Serve this oyster bake with baked potatoes or rice and a green vegetable. Pot pie isn't just for chicken. Set out toppings like cilantro, scallions and pickled jalapenos so everyone at the table can pick and choose. Get the Recipe: The biscuit dough is patted out and then cut into squares. ©FOOD NETWORK : 2012, Television Food Network, G.P. Ree’s simple yet elegant salad is the ultimate meal when you need to impress in a hurry. This recipe makes more pesto than you will need, but the leftovers will not go to waste. Here's another casserole that gets a helping hand from convenience food. It's a simple preparation with frozen mixed vegetables, condensed soup, sour cream, and Parmesan cheese. A basic medium white sauce brings this creamy turkey noodle casserole together. This dinner is as simple as dumping everything into a pot — dry noodles, tomatoes and all — and letting it simmer. Casseroles came to popularity in the 1950s when casserole dishes were first available to home cooks. This easy scalloped oysters with cracker crumbs recipe is not only easy; it's elegant enough for a special occasion. It's packed with tender chicken thighs, bell peppers, and onions, and finished off with a creamy tomato sauce. For a low-carb option, serve it with a simple tossed salad or slaw. Photo By: Tara Donne Meatball Marsala. To others, it's shakshuka. The main dish casserole is usually a one-pot meal―an easy and convenient way to prepare a Buttered Ritz cracker crumbs top this delicious ritzy chicken casserole. Crushed Dorito chips form the crust and topping for this easy Dorito chicken casserole. Chicken Curry in a Hurry, Get the Recipe: The cheese topping adds crunchy appeal, but you can easily omit it. Just combine the ingredients and pop it in the oven to bake. To some it's eggs in purgatory. Bonus? Parmesan cheese tops this easy casserole. Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Get the Recipe: This hot dish of unstuffed peppers casserole is a great way to enjoy the flavors of stuffed peppers. Serve this dish with a tossed salad or fresh sliced tomatoes. Use frozen mixed vegetables or a blend of peas and carrots, and sauté 1 cup of chopped onion with the ground beef if you like. This classic tuna noodle casserole is always a family favorite. Try a new take on the casserole — a standby one-dish dinner. Or add some cayenne pepper. If you're looking for a way to use leftovers, this ham and rotini casserole just might be your solution. This chicken a la King casserole is a one-dish meal with chicken a la king flavors. Combine chicken and waffles for an inventive take on a classic. Lazy No-Bake Lasagna. Refried beans stand in for classic tomato sauce, and Oaxaca cheese makes an excellent substitute for standard mozzarella. For those who love breakfast for dinner, this chicken quiche is sure to please. Pork Chops with Roasted Kale and Walnut Pesto, Get the Recipe: Crispy Pork Chops with Sriracha Brussels Sprouts. Cook pork shoulder low and slow for hours with brown sugar, spices and a little apple cider vinegar until it becomes smoky and pull-apart tender without ever entering a smoker. This turkey quiche with peppers is an inventive and delicious way to use that leftover turkey. Foil-Packet Chicken Fajitas. It's a very easy preparation. It's made with layers of seasoned ground beef and refried beans, cheese, and tortillas. ©Tara Donne, Photo By: Marshall Troy Here's a 5-ingredient corned beef and cabbage casserole. This is a great way to use leftover ham, and it's a delicious combination of flavors. The dish bakes to golden perfection with a shredded cheddar cheese topping. If you like heat, use pepper jack cheese and add some finely chopped jalapeño or serrano peppers to the beef mixture. Egg Roll in a Bowl, Get the Recipe: Blended Beef, White Bean and Squash Burgers. Serve this one-dish meal with a tossed salad and crusty French bread. Ellie proves that white meat isn't the only "good-for-you" part of the chicken. Mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses top it off. Skillet Chicken Parmesan with Artichokes. This pork chop and rice casserole​ recipe is an easy baked one-dish meal your family will love. These bowls are packed with so much flavor it's almost unbelievable you can make them in only 40 minutes.