Instant Expert!: The New Casseroles
Forget retro tuna noodle: These seven one-dish wonders (green chile chilaquiles! mu shu pork!) make casseroles cool again.
Baked Green Chile Chilaquiles
This hearty, cheesy Mexican dish is a great way to use up stale chips and extra salsa. For a protein punch, add ground beef or chorizo.
Hash Brown Bake with Eggs & Smoked Salmon
Bake this the night before and pop it in the fridge. Reheat at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, add the eggs and finish under the broiler.
Chicken & Green Bean Casserole
The old-school side dish gets an upgrade by adding fresh green beans, a Parm-panko topping and juicy chicken.
It sounds fancy, but cassoulet just means casserole in French. The dish is typically made with duck, but this lighter version uses chicken.
How to Cut an Onion
Our cassoulet calls for a finely chopped onion. Don't cry out in fear! Just follow our easy step-by-step how-to and you'll be a pro in no time!
Croque Monsieur Casserole
Sub in your favorite cold cuts and cheeses -- turkey and Swiss, roast beef and American -- for a twist on this sandwich-inspired casserole.
Shrimp & Pasta Mini-Bakes
Casseroles don't have to be giant. These shrimp and rotini bakes are dressed up by being served in individual portions.
How to De-Vein Shrimp
Make sure you know how to properly de-vein shrimp before adding 'em to your delicious casserole.
Hoisin-Glazed Pork Mu Shu Casserole
The flavors of Chinese takeout infuse this dish, but don't be afraid to mix your cuisines. Fold leftovers into a flour tortilla for a mu shu burrito!
Jazz up your table with cute casserole dishes.