumbs
Preheat broiler to 350°F.
Soften 2 tablespoons margarine in a Dutch stove over medium warmth.
Include onion and garlic; cook, blending once in a while, until mollified, around 5 minutes.
Include another 4 tablespoons margarine; let met.
Mix flour into margarine and onions. Cook, blending, 2 minutes. Mix in stock and milk until consolidated.
Cook, blending broiler until blend goes to a stew and has somewhat thickened around 5 minutes.
Expel from heat. Mix in mustard and 1 ½ cups cheddar until smooth. Delicately mix in broccoli and rice.
Taste for seasonings; include salt ¼ teaspoon at once to arrive at wanted flavor. Mix in pepper.
Move to a 13×9-inch goulash dish.
In a medium bowl, mix together breadcrumbs and staying 2 tablespoons margarine.
Sprinkle breadcrumbs over goulash; top with staying 1 cup cheddar.
Prepare until brilliant and bubbly, around 30 minutes.
I utilized entire milk, yet you can utilize low-fat milk.
Make this veggie lover by subbing vegetable stock for the chicken stock.
After you include the milk and juices, you have to cook the blend just until it’s as thick as queso.
Utilize any kind of rice you like; simply know that some dark-colored and wild rice mixes contain additional flavoring and salt, so taste the dish filling before including increasingly salt. There’s not all that much, so tasting now is absolutely protected.
Cut broccoli into little, reduced down florets so they’re anything but difficult to eat.
You would prefer not to absolutely cook the broccoli since it gets prepared in the stove. I standard cook my broccoli by placing it in a microwave-safe bowl with a few tablespoons water, covering it, and microwaving it for 4 minutes.
You can substitute squashed wafers or panko breadcrumbs for the sourdough.