Different Types Of Casseroles

  • Meat: One of the most common of the meat-based casseroles is likely to relate to shepherd’s pie, which is multiple layers of beef and topped with a fluffy and light mashed potato. A combination of a tomato based sauce, pasta, and ground beef is another popular choice to appear on the dining table. An enchilada casserole is a tortilla with ground beef and coated with a very hot tomato-based sauce. A topping of cheese is also likely to be included. Beside the beef casseroles, they are also likely to be made with pork and lamb. A combined sauerkraut, potatoes, and pork cubes is a casserole inspired from Germany.
  • Chicken: A wide range of chicken based casseroles are widely available, from chicken and wild rice, pot pie, and chicken and dumplings. A Creole inspired dish includes a combination of a rich tomato sauce, spicy sausages, and large chunks of chicken.
  • Fish: A cheap, easy, and quick fish casserole is seen with the tuna fish dish which has been extremely popular for a great number of years going back to the 1950’s. A tuna fish casserole is a combination of cream of mushroom soup, macaroni, and tuna fish. If that isn’t likely to interest the taste buds, you might want to look at an alternative of fresh cod or haddock which is baked with peas and rice and coated in a tomato-based sauce.
  • Vegetable: A vegetable based dish is likely to consist of a rich cream sauce, pearl onions, mushrooms, and fresh green beans. Once combined these ingredients are coated with breadcrumbs and left to bake. Alternative vegetable casseroles consist of scalloped potatoes and garbanzo beans and tomatoes, potatoes, and eggplant.
  • Cheese: A further great option is the home-made macaroni and cheese which is likely to include a combination of grated cheddar cheese, a preferred cream sauce, freshly cooked pasta, and finished with a topping of bread crumbs.