This sweet corn-studded casserole is a great side to serve with practically any main dish. Goes well with Mexican, South American and American cuisine.
With an added twist
by C. Connie
, Anoka, MN on Jul. 2011
I think that with the chili powder sprinkling, I'd add a small can of drained green chilies to the corn when being chopped.
If there were small children in the house party, I'd probably substitute a little paprika to sprinkle on top (no green chilies, of course).
by P. Pat
, St Louis, MO on Jul. 2011
This is a fabtastic recipe and versatile to. The things you could add are ebdless. But keeping it as is taste fantastic. It has become a well used recipe.
by L. Lee
, FAIRACRES, NM on Apr. 2009
This is great easy sweet corn casserole and I also add green chile to it for a little kick and cheese on top.
sweet corn casserole
by b. betty
, Monticello, KY on Jan. 2009
my kids love this one.thay would eat it every day if i would let them.thank you
by E. Elsa
, CEDAR PARK, TX on Aug. 2008
This was just wonderful and so easy. I omitted the sugar as we do not like sweet corn bread either, but I topped it with cheddar cheese. I will fix again for sure.
by a. angie
, HAZLEHURST, GA on May. 2008
We enjoyed this, the only thing is make sure to use the type of flour this calls for. I had to use another brand and mine was kind of pasty. I will try again soon with the correct ingredient.
Sweet Corn Casserole
by d. donna
, FERNANDINA BEACH, FL on May. 2008
I tried this recipe, adding some shredded cheddar cheese on top. It was easy and delicious. Thanks for another keeper!
by L. Lucero
, PEMBROKE PINES, FL on Mar. 2008
Nice and easy recipe. Also good alone for breakfast, just add some white cheese on top and perfect.
, Santa Rosa, CA on Jan. 2008
I have made this recipe several times now and it's always a winner. Had it for a luncheon today with some girlfriends and it was a huge hit. Tastes exactly like the little scoop of corn that you get at a popular Mexican restaurant. They're always a little stingy with it. I never have Masa, so I just substitute flour and it works fine.
by M. Mark
, GRAND ISLAND, NE on Dec. 2007
this recipes is REALLY good. I've tried something similar in the past, yet this tops it totally !
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