My mom's been making this dish for as long as I can remember. It's always at every Thanksgiving meal.
Scalloped Corn1 egg
1 can creamed corn
pepper to taste
1 sleeve wheat saltine crackers, crushed
Velvetta cubes or shredded cheddar
Can be doubled or tripled (I usually make double)
Mix eggs and corn.
Add about 2/3 of the crackers and the Velveeta (use as much as you like.)
Spread the rest of the crackers on top.
Dot with butter.
Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes or until it's set (jiggle it.) Longer for larger batches.
G'day Jenny, never heard or had scalloped corn, true!ReplyDelete
There always is a first time as I would try anything once, maybe twice..looks yum!
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It's definitely a Midwestern dish. So easy and so yummy!Delete
I am still debating what corn dish I am going to take for Thanksgiving. I have a recipe similar to your Cornbread Casserole, but I have never made a scalloped corn before. Thanks for a great recipe to add to my list of corn idea's!ReplyDelete