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Broccoli Casserole

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Ingredients

1 cup butter
6 tablespoons flour
2 cups (8 ounce carton) small curd cottage cheese
4 eggs, slightly beaten
2 teaspoons salt
1/2 pound Velveeta cheese
2 packages (32 ounces) frozen broccoli pieces, partially thawed

Instructions

Melt the butter and add flour to make a paste. Mix cottage cheese, eggs, salt and add to the flour. Put the partially thawed broccoli into a buttered 8x12-inch or 9x13-inch pan. Mix the cottage cheese and flour mixture into the broccoli. Cut the Velvetta cheese into 1/2-inch squares and mix with the broccoli. Bake covered at 350 degrees for one hour. Serves 8 people.

Gaycha Mayhew
Davenport



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