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Our favourite casserole recipes from sausage casserole, to classic beef casserole and a vegetable tagine. Ideal for feeding a crowd or freezing for later.
Make this lovely, warming winter dish from lean venison and seasonal chestnuts.
A comforting chicken stew to make a big batch of and keep on standby in the freezer.
You can vary the flavourings in this inexpensive, low-calorie casserole by replacing the red wine with a rich, tasty ale such as Guinness. Or you could try lamb leg steaks, cut into cubes, instead of beef.
This substantial casserole of two beans - borlotti and cannellini - will bring a hearty glow to your face - and it's suitable for veggies too.
A more sophisticated and enticing dish than turkey curry, this casserole recipe is the perfect way to use up leftover Christmas turkey.
Oxtail is succulent and tender in a casserole. The long slow cooking allows all the lovely red wine and prune flavours to mingle.
This is a heart-warming seasonal dish with a bit of spice.
The use of that Irish staple – Guinness – gives this casserole an added depth of flavour.
Vary the vegetables you use according to what’s in season for this moreish Moorish vegetarian tagine recipe.
This quick lamb casserole recipe has the added boost of iron-rich chickpeas. It also freezes well.
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