Our Favorite Casserole Recipes and Tips

Our Favorite Casserole Recipes and Tips

We scoured through the hundreds of casserole recipes on Recipe4Living and to compile this collection of our favorite classic and unique casserole recipes! From lemon shrimp casserole to ratatouille, you're sure to find a new 9x13-inch dish you'll love!

Our Favorite Casserole Recipes

Pizza Casserole - This pizza casserole recipe is quick, easy and simple. A mixture of ground beef and pork is baked with noodles, pizza sauce and cheese.

Casserole Chop Suey - This surprising casserole with pork and chow mein noodles is sure to delight.

Tuna Noodle Casserole - A hearty, yummy use for that canned tuna!

Mexican Casserole -This is a hearty Mexican casserole that is cheesy and has just the right amount of kick. Everyone enjoys it!

Easy Baked Spaghetti -This is always a hit at potluck! Quick, easy and very tasty! Different than the same old spaghetti!

Chicken and Cornbread Stuffing Casserole - This is a slow cooked meal but so worth the wait because you get the extra bonus of corn bread stuffing.

French Toast Casserole - This French toast casserole is easy to make. Whatever you do, make plenty as this will be the first dish to go, it's absolutely fabulous.

Four Layer Hamburger and Macaroni Casserole - This is my favorite casserole dish to make my family. Not only is it cheap but it is so easy and it is pretty much a given that this casserole will be all eaten up.

Roasted Provencal Ratatouille - A classic French dish made from eggplants, zucchini, peppers and tomatoes, the secret to this delicious French stew is in the herbs! Serve as a main course, side dish or even a cold appetizer the next day!

Lemon Shrimp Casserole - This zesty rice and shrimp dish features peppers, onions, and a creamy sauce.

Some General Casserole  Tips:

  • You can cook and eat thawed casserole  if you are certain they have not reached a temperature above 40 F for more than one to two days. Do not refreeze.
  • A meat thermometer can be used for casseroles. It measures the internal temperature of the casserole to assure that a safe temperature has been reached and that harmful bacteria like certain strains of Salmonella and E. Coli O157:H7 have been destroyed.
  • Don't throw out leftover wine. Freeze into ice cubes for future use in casseroles.

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