Beef and Noodle Casserole
The family will love beef-noodle casserole. From Italian to Greek to classic versions, these easy recipes for beef-noodle casserole are easy prep and cleanup. If they last beyond one meal, beef-noodle casseroles also make delicious leftovers.See Popular Beef and Noodle Casserole Recipes
This beef recipe proves that with just four ingredients you can have a fast, complete meal.
Follow the make ahead directions to get a head start on dinner with this great beef and cheese noodle casserole recipe.
For a family-friendly weeknight dinner, serve carrots and onions simmered with beef tips over cooked noodles.
Plan ahead by browning the meat and layering this enchilada casserole a day before for a jump on entertaining or an easy weeknight meal. Simply take it out of the fridge and bake!
Spice up your beef and noodles with this delicious twist. Beef strips flavored with peanut sauce is added to noodles and broccoli.
Tired of cooking so much? Tired of turkey? Really, isn't it time for a change of pace?
Oh goodness, where to begin with this Beef-and-Bean Enchilada Casserole? Some recipes require a hard sell ("Yes, you really can have salad for dinner ..."), but really, this one sells itself.
We'd like to offer our sincerest thanks to whoever invented casseroles. Whether inspired by creativity or necessity (or the desire to do as few dishes as possible), this enterprising cook's willingness to combine ingredients into an one-pot meal has truly been a gift to us all. We're not saying there should be a national casserole day (hey, come to think of it ...)
At the end of a long day, nothing can seem more overwhelming than figuring out a healthy meal for you and your family. Portions, calories, sodium, fat, food groups: with all of these factors to consider, it sometimes seems like dinnertime requires a PhD in nutrition. Luckily, we've got a much more realistic solution.
We'll admit it: we're suckers for a good tuna noodle casserole. Or, really, any good casserole for that matter -- especially on dark winter evenings. There's just something deliciously cozy about a warm kitchen filled with the savory aromas of all those good ingredients melding together into a bubbly hot one-dish dinner.
When my husband occasionally has to travel for work, I miss him, of course. But I have to admit that sometimes it's nice being able to cook a dinner built to please me and only me. It might sound crazy, but one of the dishes I get excited to whip up when I'm solo is Skillet Tuna Noodle Casserole. Dream big, right?!
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Lots of people love to cook -- however, very few of us love to clean up after cooking. (Quick confession: I've been known to order takeout simply because I can't bear the thought of scrubbing pots when we're done eating.) While the takeout option is nice when you really need it, it's not realistic (i.e., affordable) to plan on ordering in all the time.
Learn how to make this eight layer casserole and you will be able to feed your entire family.
We all remember tuna noodle casserole from the dorm. Yikes! It wasn't so good.