Grease an 11 inch square pan with butter, margarine, or non-stick spray. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Mix first four ingredients together until well blended. Add chillies (add some crisp cooked bacon bits if you like). Pour into baking pan.
Bake 1 hour or until set. Cut into squares and serve.
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This is a corn casserole with a savory taste. My family likes it really well. It goes well with most any meal and is very easy to cook in the microwave.
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This is a super delicious, easy great for the holidays dish!
The first time I saw this recipe, I thought tomatoes and corn were an unlikely pair as far as tasting good together, but I was wrong. This is very good!
This is a favorite of mine. Love the mix of these ingredients. They go very well together!
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I PROMISE, this does taste better than it sounds! And it will feed a lot of people! Brown meat with onions in a skillet. Cook pasta until tender. Mix together together in a large bowl meat, onions, noodles, soups, corn and sour cream.
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I need a good recipe for Corn pudding/Casserole that can easily be expanded to feed 40-50 people. I need to use a large (111 oz.) can of corn, so preferably with only or mainly corn, not creamed. This is for my church Thanksgiving dinner. Thanks in advance!
I always liked baked corn, corn pudding, or scalloped corn made with creamed corn. One time all I had was whole corn. I put it in the blender with some of the other ingredients and mixed it there. This is a family favorite.
If all I had was whole corn, I'd put more than half in a food processor or blender with the liquid.
I don't measure this any more. And don't always make the roux, just add everything together.
The recipe I had called for making a roux with butter and flour, then mixing in the milk, sugar, creamed corn, and beaten eggs just to mix good. Salt and Pepper.
A large pan would take quite a while to bake. You might consider 2 or 3, 9 x 13 pans.My recipe was from a Pa Dutch cook book, and I've been eating this for more than 55 years.
use your 111oz of corn
add 3 cans cream corn
1 cup sugar
1 cup flour
2 sticks butter
6-8 eggs beaten
mix all ingredients well.
pour into a greased baking pan bake till it is golden brown on top.
hope this works for you
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Try this delicious recipe made with corn baked in a milk, flour, eggs, and sugar custard. This is a page about making Mennonite baked corn.
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Beat the eggs slightly in a bowl. Add the creamed corn, whole corn (including 1/4 cup reserved liquid), evaporated milk, butter, onions, and Swiss cheese.