When you volunteer to bring a side dish, opt for a vegetable casserole. Potluck guests will be eager to try these simple recipes for vegetable casseroles, including bacon and green bean, roasted vegetable, and creamed asparagus.See Popular Vegetable Casseroles Recipes
Is it a comforting casserole side dish or a meatless main course? You decide!
Everyone will eat and enjoy their vegetables when this casserole is served. You can use your favorite frozen vegetable mixture to suit your family's tastes. And it's ready in under 45 minutes.
Reminiscent of cornbread, this enticing casserole adds the favorite flavor upgrade of corn in another form to any daily dinner.
You think they won't eat vegetables...think again. This hearty and satisfying dish features a colorful vegetable combination stirred into a savory cream sauce, topped with Swiss cheese and fried onion rings. It's delicious!
A colorful vegetable combination is mixed with Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup, Swiss cheese and sour cream, then topped with French fried onions and more Swiss cheese, and baked until golden and bubbly.
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This savory side-dish casserole is made with challah bread. When filled with vegetables, cheese, and eggs, it's hearty enough to be served as a meatless meal.
Tangy feta cheese, a bright herbal pesto, and a crisp bread crumb topping all elevate this tomato-bean stew. It's sensational made with meaty Rancho Gordo giant limas from Peru, silky gigantes, or large limas from the grocery store.
A BBQ twist punches up this version of a time-honored family favorite, all ready for the oven in only 15 minutes.
This easy, hearty side dish recipe goes well with beef or chicken.
Here's a refreshing, easy-to-make side dish that's great for the holidays but easy enough for everyday. You'll love the crunch of the French fried onion topping.
It's the dish everyone's expecting on the holidays, but it's so easy to make, you can serve it any day. What makes our green bean casserole so good? A secret ingredient - cream of mushroom soup.
The goat cheese and pasta water create a creamy sauce for the mushrooms in this vegetarian casserole.
F&W's Melissa Rubel Jacobson created this recipe to use up extra dried mushrooms and odds and ends of pasta. While the different pasta shapes cook at different rates in the water, they all become tender once baked.