A large covered dish, typically of earthenware or glass, used for cooking such stews
food cooked and served in a casserole
large deep dish in which food can be cooked and served
A dish of glass or earthenware, with a lid, in which food is baked and sometimes served; Food, such as a stew, cooked in such a dish
This is actually the name of the baking dish. Casserole recipes may include vegetables, meats, grains, or other combination of ingredients, usually bound by a thick sauce or cream soup.
Combination of favorite foods that go uneaten because they are mixed together.
Refers to both a baking dish and the ingredients it contains. A "casserole dish" usually is a deep, round, ovenproof container with handles and a tight-fitting lid. It can be made of glass, metal, ceramic or any other heatproof material. ...
A lidded cooking vessel that can be placed in the oven
Baked main dish with a combination of ingredients, often starch (pasta or potato), vegetable, meat and sometimes egg. There are many opportunities for using your creativity here to substitue ingredients in recipes.
An oven-proof dish with a lid, used for stewing/baking neat, vegetables, rice dishes, etc. The preparation is also known as a Rice Casserole or Cheese Tomato Casserole, etc, and is served straight from the dish.
This is usually a copper stewing pan it can also be a fireproof earthenware or glass pan.
Concoctions of food that are baked in various-sized deep dishes. Usually all the ingredients are mixed together or layered before cooking and topped with cheese.
An ovenproof baking dish, usually with a cover; also the food cooked inside it.
A heatproof, deep baking dish with a tightly fitted lid used for cooking meat, poultry or vegetables.
A one-pot meal baked and served in an earthenware or glass dish
Heat proof ceramic dish that is used both for cooking and serving food, or the food that is cooked in such a dish
the dish used to cook stew in, and the stew itself by another name. See stew.