9 Flavorful Pork Casseroles
Pretty much anything goes in this catch-all cobbler. We made ours with ham, sweet peas, mushrooms, carrots, and a flaky piecrust. Feel free to add other veggies, or try turkey instead.
- Recipe: Ham-and-Vegetable Cobbler
Serve this one-dish meal with your favorite salsa. You can bake them in individual ramekins, or follow our directions for a 13- x 9-inch baking dish.
Thick garlic bread crust makes this pot pie a hearty and flavorful supper.
This pot pie is a favorite dish for casual suppers with friends.
This pie combines a winning trio of meats, cheese, and vegetables for an appetizing main dish.
- Recipe: Italian-Style Pizza Pot Pie
Win over all of the kids and grown-ups in your house with this new instant classic that feeds more than two everything pizzas. Fresh and packaged mozzarella give it the best melty consistency.
Recipe: Pizza Casserole Deluxe
Smoky cubes of brined city ham and salty bits of country ham give this main-course mac its name and savory appeal. Pasta enrobed with a creamy sauce and melting pockets of gooey cheese take it over the top.
We took a cue from shepherd's pie and used grits (in lieu of mashed potatoes) to seal in the flavor of juicy sausage in an ever-so-sweet sauce.
Pancetta, or cured pork belly, is the same thing as bacon without the smoke. Find it in the deli case of most supermarkets. Native to Italy, San Marzano tomatoes are known for their sweet flavor. Consider trying them in place of regular crushed tomatoes in the sauce.
Recipe: Baked Ziti with Sausage