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Sausage and salsa add instant spice and flavor to this simple layered casserole.
This traditional chicken and rice casserole is quick and easy. Refrigerated pasta sauce trades place with soup as a rich, no-fuss base, while leftover cubed chicken -- roasted or fried -- keeps the whole dish simple.
Prosciutto -- a salt-cured and air-dried ham -- adds flavor and dimension to this hearty Italian-inspired casserole recipe. Prosciutto is available in most supermarkets, but if you can't find it, try thinly sliced cooked ham instead.
For a flavorful fiesta, try this effortless, Tex-Mex-inspired dish. Simply combine pork, green chiles, rice, and beans with a creamy sauce and lots of gooey cheese.
Leftover broccoli and roast chicken combine to create this delicious main-dish casserole. Pantry-ready ingredients such as cream of mushroom soup and dry noodles make it a convenient, last-minute supper.
Pre-cooked chicken paired with rice and vermicelli mix cuts the prep time down to 20 minutes for this chili-spiced casserole.
A delicate cream-and-wine sauce makes this delightful dish sing. Make it ahead for a dinner party-worth dish that's quick and easy.
This fresh spin on the classic chicken and rice casserole takes just 30 minutes to put together, thanks to purchased rotisserie chicken. A creamy sauce made from soft herb cheese with garlic and herbs makes it irresistible.
A mild poblano chili pepper adds a hint of heat to this modernized tamale pie, popularized in the 1930s and '40s. For best results, make this dish with peppers that are firm and dark green.
Filled with chicken, corn, Mexican cheese, and salsa verde, these individual casseroles are nice and hearty. Make them ahead for a microwaveable meal that's just right for hectic nights.
Tuna and noodles launched the casserole craze in the 1930s. This classic recipe features a crunchy potato chip topper, herb-flecked noodles, white albacore tuna, roasted red peppers, and Dijon mustard.
For enchilada flavor -- without all the frying, filling, and rolling -- try this mouthwatering dish. Cut fat by making it with ground turkey, reduced fat cheese, and fat-free sour cream.