Spinach gives this popular casserole a fresh taste that will delight even those who say they don't like spinach. In fact, people are often surprised at just how good it is! Whenever I bring it to a gathering, it doesn't sit around long. —Barbara Kellen, Antioch, Illinois
"My newly married daughter didn't want to ask her mother-in-law for the recipe to her husband's favorite meal," writes Donna Moyer of Grants Pass, Oregon. "Instead, she asked me to help her figure out a recipe. Together, we cam up with this delicious stick-to-the-ribs casserole. It's so easy, today my 4-year-old granddaughter stuffs the pasta shells herself!"
"I found this recipe in a magazine years ago," recalls Rachel Balsamo of Lewiston, Maine. "If you're looking for a vegetarian meal, it's wonderful as the main course. We like to serve it with hot dinner rolls and a salad."
"Everyone loves the mild flavor and cheesy topping of this crowd-pleasing casserole," says LaVerne Schultz of Greenfield, Wisconsin. "I usually round out this hearty meal with a tossed salad or applesauce."
I enjoy trying new, uncomplicated dishes, and when I find a winner like this, I'm eager to share the recipe. I round out the meal with steamed buttered carrots and oven-fresh rolls.Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida
This crunched-for-time casserole from Anna Fuery of Taftville, Connecticut can be fixed from start to finish in less than an hour. A cheesy pasta layer is topped with fish, spinach and almonds to make a meal-in-one that’s a nice change of pace from the ordinary.
Becca Brasfield from Burns, Tennessee lightened up a family recipe to come up with this turkey and rice bake. "Accompanied by fresh tomato slices and hot corn bread, this quick casserole is one of my gang's favorites," she notes.