A question was asked by Hubby; Why do they call it a casserole, where did the word come from? A little research revealed it is a French word dates back to 1500's. Found in the English language in the earlier 1700's. Then in the 1800's it was widely used. Refers to a type of dish use for cooking.
Now I came up with a Casserole is a meal cooked in one dish, can be a Clay, Cast iron, Ceramic, or Glass type. We seem to refer to it now as a "One Pot Dish". Any other suggestions?
This is an old time favorite.
1. Sourdough Bread-2 cups cubed
2. Bob Evans Sausage-8 oz Cooked and crumbled
3. Beat 8 eggs with 1/3 cup Fat free half-n-half.
4. Cheddar Cheese- 1 cup Grated
Butter an medium casserole dish (8x11x2 oval casserole dish)
Add ingredients in order listed above
Bake in a 350 Degrees Fahrenheit oven for 30 minutes.
Serves 6 to 8 people (or 4 very hungry ones)