I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I LOVE CASSEROLES! I grew up on a steady diet of cheesy and/or creamy casseroles, so they will always hold a soft spot in my heart. Since I try to eat (somewhat) healthy now, I don’t eat casseroles as often as I used to, and when I do make them, I try to find lighter versions. One of my favorite sources for casserole recipes is Cooking Light.
This sweet onion casserole recipe is adapted from the May issue of Cooking Light. I made a few little changes–rather than using white rice, I substituted brown. Not only does this make the casserole more nutritious, but it’s a little bit heartier too. And instead of using gruyere cheese, I used smoked Swiss. The casserole smelled so good while it was cooking and it tasted even better when it was done.
Go to Sweet Onion Casserole recipe
If you can't find smoked Swiss cheese, any kind of smoked cheese will do.
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