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    Casseroles—Meat, No Pasta

    [Cover photo by Chabear01.] I include poultry and seafood in the meat category. Why no pasta? Because pasta casseroles appear in a series of other cookbooks Pasta From the Oven and Pasta From the Oven 2—Lasagnas That Won't Last Long . Meatless casseroles appear in yet another cookbook Casseroles—Veggies, No Meat, No Pasta . My other casserole cookbook is The Whole World Eats Casseroles . Are you confused yet?
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    A different version of sweet and sour chicken which includes some fruit as a nice surprise. I was not sure of the ounces in a package of the onion soup mix, but it is one envelope of dry mix. It has always been a hit in our family. I hope yours will enjoy it too.

    Recipe #276579

    A curry-flavored dish that can be mild or hot depending on the type of curry powder you use. Ground lamb can be substituted for the cubed lamb. I think this dish is better made with white rice, but if you really prefer brown, you can use that.

    Recipe #238465

    Very cheesy. Turkey ham works fine in this.

    Recipe #238448

    Quick and easy, this one will have you coming back for more for sure! Another old time favorite from my gram's recipe collection! Simply WONDERFUL!!!

    Recipe #219742

    This is my hubby's favorite Casserole. I usually make this when we barbecue as a side dish but it can be a main course if you like. Sooo good and don't be cheap with the cheese. ENJOY!!!

    Recipe #217917

    Easy and kids love it! If u prefer Ground turkey, it can be used instead of beef.

    Recipe #42587

    Sooo easy and sooo tasty! My teenage son's favorite. There's never any left over. Don't leave out the thyme, it makes the dish.

    Recipe #137611

    I originally found this taco casserole recipe in a Taste of Home magazine. Since then, I have made this recipe at least 50 times. I love it because the ingredients list isn't complicated and, based on the layers, I can readily remember all ingredients when I am at the store without my recipe card. I have served this for myself and had wonderful leftovers or many times I have made it for company with a nice green salad to accompany it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Recipe #155186

    My parents gave a Christmas party for about 30 people with a buffet dinner (followed by charades) every year for many years. My mother often served this dish (multiplied) because it was relatively easy and people liked it so much.

    Recipe #92976

    This is a recipe that I adopted in the Recipezaar restaurant give-away of Feb 2005. I've made it myself a couple times now and think the recipe is fine. I personally like to add about 1/3 cup of chopped green pepper, but it's not necessary--I'm happy to sponsor the recipe as originally written. Cooking time shown is for the stovetop method, which is the one I've followed. I have yet to try the oven method, but according to the original cook it should take about 15-25 minutes longer.

    Recipe #8081

    This makes a pizza-like dish, only with barbecue sauce. A quick, simple, tasty dish for a family supper--a definite kid-pleaser. A 9 1/2-oz package of biscuits gives a relatively thin crust. Use a 16 oz package of biscuits if you want a thicker crust. Update: It may be tempting to substitute ground turkey for ground beef in this recipe to make it more "heart-healthy," but because the beef flavor is an important part of this dish's appeal, I recommend against it. Of course, it's only as good as the barbecue sauce you use, so make sure you use a barbecue sauce--and a hot pepper sauce--you know you like.

    Recipe #91866

    An easy-to-make supper--the thyme and garlic make it quite flavorful. For crust you just spread corn bread mix over the top. UPDATE: When I first posted this recipe, I listed the amount of flour as 1/4 cup. However, that is only necessary if the hamburger you're using has a very fatty content. Nowadays, I use fairly lean hamburger (90%), which doesn't yield as much juice, so I've cut the amount of flour in half to just 2 Tbsp. I think the 4 Tbsp (1/4 cup) works best with 75% or less lean ground beef. So adjust the amount of flour you use to reflect the fattiness of the beef.

    Recipe #96619

    My (obnoxiously thin) sister made either this or Barbecue-Flavored Beef Squares (Recipe #91866) constantly while in college. It's not for weight-watchers but it's mud easy and a huge man-pleaser and kid-pleaser. You can add in a vegetable or two if you want to make it a more rounded one-dish meal.

    Recipe #105233

    A quick one-dish hot lunch.

    Recipe #92340

    I have adapted from another recipe I had for Shepherds's Pie. My husband's Scottish roots led me to this recipe. I have substituted ketsup for the tomato paste with good results.

    Recipe #160545

    Healthy Shepherd's Pie made with Chicken or Turkey. I received an email this morning on our food service professionals board ( ) requesting a recipe for something on the healthier side for St. Patrick's Day and thought I'd share here. Ground turkey and ground chicken actually make a GREAT Healthy Shepherd's Pie.

    Recipe #22925

    These enchiladas live up to their name, add in some crushed chili flakes for some heat if desired

    Recipe #95120

    109 Reviews |  By Manda

    Enchiladas with a unique garlic flair, unlike any other enchilada I have ever tasted. The house smells WONDERFUL when these are baking. Although they do take some time to prepare, the work is definitely worth the reward! The ingredients are mostly things that you probably already have stocked in the cupboard. (Cook time includes stovetop and baking times)

    Recipe #18387

    This is great for a light dinner or a weekend brunch! You can use the small breakfast pork sausages in place of the Italian sausages if you are making this for brunch, also a 10-ounce package frozen broccoli cuts, thawed may be subbed for the fresh broccoli.

    Recipe #173044

    This is a Mother/Daughter "creation" for using the leftover spiral ham from Christmas day - just add a green veg or salad to complete the meal. Quick, easy & very good - I'll buy another ham just so I can make it again!!

    Recipe #80724

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