Scalloped potatoes are often heavy and bland. We wanted a dish not overly rich and greasy with a perfectly crisp, browned crust.
We spiced up a boring casserole with Mexican flavors and still kept it simple enough for any night of the week.
We elevated this potentially bland, dull side dish to a creamy, rich creation guaranteed to please.
This hearty casserole works with several kinds of sausage, including Italian (sweet or hot), kielbasa, or chorizo. It's really more of a main dish than a side dish.
This French casserole is relatively light, having no cream and very little butter.
Boursin cheese spread, which is flavored with garlic and herbs, is the secret ingredient in this recipe. The casserole can be prepared a day in advance, refrigeratred, and then baked, increasing the cooking time by 5 to 10 minutes.