Casseroles recipes (sometimes called "hot dish" in the Midwest) are genius, since they allow you to pile delicious things together into one pan, throw it in the oven and call it dinner. There's endless variety to be had here, since you can get inspiration from just about any type of cuisine. Feeling like Mexican? Layer together flour tortillas, chicken, and cheese, then top it all with salsa. Italian casserole? That's easy - penne, mozzarella, Italian sausage, and tomato sauce give you lasagna without the hassle. Hungarian? Some ground beef, sweet paprika and diced tomatoes and you're set. Even Thanksgiving has its signature, easy-to-make green bean casserole. Because that's the best part of casseroles - all flavor, no fuss.
Light, airy, and beautifully golden, this souffle main dish tastes even better when made with a combination of cheeses.
Looking for a yummy casserole recipe? This old-fashioned chicken and rice main dish is truly comfort food at its best.
Serve this thyme-flavored, ham, potato, and egg breakfast casserole for brunch or dinner with fresh fruit and juice.
Shellfish lovers will enjoy this creamy casserole recipe that starts with a layer of brown rice cooked ahead to reduce preparation time.
Beef, green beans, and potatoes come together in a savory pie that is sure to satisfy the whole family.
This vegetable side-dish casserole recipe goes well with chicken and fish. The original recipe, from the 1950s, called for eggplant when likely only one type was available. Today's cooks have more choices. Whichever variety is used, purchase slightly more than a pound to equal the 5 to 5-1/2 cups of cubes needed for this recipe.
A bubbly concoction of cheese, beef, and tomatoes is tucked beneath a golden brown biscuit topping for a family-friendly meal.