If you want a change of pace from chicken every night, try a turkey casserole. Combined with wild rice, egg noodles, and stuffing, these quick recipes for turkey casserole adapt to whatever moves you.See Popular Turkey Casseroles Recipes
Give new life to leftover turkey in a pleasing casserole featuring pasta, zucchini and olives in tasty tomato sauce.
Stock-up your pantry with cream of celery soup, soy sauce and French fried onions, because this delicious baked chicken dish is one you'll want to make again and again!
These mini turkey and bean casseroles are topped with homemade corn bread, making each serving a complete meal.
There's nothing worse than running out of turkey at the big Thanksgiving meal, which is why most of us are left with a few pounds of roasted bird come Black Friday. This year, instead of defaulting to sandwiches or soup, get creative with your stash. Turkey leftovers are a perfect addition to pot pie and casseroles, and you've already got a leg up on the recipes, since your turkey is roasted and ready to go.
No stirring required! Buttery garlic polenta simmers in your slow cooker while you whip up the quick turkey and vegetable topping.
Tamale casserole is comfort food with a Tex-Mex twist. This all-time favorite typically features layers of ground meat, cheese, seasonings, and a cornmeal batter. In this simplified version, torn corn tortillas stand in for the batter.
Mix leftover turkey with peas, mushrooms, and a creamy cheese sauce to make this main-dish casserole.
Our quick and easy recipe, featuring turkey, broccoli and just the right amount of Cheddar cheese makes for a divine Turkey Divan.
Here's a lower calorie version of a taco casserole.
For this home-style pizza recipe, saucy turkey and pepperoni are topped with a popover batter that puffs while it bakes.
This turkey casserole recipe is a fun take on lasagna. Layers of Alfredo sauce, potatoes, and a mixture of broccoli, smoked turkey, and Swiss cheese are baked until hot and bubbly.
This casserole gets its wow factor from carrot and parsnips cut into matchstick fries, tossed with canola oil and baked until crispy and golden. The light texture and neutral taste of canola oil allows for the carrots and parsnips to get crispy while the flavors shine through. The frites are also good alone as a side dish or appetizer.
Like nachos with all the fixings? Make this quick casserole recipe of the best Southwestern flavors.