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Chicken, broccoli & cheese casseroles (including Julia Helen’s and Janet’s)

In 4-Julia Helen Garris 1937-2011, FAMILY: BROTHER & SISTERS (BEE) on July 18, 2009 at 7:09 am

Chicken supreme

2 10 oz pkg frozen broccolli cooked by directions on package.
6 chicken breast.
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 cup mayonnaise
1 tsp lemon juice
1/2 cup sharp cheese grated
1/2 cup soft bread crumbs
1 Tablespoon butter melted
silvered almonds (optional)

Place broc in greased casserole. Place chicken on top. Combine soup, mayonnaise & lemon juice
Pour over chicken
Sprinkle cheese on top. Mix butter & bread crumbs & sprinkle over cheese
Bake 350 degrees — 30 mi

Broccoli & Chricken

8 chicken breast
2 pkg frozen broccoli spears cooked

Mix
1 can cream of celery soup
1 ” ” ” mushroom.
1 cup mayonaise
1 tea lemon juice
1/2 ” curry powder
1/2 cup grated cheese
1/2 pepperidge farm crumbs
1 teaspoon melted butter.

Layer broccoli & then chicken. Pour soup mayo, lemon & curry powder. Sprinkle cheese on top. Mix butter with crumbs & put on top of cheese. Bake at 325 degrees until bubbly.

Chicken, (Janet).

sliced cooked chicken.
2 pk frozen cooked brocolli
1 cup grated Parmesion cheese
4 oz button mushrooms

Sauce
3 T butter
3 T flour
1/8 pepper
1 1/2 ????

1/3 cup whipped cream.
1/3 worshire sauce

1/4 nutmeg
1/3 mayonaise

remained cheese on top.

(Editor’s note: If y’all can help me figure out the sauce for Chicken Janet, I’d be much obliged! You will notice right now I have bolded question marks in the typed space where an ingredient should be. There is also some sort of direction written about what to do with that ingredient, right next to the squiggly line. Can anybody figure that out?)

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  1. I’m thinking the missing ingredient is milk – probably 1 1/2 cup of milk. At a quick glance it looks like ilk at the end and it would work for the sauce. 🙂

  2. It is funny that there are missing measure sizes. So I am wondering if these are fractions of a Tablespoon or a teaspoon? It would not be natural for Grandma to know how much of each of these things she actually used! I am guessing the pepper and nutmeg were teaspoon measures – but the Worchestershire sause was a Tablespoon measure.

    Surely the 1/3 of mayonaise is 1/3 cup.

  3. Good work as usual, sleuth! And for a bonus point, do you have any guesses as to who “Janet” is? You think it could be Janet Heiman at First Baptist?

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