Casseroles are a great one-pot solution to dinner. You can use cheaper cuts of meat, mix it up with the veggies and be as classic or as inventive as you want.
Red wine and beef are an eternal combination that always has great success and this casserole recipe is no exception.
This lovely spicy lamb tagine is super satisfying and best served with cous cous and cucumber raita. What a meal!
A family favourite. I don't even like chops and I like this recipe! I ran out of plum jam for this recipe once and used apricot instead. It still tasted good. I normally leave out the celery.
Its cold outside. Warm yourself up with this rich hearty casserole. The red wine is optional, but you'd be daft to take it out!
A great Moroccan style dish with chicken, chickpeas, vegetables and spices. Serve with flat bread for sopping up the juices.
This is a great dish with a Weetbix and cheese topping gives the dish a crunchy /nutty taste. My whole family loves it.
This is a basic, easy stew made with chicken legs or chicken breasts. I like to use a base of onions, celery and carrots but you could really use any vegetables.
I've been making this casserole for almost 20 years and it's always a hit. Even my meat-eater husband likes it. Serve with a crusty French bread. Leftovers are great for breakfast the next day.
This is a quick and easy casserole, with ingredients you have laying around the house, it's inexpensive and delicious!!
This is a very mild beef and vegetable curry that uses lots of spices, vegetables, fruit and beef; started on the stove it is finished in the oven. Serve with rice or bread.