Western Beef and Corn Casserole
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 25 min.
I made this for lunch today. It was sooooo good. I served it with a lettuce and ranch dressing salad and everyoneloved it! I just had regular canned corn, so I used that instead of Mexicorn. Also, I added a chopped onion with the ground beef as it cooked. This recipe is a definite keeper!!! I bet Monterey Jack Cheese would be good, too.
This western casserole is lovsx by everyone!!
Great recipe but I changed out salsa for the tomato sauce and added black beans. I also used a box of corn bread and added a little flour (it was too runny) and added the corn bread to the bottom and sides. This was great the night of and maybe even better the next day!
The online recipe is missing part of the sentence that should say "1/2 cup hickory-flavored or regular bbq sauce". Kind of an important phrase to be missing! I cut out the original recipe so have it in print. I have made this many times! I make one and half times the cornbread base and bake it in a 9 X 13 pan. Sometimes I add a can of black beans (drained & rinsed). Use 1 cup of frozen corn instead of canned. This is fantastic!
Hickory sauce would be a commercial barbecue sauce flavor. I use KC Masterpiece Hickory in this recipe and it's great.
this looks good but I have a question. what is hickory-flavored sauce? where would I find it in the grocery store? thanks.
This dish is so much better than the fairly simple ingredients suggest. It is also very simple to make. I recommend it with no reservations.
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Cornmeal is found in the baking aisle near the flour.
OK maybe I'm an idiot but I could not find cornmeal at the grocery store. So I just used a box of corn bread muffin mix. It worked. Should I be looking in the baking section or the ethnic foods?I agree with previous poster. I have a 3 1/2 and 22 mo. who loved eating this.