This creamy, homey casserole is a surefire dinner-table pleaser—if you can keep the noodles and the chicken from overcooking.
To make this satisfying, flavorful oldie but goodie, you add spinach to rice and cheese and bake. Getting good flavor is easy. Avoiding oldie but gloppy requires some ingenuity.
Watery tomatoes spell the ruin of a good gratin. We wouldn’t let that happen to ours.
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.
Without cream, producing a rich and creamy sauce was a tall order.
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.