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
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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 larger appetites, spoon this homey beef and vegetable stew over egg noodles or mashed potatoes.
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!
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.
Of all our favorite quick and easy recipes, one stands out as something special. Maybe it's because No Bake Tuna-Noodle Casserole is ready in only 20 minutes -- total. Or maybe it's those magic words: "no bake."
For busy weekday dinners that satisfy with little fuss or mess, you'll want to learn how to make beef casserole. Since you can do most of the work ahead and time, casseroles are a perfect go-do dish for nights when you want to sit back and unwind while dinner heats up seemingly effortlessly in the oven. And since casseroles cook up on one dish, clean-up is easy too.
So we're always looking for a new twist on everyone's favorite weeknight dinner: the casserole! Sure, we love lasagna; we're mad for mac-and-cheese; and ham-and-noodle -- yum! But if you're hankering for a one-dish dinner that's a little bit different, then you've come to the right place.
Sure, your friend's Italian-American grandmother knows how to make baked ziti, but why not gather a few tricks yourself? Ziti, a dish that's as beloved as spaghetti with meatballs, is poised to be your next Sunday supper.
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?!
So we were in the grocery store the other day, wearing a sweater for the first time in months (a light sweater, because it was one of those perfect, just-before-fall days), and maybe it's the first blush of color on the leaves when our thoughts turn to comfort food, but we spied egg noodles on sale and ... it was like a revelation. Suddenly we were kids again, eagerly anticipating our mom's ham-and-noodle casserole.
Beginning a meal with a steaming bowl of soup is an important part of many Asian cuisines. And then there are soups that are meals in themselves, from Vietnamese pho to Japanese udon. This Teriyaki Beef-Noodle Soup is definitely in the latter category, combining the best of Japanese and Chinese flavors (as well as hearty meat, vegetables and a delicate Chinese noodles), while giving you shortcuts to make prep simple.
Just about every Italian joint in the U.S. knows how to make ziti, but why not put it together at home next time you're craving a hearty, red-sauce meal? Ziti--also referred to as baked ziti, depending on the preparation--is as honored among Italian-Americans as spaghetti with meatballs.
Every home cook knows it's wise to have a pound of ground beef at the ready. As a dinner ingredient, it's endlessly versatile--great for quick burgers, as the base for chili, or (drum roll, please) in a casserole. Yes, we love our ground-beef casseroles, and for good reason.