Sunday Casseroles: Complete Comfort in One Dish

Sunday Casseroles Complete Comfort in One Dish Nothing beats spending a cozy Sunday in the kitchen and Sunday Casseroles serves up the perfect afternoon activity Home cooks searching for new ideas will love these modern recipes using fresh wh

  • Title: Sunday Casseroles: Complete Comfort in One Dish
  • Author: Betty Rosbottom
  • ISBN: 9781452121208
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nothing beats spending a cozy Sunday in the kitchen, and Sunday Casseroles serves up the perfect afternoon activity Home cooks searching for new ideas will love these 60 modern recipes using fresh, whole foods no processed ingredients while fans of the popular Sunday cookbook series Sunday Roasts, Sunday Soup, and Sunday Brunch will clamor for this latest offering featuNothing beats spending a cozy Sunday in the kitchen, and Sunday Casseroles serves up the perfect afternoon activity Home cooks searching for new ideas will love these 60 modern recipes using fresh, whole foods no processed ingredients while fans of the popular Sunday cookbook series Sunday Roasts, Sunday Soup, and Sunday Brunch will clamor for this latest offering featuring dishes designed to look as enticing as they taste, from the savory Sea Scallops Nestled in Piperade to the creamy Baked Risotto with its colorful chunks of butternut squash and prosciutto Easy recipes, beautiful photographs, and mouthwatering results make this cookbook a staple for any kitchen.

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    • L.A. says:

      A common comfort food gets a makeover."Elevating" everyday foods has become a thing, for good or ill, and there are plenty of cookbooks out there to help you do that. Rosbottom's take on the humble casserole, for example, is a solid collection of recipes for folks who have access to TJs and Whole Paycheck. You'll know whether or not this is the book for you and your community based on your response to the following phrase: daube de boeuf.If that sounds like a good fit, you'll be delighted to lea [...]

    • Bethany says:

      Rating based on a cursory read-through and two recipes.I found the intro somewhat silly - this is the sort of cookbook that involves making your own roux and sauces in lieu of canned "cream of" soups and cook with $20 cheeses, but is then going to list basic things to have in your kitchen, like measuring cups?There were a small handful of recipes I wanted to try, but many seemed like more expensive variants of recipes I already use (lots of pricey ingredients like lamb, mascarpone, crab, leeks). [...]

    • Marathon County Public Library MCPL says:

      If you love one-dish meals, this cookbook is for you. The photography in this book is beautiful and elevates the humble casserole from everyday dining to haute cuisine. I found all of the recipes easy to follow, and the first chapter contains useful tips and tricks for creating the perfect casserole. I have already made several of the recipes, and my favorite is Leila's Venetian Chicken with Porcini Mushrooms and Fontina. All the recipes contain numerous healthy vegetables, and many are in fact [...]

    • Anne says:

      There were only a couple of recipes I was highly interested in but they seemed a lot of effort for just one person. There was a French Toast recipe which made me think of my brother & his wife, Baked French Toast with Apples, Apricots, & Cherries.

    • Brie Peters says:

      Made the Baked Fish on a Bed of Spinach, Chickpeas, and Tomatoes (p.76) and the Chicken, Sweet Potato, and Bacon Casserole (p.18) Both were yummy! For the Chicken recipe, I used Swiss instead of Gruyere ($$!)I would have liked to tried more, but it's due back at the library. Will borrow again.

    • Meg Dean says:

      It's a "Sunday" cookbook, so the recipes are a bit fussier and more expensive than weekday cookbooks. Not really my cup of tea but for those who like to "push the boat out" for Sunday supper

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