Convenient Casseroles

Whether it's prepared for family supper, formal buffets or potluck dinners casseroles are convenient because the ingredients are cooked and served in the same dish. Today's casserole can be more than just the American classic Tuna Casserole with these titles from our digital collections.

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Nothing beats spending a cozy Sunday in the kitchen, and Sunday Casseroles serves up the perfect afternoon activity. Home cooks searching for new ideas will love these 60 modern recipes using fresh, whole foods—no processed ingredients—while fans of the popular Sunday cookbook series (Sunday Roasts, Sunday Soup, and Sunday Brunch) will clamor for this latest offering featuring dishes designed to look as enticing as they taste, from the savory Sea Scallops Nestled in Piperade to the creamy "Baked" Risotto with its colorful chunks of butternut squash and prosciutto. Easy recipes, beautiful photographs, and mouthwatering results make this cookbook a staple for any kitchen.

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Tuna noodle, broccoli cheese, shepherd's pie? Sure, these potluck stalwarts have a rich history and can be fashioned with panache. But, let's admit it. They're played out, tired, and just plain BORING. To all whom adore the classic but tasteless, please kiss my . . . casserole!Why not look around the world and find inspiration? Ever try a Chinese shaguo? How about an Ethiopian wat? I'll bet you never even thought of cooking up a Icelandic Ofnsteiktur fiskur með lauk og osti! Now's your chance!Kiss My Casserole! to the rescue. This book updates, overhauls, and flies the humble casserolearound the globe with delicious, simple, and innovative results. Accessible ingredients, familiartechniques, and a touch of the exotic will make you a star at the next office luncheon. Yourcolleagues will clamor for more! You'll find easy-to-follow recipes for:• Southwest tomato tamale pie.• Berlin sausage kraut casserole.• Ghanaian yam casserole.• Tuscan barley pilaf.• Mumbai lamb biryani.• Creole Cassoulet.• Thai coconut chicken casserole.• Crab scampi bake.• Strawberry rhubarb crisp.

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Sixty years' worth of prize-winning casseroles to inspire and delight
For more than half a century, the Pillsbury Bake-Off® Contest has celebrated the creativity of America's home cooks-and showcased the country's best recipes. Pillsbury Best of the Bake-Off® Casseroles offers more than 100 of the best all-time casserole recipes for every occasion, from weeknight family dinners to holiday parties. You'll find every kind of casserole—hearty beef favorites, savory pork suppers, comforting chicken and turkey dishes, seafood and meatless mainstays and dinner pies and quiches. The book also includes a timeline covering the evolution of the casseroles category in the Bake-Off® Contest and explains casserole trends through the decades.

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You'll never run out of easy family-pleasing meal ideas with this massive collection of one-dish recipes. New in the Ultimate series, The Ultimate Casseroles Book offers hundreds of ideas that make dinner a breeze with one-dish recipes that take the hard work out of prep-time and clean-up. These recipes suit every occasion with old-fashioned comfort foods like macaroni and cheese and modern fare like Baked Risotto with Sausage and Artichokes, from a quick weeknight spaghetti bake to a fancy egg strata for brunch. Packed with more than 400 hearty one-dish meals and more than 300 beautiful full-color photos, The Ultimate Casseroles Book is a great resource at a great price. The book features more than 400 recipes, including comfort food favorites, classic casseroles, and modern dishes fit for family meals or group gatherings. 300 gorgeous photos and an inviting design make every page inspiring and easy to follow. Special features include a guide to bakeware, a Casserole Master Plan chart for planning menus, a bonus chapter on transforming yesterday's leftovers into tonight's casserole, and much more. Whether you're looking for a quick and easy way to get dinner on the table or want to enjoy home-cooked casseroles even better than what mom used to make, this is the ultimate guide to casseroles of every kind.

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