Cynthia's StoryWe all looked forward to supper when Mom served this. Not difficult to make, but special all the same.
bulk pork sausage
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onion, chopped (half a medium)
creamed corn (one regular can)
peas, canned (one regular can or 1 cup frozen)
american cheese or velveeta, cubed
evaporated milk - reserve 1/2 cup for topping
salt and pepper to taste
baking mix (bisquick or similar brand)
reserved evaporated milk
2In large casserole or 9 by 13 inch baking pan, combine together peas, corn, cheese - which has been cubed or melted, - evaporated milk (don't forget to reserve 1/2 cup)and worcestershire sauce. Add the browned meats and onion and mix together thoroughly. You may want to add some salt and pepper at this point, it depends on how salty and seasoned your sausage and cheese is, and, of course, your own taste.
3Place dish in preheated 400 degree F oven and bake while mixing the batter (about 10 minutes). Remove pan from oven and pour the batter over the dish being sure to cover the sides and corners well. Leave an open area in the center. Not only does that make for a nicer presentation, it allows steam to escape without breaking through your crust.
About this Recipe
Carla Skiles Masnick - Mar 13, 2012
Sounds delicious! Can't wait to try it!
Donna Graffagnino StillWild - Mar 13, 2012
Looks great and will try it soon. Will let you know how we liked it!
Cynthia Weaver cuckoo4cookies - Mar 16, 2012
Please do, Donna and Carla. I didn't add any salt and pepper to the recipe but you might want to add a bit.
Donna Graffagnino StillWild - Mar 17, 2012
thanks! This is good info that you might want to add to your recipe. I always taste and adjust for seasoning if needed, but some people follow a recipe step by step and may not give it a good review just because it might need a little seasoning adjustment. Everyone's taste is dfferent...
Cynthia Weaver cuckoo4cookies - Mar 18, 2012
Thanks for the suggestion, Donna. I did update the recipe.