The great thing about stuffing is that it's almost impossible to mess up: A little more of this or less of that won't affect your results too much. The one
thing you want to have just the right amount of is liquid, to keep the stuffing moist but not soggy.
A colorful mix of vegetables takes center stage in this collection of meat-free dishes. From main courses to sides, with nods to both the decadent and virtuous, there's a vegetable casserole in here to suit any need.
The casserole is an underappreciated dish. It's the kind of simple, honest cooking that draws compliments not because it looks amazing, but because it’s delicious. Squash is a vegetable equivalent, simple, unassuming, and readily available. When you pair the two, the result is dinnertime dynamite. Try our summer and winter squash casserole recipes and see.
Zucchini is full of surprises. It's a fruit, though it's most often treated like a vegetable. It can grow to great sizes, is low in calories, and has more potassium than a banana! And here’s one more reason: It makes a superb casserole.
Potatoes, the enduring starchy chameleons, are reliably delicious. Whether slathered with sour cream or chopped and thrown into a hash (or both!), they're always excellent. And when it comes to casseroles, the tuber reigns supreme. Any way we want them -- baked, browned, mashed, shredded, or sliced into translucent circles -- the potato casserole can deliver.