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What is a casserole?
Any dish that is prepared in a casserole dish—basically a deep, wide baking dish—and baked in the oven is referred to as a "casserole." A casserole might consist of a uniform distribution of vegetables, a protein, and a starchy binder, or it can contain layers, like an Italian lasagna or a deep-dish pizza.
A casserole is frequently a one-pot dish that is baked after the ingredients are combined in a dish that may go in the oven.
A brief history of casserole:
The word "casserole" presumably got its name from the Greek word "kuathion," which means "small cup." Eventually, the name changed into the Medieval Latin word "cattia," and finally settled on "cassole" or "casserole," the French diminutive of "casse," which effectively means "pan." By the eighteenth century, a meal of boiled rice with a meaty filling baked in the oven was referred to as a "casserole" throughout the English-speaking world.
Because you could cook and serve a meal in the same dish, casserole-style cooking became more and more popular. To cook a casserole for a long time, home chefs might simply utilise a low oven as a slow cooker.
Since processed and canned foods made it possible to blend already prepared ingredients into a semi-homemade weekday dinner in the twentieth century, convenience has been credited with the casserole's rebirth.
Characteristics of casserole:
There is no one sort of casserole because the range of casseroles is so wide, but the following traits roughly characterise casserole-style cooking:
1. Technique: Bake casseroles in the oven. Many casseroles (particularly macaroni casseroles) need cooking one or more ingredients before mixing everything in a casserole pan and baking, though some are one-dish meals. It's probably not a casserole if you have to finish it off on the burner.
2. Utensil: As long as the cookware is oven-safe, it can be used for a variety of casserole dishes. In theory, a stainless steel casserole could be used as a casserole dish because you can mix ingredients in it before baking them. Earthenware vessels are particularly popular for casseroles since they retain heat in the oven and look attractive as part of a tablescape.
3. The dish type: Hearty comfort dishes like casseroles are popular. They can be sides, like the traditional Thanksgiving sweet potato casserole, or major courses, particularly if they contain protein.