Popular in the US and Canada are the comfort foods, tuna casserole, green bean casserole and macaroni and cheese. Casseroles are commonly brought to family gatherings and potluck dinners. The word casserole comes from the French word for casserole which is a large, normally deep dish that can be placed in the oven and used for serving. In Britain casseroles are commonly called “abake”. Here are loads of casserole or “hotdish” recipes that venture far beyond tuna or green bean casserole.
Authentic sausage casserole done right. Creamy custard-like interior with crispy edges and two cheeses interwoven. Say no-more. Make-ahead makes it painlessly delish.
Chunks of beef steak are slowly cooked in a crock pot with carrots, potatoes, onions and tomatoes. In the end, top the succulent casserole with some buttery and flakey pastry to...
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