Senior food editor, Chris Morocco upgrading casseroles become a favorite dish for dinner with the family. Innovation of this new recipe not forget the classic touches such as pot pie and shepherd’s pie but also introduce new competitors such as chilaquiles casserole and baked rice with short ribs.
1. Chilaquiles Casserole
The classic Mexican brunch dish is typically made with fried corn tortillas. But if you can not get it, you can replace it with your favorite tortilla chips. With the layers of crunchy bits, chorizo, smoky sauce, and melted cheese makes this dish very suitable presented to the beloved family.
2. Baked Rice with Gingery Short Ribs
To make this dish choose basmati rice to provide sweet characteristic with the scent of nuts and golden hue. Then boiled Short ribs in a gingery for an hour and a half. Add raisins when making baked rice. And lastly give a touch of pomegranate to get the sweet and tart flavor.
3. Chicken Curry Pot Pie
This is what happens when your chicken pot pie goes on vacation and brings back lots of curry powder, ginger, and soy sauce. Chicken thighs keep juicy after being simmered and baked, and the basic onion, potato, and carrot pot-pie vegetable mix gets an upgrade from delicata squash, green apple, and daikon radish.
4. Cornmeal Jalapeño Biscuits with Mushroom Gravy
This casserole is suitable for vegetarians. Very delicious served for breakfast and lunch. Delicacy cream sauce blends well with collard greens, kale, and mushrooms. The kick from jalapeño corn biscuits and cheddar cheese complement this dish enjoyment.
5. Shepherd’s Pie
You can enjoy this dish straight from the pot. Mixed with pasta and mashed potatoes on top to get a little bronzed and crunchy from a blast in the oven.
6. Curried Potato Tart with Cilantro Yogurt
Three of the ingredients in this hearty casserole are actually frozen, spinach, peas, and phyllo dough. There’s no elaborate pastry folding here.