You can have all of the ingredients on hand for this pot pie and whip it up any time you need a hot, satisfying meal.
Butternut squash soup plumps barley to a creamy consistency and infuses it with flavor as it cooks. Finely chopped vegetables cook in the same amount of time as the barley, for a one-pot meal that’s ready in about 20 minutes.
Forget casseroles! Condensed cream of mushroom soup gets an elegant makeover in this easy-to-assemble pie. If you’re looking to get ahead and save money, buy sliced and boxed mushrooms when they go on sale; then make the filling, freeze it, and whip up the quiche when you’re ready.
Pale-green Romanesco broccoli and black rice give this dish a gorgeous color contrast, but you could also use white or brown rice and cauliflower or broccoli florets.
We’ve lightened up Welsh rarebit, a hearty fork-and-knife hot sandwich, by making it with prepared butternut squash soup and adding leeks, which are the emblem of Wales. The result is hearty pub fare that you won’t feel guilty tucking into.
Packed with autumn flavors, this impressive main dish is mac-and-cheese elevated to its highest form.
This easy, one-skillet supper gets its Southwestern kick from prepared picante sauce and pickled jalapeños. Adjust the heat of the final dish by choosing a spicier or milder picante sauce and increasing or decreasing
the pickled jalapeños. Serve in large bowls with soup spoons, or use as a filling for warmed tortillas.
Mild goat cheese lends a sophisticated tang to this creamy, orange-hued sauce. Tossed with tiny green peas, toasted pine nuts, and festive bow ties (it&39;s fabulous with fettuccine and gnocchi too), the resulting dish is wonderfully easy and original. If you&39;re not a fan of goat cheese, try the recipe with Boursin or low-fat cream cheese. You can also add a grating of Parmesan cheese before serving, if desired.
Using a microwave speeds up the cooking time of risotto and eliminates the constant stirring. (The recipe was tested in a 1,000-watt microwave oven, so cooking time may need to be adjusted if your microwave has a lower wattage.) Be sure to cover the casserole each time it goes into the microwave.
The secret ingredient in this spin on classic chicken divan is creamy, woodsy portobello mushroom soup. Cutting the puff pastry into equal portions before baking makes serving really easy. Asparagus can replace the broccoli, if desired.
This exotically flavored stew can be stretched to feed a crowd when ladled over rice or potatoes.
“Hotdish” is the term used for casseroles in Minnesota, where wild rice is the official state grain. Just the right amount of vegan sour cream is blended in for a comforting entrée that’s both light and satisfying.