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cas·se·role

 (kăs′ə-rōl′)
n.
1.
a. A dish, usually of earthenware, glass, or cast iron, in which food is both baked and served.
b. Food prepared and served in such a dish.
2. Chemistry A small-handled, deep porcelain crucible used for heating and evaporating.

[French, saucepan, diminutive of Old French casse, ladle, pan, from Old Provençal cassa, from Medieval Latin cattia, dipper, from Greek kuathion, diminutive of kuathos, ladle.]

casserole

(ˈkæsəˌrəʊl)
n
1. (Cookery) a covered dish of earthenware, glass, etc, in which food is cooked and served. Also called: casserole dish
2. (Cookery) any food cooked and served in such a dish: chicken casserole.
vb
(Cookery) to cook or be cooked in a casserole
[C18: from French, from Old French casse ladle, pan for dripping, from Old Provençal cassa, from Late Latin cattia dipper, from Greek kuathion, diminutive of kuathos cup]

cas•se•role

(ˈkæs əˌroʊl)
n.
1. a usu. large covered baking dish of glass, pottery, etc.
2. any food, esp. a mixture, baked in such a dish.
3. a small dish with a handle, used for heating substances in a chemical laboratory.
[1700–10; < French: ladlelike pan <casse small saucepan (< Old Provençal cassa large spoon]

casserole

- Came from casse, "pan" or "ladle," which probably comes from Greek kuathos, "serving cup"; casserole is a diminutive of casse, "spoonlike container" (cassette is also a diminutive of casse).
See also related terms for pan.

casserole


Past participle: casseroled
Gerund: casseroling

Imperative
casserole
casserole
Present
I casserole
you casserole
he/she/it casseroles
we casserole
you casserole
they casserole
Preterite
I casseroled
you casseroled
he/she/it casseroled
we casseroled
you casseroled
they casseroled
Present Continuous
I am casseroling
you are casseroling
he/she/it is casseroling
we are casseroling
you are casseroling
they are casseroling
Present Perfect
I have casseroled
you have casseroled
he/she/it has casseroled
we have casseroled
you have casseroled
they have casseroled
Past Continuous
I was casseroling
you were casseroling
he/she/it was casseroling
we were casseroling
you were casseroling
they were casseroling
Past Perfect
I had casseroled
you had casseroled
he/she/it had casseroled
we had casseroled
you had casseroled
they had casseroled
Future
I will casserole
you will casserole
he/she/it will casserole
we will casserole
you will casserole
they will casserole
Future Perfect
I will have casseroled
you will have casseroled
he/she/it will have casseroled
we will have casseroled
you will have casseroled
they will have casseroled
Future Continuous
I will be casseroling
you will be casseroling
he/she/it will be casseroling
we will be casseroling
you will be casseroling
they will be casseroling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been casseroling
you have been casseroling
he/she/it has been casseroling
we have been casseroling
you have been casseroling
they have been casseroling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been casseroling
you will have been casseroling
he/she/it will have been casseroling
we will have been casseroling
you will have been casseroling
they will have been casseroling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been casseroling
you had been casseroling
he/she/it had been casseroling
we had been casseroling
you had been casseroling
they had been casseroling
Conditional
I would casserole
you would casserole
he/she/it would casserole
we would casserole
you would casserole
they would casserole
Past Conditional
I would have casseroled
you would have casseroled
he/she/it would have casseroled
we would have casseroled
you would have casseroled
they would have casseroled

casserole

To cook meat, seafood or poultry with vegetables in the oven in a casserole dish.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.casserole - food cooked and served in a casserolecasserole - food cooked and served in a casserole
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
chicken casserole - chicken cooked and served in a casserole
2.casserole - large deep dish in which food can be cooked and served
cocotte - a small casserole in which individual portions can be cooked and served
dish - a piece of dishware normally used as a container for holding or serving food; "we gave them a set of dishes for a wedding present"
Translations
إناءُ طَبْخٍ فُخّاريطَعامٌ مَطْبوخٌ في إناءٍ فُخّاريكَسْرُولَة
jídlo dušené v troubějídlo uvařené v rendlíkukastrolrendlík
gryderetildfast fad
laatikkopataruokavuoka
složenac
ragu tűzálló tálbantûzálló tál
eldföst leirskálpottréttur
キャセロール蒸し焼き
캐서롤
troškintuvastroškinys
kastrolissautējums
jedlo v kastróli
gryta
อาหารอบจากหม้อที่มีฝาปิด
món thịt hầm

casserole

[ˈkæsərəʊl]
A. N (= utensil) → cacerola f, cazuela f; (= food) → guiso m, cazuela f
B. VThacer un guiso de

casserole

[ˈkæsərəʊl] n
(= food) → ragoût m
to make a casserole → faire un ragoût
I'm going to make a casserole → Je vais faire un ragoût.
(also casserole dish) → cocotte f

casserole

n (Cook) → Schmortopf m, → Kasserolle f; a lamb casserole, a casserole of lambeine Lammkasserolle
vtschmoren

casserole

[ˈkæsəˌrəʊl] n (utensil) → casseruola (a due manici); (food) chicken/veal casserolepollo/vitello in casseruola

casserole

(ˈkӕsərəul) noun
1. a covered dish in which food is both cooked and served. an earthenware casserole.
2. the food cooked in a casserole. I've made a casserole for dinner.

casserole

كَسْرُولَة jídlo dušené v troubě gryderet Schmortopf κατσαρόλα cacerola, guiso pataruoka cocotte složenac casseruola キャセロール 캐서롤 stoofschotel gryte zapiekanka caçarola тушеная пища gryta อาหารอบจากหม้อที่มีฝาปิด türlü món thịt hầm 砂锅菜
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Unlike other ready meal casseroles, this latest creation combines raw meat, fresh chunky vegetables and rich gravy in a deep aluminium foil tray/dish that can be placed straight into the oven.
This is even more delicious made the day before, as are all casseroles, to allow the flavours to develop.
My mother turned her nose up, literally, at the mention of the word; having made nothing but casseroles as a newlywed, she could not stand the thought of them once she "learned how to cook.
Cover casseroles with foil and refrigerate overnight.