This creamy, homey casserole is a surefire dinner-table pleaser—if you can keep the noodles and the chicken from overcooking.
With satisfying heft and bright flavor, this custard-based mac and cheese has lots going for it--as long as you can keep the eggs from scrambling.
This homey dish either conjures warm childhood memories or evokes groans. We set out to make a version that even people who thought they hated tuna-noodle casserole would love.
So you think that lasagna with no meat and no béchamel is missing something? Think again.
It's a perfect dish for a crowd but too much work for feeding just two. We'd have to find a way to cut back the labor, not just the proportions.
We wanted the smoky bacon, silky sauce, and peppery bite of the original pasta in a more forgiving, single-skillet supper.