This smothered potatoes and sausage recipe is easy to make, delicious, and budget-friendly. Make enough to have seconds and leftovers.
Casseroles are typically either one-pan meals or side dishes with a combination of ingredients that come together with a lot of flavor. You’ll discover quite a variety of casseroles, both with and without meat. I always recommend tweaking recipes to make them suit your personal taste. For example, if you like spicy or hot flavors, add more pepper. Or if you want something a little less acidic, add sugar. Once you cook a recipe, it becomes yours. So make it the way you like it.
This flavor-packed pork chop casserole with tomato gravy satisfies on so many levels. It’s delicious, filling, nutritious, and looks amazing on a plate.
This beef shop-the-pantry casserole is a delicious way to feed the family a budget-friendly dinner. It’s easy, and you use whatever you have in your pantry and refrigerator.
This ham and potato casserole is delicious and filling. Serve it to your family and watch them devour it. Just make sure there’s enough for seconds.
This baked French toast casserole is a delicious and filling way to start the day. Serve it with bacon or sausage and a side of fruit.
Italian chicken zucchini penne casserole is a super easy one dish meal the family will love. The delicious blend of flavors will have everyone going back for seconds, so make sure you have enough.