Call it a one-pot, a casserole, or a hot dish, no one can deny the convenience and satisfaction these traditional meals provide! Whether you've had a late night at work, or have limited ingredients and finicky kids, the mighty casserole is the answer to the grumbling in everyone's tummy. From the authors of the best-selling 101 Things to Do with a Slow Cooker and 101 MoreCall it a one-pot, a casserole, or a hot dish, no one can deny the convenience and satisfaction these traditional meals provide! Whether you've had a late night at work, or have limited ingredients and finicky kids, the mighty casserole is the answer to the grumbling in everyone's tummy. From the authors of the best-selling 101 Things to Do with a Slow Cooker and 101 More Things to do with a Slow Cooker comes the sixth book in this million-copy-selling series: 101 Things to Do with a Casserole.This book is the affordable, easy, and simple guide to creating home-cooked, fill-you-up, warm-your-heart masterpieces using your favorite Pyrex dish. It includes recipes for breakfast (Blueberry French Toast Casserole), as well as main meals with chicken (Grandma's Chicken Pot Pie), turkey (Turkey Divan), pork (Orange Rice and Pork Chops), beef (Sloppy Joe Pie), and a host of family favorites (Deep Dish Sausage Pizza). There are even vegetarian options like Veggie Shepherd's Pie....
|Title||:||101 Things to Do with a Casserole|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
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101 Things to Do with a Casserole Reviews
InterestingNever knew there was so much to do with a casserole. I’ll be trying a few of these recipes soon.
If you've never heard of combining cream of chicken soup and, well, anything else, this is the cookbook for you.My family are picky eaters. My son hates meat, one daughter hates most vegetables and lots of other things, and the other one hates macaroni and cheese. None of them much like casseroles. So why on earth did I bother with this cookbook? Because I like them. And frankly, I keep hoping that somewhere, there is a recipe out there that will make everyone happy. Besides pizza.I didn't find it. But I did find a few more things that I would like to try, like mango chicken and southwest chicken rollups. And I found a few recipes that every one of my kids would hate, like tuna tater-tot casserole and even worse, fish and cheesy pasta casserole. It's like macaroni and cheese - plus fish sticks. Yeah, not going to happen.I think I was expecting too much, but even so, too many of the recipes were too similar. We'll see how the ones I found go over. Until then, I'm not really recommending this one.
101 Things To Do With a Casserole contains hearty down home cooking for breakfast and supper meals. Though the majority of the one pan meals are meat-based, there is a whole section devoted to vegetarian cooking. Most of the dishes take about half and hour to cook but many can be prepared beforehand and then slipped into the preheated oven. Preparation is kept very simple with many of the recipes asking for commercially prepared soups, spaghetti sauce, pasta, crescent roll dough, etc. Though definitely not the fanciest cookbook I have on my cookbook shelf, I think that a few of the recipes in this book are destined to become family favourites. The recipes in this collection are easy to make without a great deal of forethought and the results fill my family's stomach with good tasting food. Really what more could you ask for in a cookbook.
The 101 Things to Do Cookbook Series makes a great gift for the beginning cook. Each one contains quick, easy and impressive dishes to make. Great step by step instructions, which is very helpful because there are no pictures. At the beginning are helpful hints, which is almost the best part of the cookbook.
Easy and useful cookbooks.