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For Spicy Pasta Bake you will need vermicelli cooked, turkey breakfast sausage, sliced fresh mushrooms, shopped onion, clove fresh garlic, tomatoes cut up, tomato paste, crushed red pepper, some non-stick cooking spray, shredded mozzarella cheese, and grated parmesan cheese to make this pasta casserole recipe.
Pasta casserole recipes added by Caroline on Jan 30, 2008
Baked Breakfast Apples is a breakfast casserole recipe created of medium apples cut into bite-size pieces, snipped pitted whole dates, ground cinnamon, apple juice or apple cider, raspberry spreadable fruit, and low-fat granola.
Breakfast casserole recipes added by Margo on Jan 30, 2008
Casserole recipe Hobbit Pie is made with small onions chopped, scallions chopped, green peppers chopped, mushrooms sliced, cooked rice, grated parmesan cheese, croutons, eggs lightly beaten, milk, dill, basil, parsley, salt, pepper, and sharp cheddar cheese grated.
Casserole recipes added by Irene on Jan 20, 2008
For Macaroni and Cheese you will need elbow macaroni, butter, all-purpose flour, warm milk, some salt and pepper to taste, cayenne pepper, cubed ham, cubed cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese cubed, monterey jack cheese cubed, and some paprika to taste to make this pasta casserole recipe.
Pasta casserole recipes added by Irene on Jan 19, 2008
Chicken with Black Beans and Rice is a casserole recipe created of olive oil, finely chopped onion, medium cloves garlic peeled & minced, chicken broth, chili style stewed tomatoes, cooked diced chicken, black beans drained, salt, some freshly ground pepper to taste, cumin or to taste, and long grain rice uncooked.
Casserole recipes added by Irene on Jan 12, 2008
Artichoke hearts, cooked shrimp, fresh mushrooms, cream sauce, butter, worcestershire sauce, dry sherry, grated parmesan cheese, salt and pepper, and paprika are used to cook Artichoke Shrimp casserole recipe.
Casserole recipes added by Irene on Jan 3, 2008