Create a vegetarian casserole masterpiece from ingredients like pasta, rice, and vegetables combined with a variety of cheeses. You can easily find new favorites from these warm and satisfying vegetarian casserole recipes.See Popular Vegetarian Casseroles Recipes
Perk up dinnertime at your house with these easy-to-prepare Napoleons layered with refried beans, shredded Cheddar, green chiles, sour cream, tomatoes and green onions.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Golden corn muffin mix tops a Southern greens-and-corn egg bake.
Try this vegetable recipe from Betty Crocker.
This easy casserole is hiding three kinds of cheese under the vegetables! Eat as a light meal on its own or pair with a piece of grilled chicken, salmon or steak.
Straying from meat replacements, Janet DeGras, second-place winner in VT's 2008 Reader Recipe Contest, re-created this typically lamb-filled classic with eggplant as the featured ingredient. "The density of eggplant makes it a good substitute for meat, and its creaminess goes really well with mashed potatoes," DeGras notes. The inside-out technique of putting the green vegetables on top of the casserole instead of inside adds color to the dish and pick up crunchiness as they bake.
For a light entree on a summer night, this dish is just the ticket. Salting and draining the zucchini and tomatoes before baking prevents them from releasing excess moisture as they bake, so the gratin stays firm, not soggy.
Lentils star in this protein-rich vegetarian casserole that contains all of your Mediterranean flavors, including oregano, feta, olives and tomatoes.
Madras curry powder is a blend of many spices, including cardamom, chiles, coriander, and cumin. Since it is hotter than regular curry powder, it adds a delicious kick to this Indian-style, late-summer vegetable stew of eggplant, tomatoes, and chickpeas in a sublime coconut-ginger broth. Prepare the recipe with vegetable stock for an excellent vegetarian main course.
This low-fat Tex-Mex favorite can also be served as a side dish for up to 12 people.
Topped with cornmeal dumplings, this zesty meatless recipe is sure to become a family favorite.