What to Serve with Casseroles
Because even a one-pot meal can feel a little lonely sometimes.
Photo: Erin Kunkel
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If Your Casserole Has a Crust
The creamy goodness known as a potpie
is indeed a meal in and of itself, offering bread (via the dough), vegetables and meat. Yet the richness can be a bit cloying, which is why an accompaniment featuring the sharp acidity of vinegar makes a lot of sense. A tomato salad splashed with a double dose of balsamic and either sherry or white-wine vinegar will be a welcome antidote for an overloaded palate.
Get the recipe: Heirloom Tomato Salad with Two Vinegars