Friday, September 29, 2006

5 Ingredient Friday

Corn Casserole

-2 cans of creamed corn
-8 oz sour cream or yogurt
-1 egg
-1 box corn muffin mix
-1/4 cup milk

Mix all the ingredients together. Bake in 9x13 inch pan at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until firm.

*This is my favorite side dish at family holidays that is made by my favorite aunt. The couple times I've tried making this, it never comes out as good as Aunt Dolores makes it, but it's still very good!

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Pamela said...

Wow! This would make a wonderful side dish for Thanksgiving! Thanks!

Brony said...

Hubby would really enjoy that.

Pass the Torch said...

Awesome! I've added this one to my grocery list too. My family will eat well next week;)

Overwhelmed! said...

This sounds yummy and I'll have to try it! :)

It's funny, my older sister makes a scalloped corn dish that's Heavenly (it's more than 5 ingredients so I haven't posted it). Each time that I've tried to make it, it never tastes as good as when she makes it, and I'm following her recipe. Funny how that works sometimes, isn't it?

Thanks for participating in my Five Ingredient Friday recipe exchange. I do appreciate it!

I hope to see you post a recipe this coming Monday for my Holiday Cooking, Blogger style recipe exchange. :)

mamachik said...

Thanks for your comment on my post today!
I don't really love coconut either - just so you know, it really can't be tasted too much. Also, you could omit it with NO problem!
I love the idea of substituting caramel chips or even Heath bar crumbs for that crunchy texture!

Come back and see me soon!

Magi said...

I love corn casserole. Thanks for the recipe.

Larae said...

Sounds very interesting..and delish! Thanks for sharing =)

Miranda said...

I've made this before, and it is Yummy! I'm making Chili for supper tonight, this would be a good change from corn muffins.