Russ's 17 Best Casseroles

Russ's 17 Best Casseroles

Russ is one of Recipe4Living's most active users, and he has lots of tried and true casserole recipes. Keep reading for some unique, homemade casseroles, and learn all the tips and tricks to cooking like Russ!

Russ's Pork Sausage Casserole: This tasty casserole is quick and easy to make and is sure to please everyone.

Russ's Bacon and Liver Casserole: This old world recipe is sure to please all the liver lovers in the family.

Russ's Egg Strata: Leftover bread mixes with cheese and eggs to make this strata that's perfect for breakfast or brunch.

Russ's Scalloped Corn: This recipe is a family favorite. Holiday dinners are not complete without this casserole.

Russ's Baked Mushrooms: Show off your culinary skills with this delightful casserole.

Russ's Sicilian Supper: Your friends will think they're actually dining in Sicily while enjoying this meal.

Dried Beef Casserole: A quick and easy casserole that is sure to please.

Russ's Baked Doves with Wild Rice: The love goddess Aphrodite considered this bird sacred, but wait until you taste this delicacy.

Cheeseburger Bake: This breakfast treat will soon be a family favorite.

Russ's Barbecued Beans: This casserole improves on standing, so bake the day before and refrigerate until needed. About 1/2 hour before serving, pop covered into a 350-degree oven.

Baked Corn and Tomatoes: This is a satisfactory way to utilize leftover corn or tomatoes.

Big Country Breakfast Bake: This delicious breakfast treat is a favorite in our household.

Turkey Delight: Delicious, quick and easy recipe for using all that leftover turkey!

Deluxe Mac and Cheese: A delicious version of this old favorite.

Chili Crockpot Mix: These chili mixes make the best bowl of chili you have ever sunk a spoon in. One bowl of this savory potion grabs all the flavor and richness of the Old West.

Hearty Hamburger Pie: This home favorite is a layered dinner pie made with good ground beef, sliced potatoes, sliced onions, chicken broth, seasonings and a flaky top crust. The recipe was modified from one given to my mother in the early 50's from a lovely Scandinavian woman. It's great for leftovers if there are any!

Beef Hash: This is an easy way to use up some leftovers and provide a tasty treat. Makes an excellent addition to any breakfast menu.

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