In the winter evenings, a hearty casserole is the perfect winter warmer dinner for all the family. From lamb to beef, veg to fish, take a look at our family-favourite, 15 classic casserole recipes.
In the winter evenings, a hearty
casserole is the perfect warming, winter dinner for all the family. From
lamb to beef, veg to fish, take a look at our family-favourite, 15
classic casserole recipes.
Make use of your slow cooker and leave this beef bourguignon to stew during the day for an evening treat. Bourguignon is prepared in red wine, which leaves the beef smothered in a rich sauce when it’s done. Definitely worth the wait.
Use up sausages for this classic sausage and bean stew that kids and adults alike will love thanks to the rich tomato sauce, which works great with the pork. It takes only 10 minutes to prepare and uses one-pan, which saves on the washing up!
This easy chicken casserole is so simple because it’s made in only a handful of steps. Smoky bacon and heaps of vegetables make this chicken dish not only full of flavour but a healthy family dinner, too.
It’s a traditional, Northern, comforting dish that’s packed full of goodness – the Lancashire hotpot is bursting with flavour thanks to the juicy lamb and heaps of vegetables.
A good goulash should be packed full of paprika and this pork goulash is no exception. Chunks of pork, sausage and mushroom are slow cooked in a Bolognese and red wine sauce to make this more-ish dish.
Velvety, sauteed chunks of beef in a creamy sour sauce – this beef stroganoff is a filling casserole dish using minimal ingredients to make the classic Russian recipe.
For a comforting dinner, this lamb casserole is spot on. Shallots and Chantenay carrots help make up this hearty, classic dish that only takes 20 minutes to prepare.
Coq au vin is a French-inpsired classic dish in which chicken is cooked in wine with mushrooms. This coq au vin adds tomato, streaky bacon and more vegetables to the traditional recipe and is quick for a casserole, as it’s on the table in an hour and a half.
This Irish stew recipe is one that’s been handed down over the generations. Cuts of lamb are mixed with plenty of chunky vegetables, including new potatoes and carrots, to make the classic family dinner that satisfy even the biggest appetites.
Quick, cheap, easy and a classic – this vegetable stew recipe first featured in our sister magazine, Woman’s Weekly, in 1943. Plenty of vegetables, a flavoursome tomato sauce and butterbeans are used to make this hearty classic.
This braised beef stew is slow cooked so the beef steaks absorb maximum flavour. The tender meat tastes delicious with horseradish and parsley dumplings.
Tagines are cooked at a low heat, resulting in tender meat and aromatic vegetables. This Welsh tagine is flagrantly flavoured with warming spices of cumin and cinnamon plus, added apricots and figs give it a fruity twist.
Packed with prawns, mussels and cod, this Mediterranean fish stew is a refreshing change from meat casseroles. The onion and garlic-laced tomato sauce gives your tastebuds a treat.
Slow cooking isn’t just great for meat. This mushroom cobbler dish creates a rich sauce after hours in the oven for a great winter warmer. Walnut scones give it the perfect crispy. cobbler topping.