The word “casserole” comes from the French and means saucepan. A casserole dish is usually a large deep pan or dish that can be used in the oven, and also can be used as the serving dish. Casseroles usually are made from several kinds of foods. They can have meat or chicken, vegetables, and/or pasta. They require a sauce to make them creamy, or a broth can be added.
There are many different kinds of tasty casseroles. Casseroles are good for dinner, and are ideal to take to a potluck supper or family gathering. They are also a nice choice to take to someone needing a helpful meal, such as an elderly person, a new mother, or a sick person.
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