Corn Casserole

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Serves: 6-8
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Cooking Method: Bake


1 can(s) regular sized can of creamed corn, undrained
1 can(s) regular sized can of corn, drained
1 box jiffy cornbread mix or use following substitution
2 large eggs
1 stick butter, melted
2 to 3 c shredded cheddar cheese
1 c sour cream
jiffy substitution
2/3 c flour
1/4 tsp salt
1 Tbsp baking powder
3 Tbsp sugar
1/2 c cornmeal

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Muna Escobar Recipe
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Knoxville, TN (pop. 178,874)
Member Since Jan 2011
Muna's notes for this recipe:
This recipe was given to me from a friend at our local church who would always bring it to holiday gatherings and potlucks, I give her the credit for this yummy side dish. My kids insist on having this every Thankgiving & Christmas as one of our traditional side dishes.
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This was very good! It doesn't have the usual texture of corn souffle, but rather a moist cornbread texture. It's very satisfying: a rib sticking and a hearty side dish. I see it being served for a holiday dinner with a baked ham, or just any weekday with something as simple as burgers or barbecued ribs.


Combine all but half of the cheese in a bowl.
Pour into a large, greased 13x9 baking dish.
Bake at 350' until center is set & casserole is slightly golden, 35-40 minutes.
Sprinkle with remaining cheese & bake 5-10 more minutes.

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user Muna Escobar supermomma5 - Jan 23, 2011
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user Nancy Hearell rayna304 - Mar 13, 2011
I've had this before and it's very good. Had the recipe but misplaced it. Glad to have it again, thanks.
user Debi Hisel DebiK - Apr 25, 2011
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user Laura Knight sqrddancr - May 18, 2011
Is this a dish that tastes OK at room temperature? I have a potluck supper to go to that's about 1 1/2 hours away so I don't want something that would spoil, melt, or have to be served hot.

user Muna Escobar supermomma5 - May 19, 2011
It should be fine. I would bake it, wrap it all up in foil then wrap it up in a nice big towel then carefully carry it to my car for the trip. As long as it is still lukewarm by the time you get there it should be fine.

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