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This Finnish macaroni casserole is similar to American macaroni and cheese. We love it because there’s no need to make a béchamel sauce; just add the milk, eggs, and cheese to the casserole dish and bake. It's easier to make than it is to pronounce.

This taco-inspired casserole shares its name with a region in south eastern Arizona where this type of dish is popular. We love this casserole because it comes together quickly; once you brown the beef in a skillet, the rest of the casserole is done in about a half an hour.

This hearty casserole is guaranteed to become an easy weeknight go-to. It calls for wild rice, but if you don’t have any on hand, you can easily substitute long-grain white rice instead.

This casserole gets its name because it has to be started the day before you want to serve it. It calls for day-old bread soaked overnight in creamy, savory custard. It may require a bit of planning, but it will be well worth the wait.

The celebrated cassoulet of France inspired this stick-to-your-ribs dish, which uses chicken breast instead of the traditional duck or goose. Our big batch of this recipe from the One Pot cookbook is great for a party.

Any casserole aficionado will tell you that lasagna is a staple. If you’re a vegetarian, stock your freezer with this black bean version.

If you’re looking for a healthy casserole, this is your new go-to. With heart-healthy olive oil, fiber-rich cannellini beans, vegetables, fresh herbs, and whole wheat bread, this casserole is as good for you as it is delicious.

These baked beans have everything you’d want in a classic casserole; thick, salty slices of bacon, sweet molasses and brown sugar, and a little bit of heat from Tabasco sauce. These beans take up to four hours in the oven, so be sure to plan ahead.

This good old-fashioned favorite will remind you of the boxed “Hamburger Helper” you ate as a child, but with more sweet and smoky flavors. If you can’t find liquid smoke, try adding a few pinches of dried, ground chipotle powder instead.

“Easy, delicious, and different is how I would describe this casserole. Petite meatballs prepared with ground lamb and seasoned with Moroccan spices are nestled into a baked rice pilaf during the last few minutes of cooking. The rice, scented with saffron, cooks to a rich, golden yellow and is accented with bits of red bell pepper and Medjool dates.” — Betty Rosbottom, author of Sunday

A lot of people are intimidated by the idea of cleaning and deveining their own shrimp, but it’s easier than you think; once the head is removed, peel the shell off starting with the head end. Then, run a knife along the outer edge of the shrimp until you see the vein. Once you see it, you can use the tip of your paring knife to remove it. And trust us, this casserole makes all that peeling and deveining well worth the work.

Zucchini is one of those vegetables of which we always seem to have too much. If you’re looking for creative ways to use up the last of your summer stock, try combining it with rice and spices for a creamy, cheesy casserole.

This hearty bean casserole has amazing flavor thanks to four different types of meat: duck legs, bacon, leg of lamb, and spicy Italian sausage.

This easy vegetarian black bean casserole is loaded with cheese and flavor thanks to garlic, onion, goat cheese, and chopped green chiles. It also uses goat cheese to add a fresh, salty character.

If you’re looking for a way to spice up pork, try this delicious casserole from the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. With soy sauce, molasses, chili paste, and five-spice powder, this dish is loaded with flavor.

We can’t decide if this creamy casserole should be a side dish or a dessert; it’s that sweet and delicious. With brown sugar, maple extract, a healthy pour of Jack Daniels, and a crispy pecan crust, we’d happily eat this casserole for dinner and dessert!

Paella is a classic Spanish rice dish traditionally made by men. Using a large, flat pan, they cooked it over a fire of orangewood and/or vine cuttings that would give off an aroma that infused the dish with flavor. This recipe is a much easier alternative to the classic technique, yet still produces a dish that is wonderful to present at the table.

This casserole will quickly become a cold-weather staple. The sauerkraut lends a pleasant tanginess to this creamy potato gratin making it a great complement to heavy dishes like venison stew or beef roast.

Canned soup is a classic casserole shortcut. This chicken casserole adds curry powder and ground ginger to cream of chicken soup to add a subtle Indian flavor to the dish.

This chicken casserole has no shortage of flavor. Buttery pecans and sharp Cheddar cheese help balance the sweetness of the onions and the tangy heat of the hot pepper sauce. If you’re looking for an easy meal with big flavors, this is the one to try.

You can’t talk about warm, oven-baked chicken dishes without talking about chicken pot pie. This classic casserole requires you to make a creamy sauce from scratch but you make up the time later by using a premade pie crust.

This is truly one of the easiest casseroles you can make; after combining lots of flavorful Tex-Mex ingredients like tortilla chips, green chili peppers, and sour cream, top the casserole with shredded cheese and bake until bubbly and delicious.