This Outrageously Cheesy Vegetable Casserole Is So Delicious You’ll Never Look At Vegetables The Same Way Again!
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Vegetables are the food I always want to see on the table. It’s not just about feeding my family, most especially my sons, nutritious food; it’s also about teaching them how to appreciate everything that’s been served to them. I don’t want to suffer like my mom who has had a hard time feeding my brother when we were kids. He’s the pickiest eater I have ever known and he did give our mother a hard time. He never ate vegetables. He never ate beef. He never even like chicken legs or chicken thighs. My brother only ever ate chicken breasts and pork and without any sauce on them. He’s not fan of the saucy variety either. Yes, I know! He missed out on all the good things.
There was only one time that I ever saw my brother enjoy a vegetable dish. And that’s when our mother baked the most delicious vegetable casserole. Mom had put all types of vegetables on it including broccoli and cauliflower and even a few eggplants and zucchinis. She then topped it with a lot of cheese, allowing it to bake in the oven until all the cheese had melted on the top. No complaints from my brother back then. The cheese was enough to keep him quiet. It always happens to my family whenever I make cheesy casseroles. Except I never had to force them to eat. They just… eat.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Too Many Chefs.
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Quick Tip: Bake this in a shallow large lasagna pan for best results.