Definitions

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  • adj. Cooked in a casserole.

Etymologies

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casserole +‎ -ed

Examples

  • The wider menu takes in deli boards, sandwiches and sausages in various states with mash, casseroled etc and a fantastic-sounding steak and ale pie that uses beer from the Tirril brewery, in Appleby in Westmorland.

    Lancaster's 10 best budget restaurants, pubs and cafes

  • Stiphado (beef or rabbit stew casseroled with wine vinegar, onions and spices)

    GREEK - CYPRIOT CUISINE

  • She was just finishing off and thinking she should start to set the table, when she dropped a spoon into the casseroled sauce of the lamb shanks by mistake; it splashed everywhere, and Laura cursed, feeling some of it hit her face.

    A Hopeless Romantic

  • Weekend stuff and a break from politics: Been out and bought a new casserole dish so everything will be casseroled from now on...cheap, tasty and feeds random hungry local friends who tend to pop in at odd times.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • We arrived for a brunch of chees grits and sausage and egg casseroled.

    Thanksgiving

  • Neil is making chicken casseroled in white wine (mmm!) with rosemary and garlic.

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • It added zest to my cooking to invent new ways of cooking kale: braised, with bacon and vinegar; casseroled, with Swiss cheese and bread crumbs; in a slaw (far superior to cabbage).

    Incubus

  • Had she responded with something trite about God's will she wouldn't have aroused his curiosity; instead she had smiled enigmatically and asked him what he would like for his evening meal - casseroled steak, or cold chicken as the evening was warm?

    The Fifth Rapunzel

  • Norton Fox and Victor Roncey were eating lunch when I arrived at the stables, and I found it impossible to instil into either of them enough of a feeling for urgency to get them to leave their casseroled beef.

    Forfeit

  • These were proper Spanish-style tapas, the most authentic I've seen in Auckland, with the exception of the ones at Bellota in Federal St: marinated mushrooms, little banderillas (toothpicks, named after the tormenting darts used in the bullfight) spiked with juicy anchovies and olives; small plates of albondigas (meatballs) or sweetly casseroled eggplant.

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