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Recipes using the Casseroval?

Dear Cooks:

I am a relatively new cook and just got Rachael’s Casseroval but I saw that it can’t be used on the stovetop like a dutch oven. I’m looking for recipes from Rachael where I can use the Casseroval. There isn’t an option for Casseroval under the advanced search tab in Food so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Dear Kaela -

The Casseroval is perfect for any baked dish – lasagnas, chicken dishes, roasted veggies, mac and cheese, you name it. It’s also great for serving  salads and slaws, plus, clean up and reheating is easy as it’s dishwasher and microwave-safe.

If you want to find recipes on that you can cook in your Casseroval, a good place to start is to search under “Casseroles” and “Salads.”

Here are just a few of Rachael’s recipes to break in your Casseroval:

Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna

Roast Chicken Enchilada Suiza Stacked Casserole

Potato-Tot Topped Shepherd’s Pie

Broccoli and Cauliflower Gratin Mac ‘n Cheese

Roasted Mushrooms, Parsnip, Potatoes and Spinach Casserole

Chicken Divan Egg Noodle Casserole

4 Responses to “Recipes using the Casseroval?”

  1. Kaela says:

    Thank you so much for pointing me in the right direction! I can’t wait to break in my new dish!


  2. Diane says:

    Question.R.Ray I love your show.take lots of notes and you are very good at repeating what’s in the recipe,Thanks alot.My question is at the beginning of your show can you show the finish product at the beginning so your viewer can see what it should look like? All the other food network cooks interduce the food at the beginning.That is very helpful.
    Thanks Diane.
    From Ala.

  3. Quey says:

    No Question… Just wanted to leave a comment. Someone in your audience the other day was asking about food storage, and I can’t believe no one has ever mentioned this. If you buy loaf bread ,such as Italian, French etc. If you wrap it tightly in aluminum foil.and rub it all over with your hands to make sure it’s air tight, You can store it for at least 6 months. bring it out. let it thaw or warm it in the oven (without the foil) and it will taste as fresh as when you bought it. Do not put this in a plastic bag. Try it. It really works.

  4. Dawn says:

    Thanks, having trouble finding recipes for the cookware I own or want to purchase….
    is there a place to find the recipes for product?
    I want to get the 5? quart cast iron enameled casserole….but looking for recipes…and clean up…

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