Watch how to make cheesy corn casserole

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I love this cheesy corn casserole because it’s a quick comfort food that is super easy to make. It’s the perfect side dish for the holidays or to bring along to a potluck. Even better is that there are no dirty dishes to clean up besides the casserole dish. Delicious food and easy cleanup — who doesn’t love that? If this describes you, be sure to check out the recipe below.
The comfort part of the recipe below comes from milk, butter, and shredded cheddar cheese. The real stars of the show, though, are the vegetables: frozen corn, tomato, green bell pepper and jalapeno pepper (for a subtle kick). If you grow all these vegetables in your garden, this can also be a happy harvest meal.
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Cheesy corn casserole
Pamela Reed / Cooktop Cove
Preparation Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 52 minutes
Serves: 8
Ingredients
3 cups frozen corn
1 medium tomato, chopped
1 medium green bell pepper, chopped
2 jalapeno peppers, seeds removed and finely diced
1 1/2 cups milk
5 tablespoons butter, melted
5 eggs, whisked
6 tablespoons flour
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 teaspoon salt
Directions
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. In an 8-by-12 casserole baking dish, add all the ingredients.
3. Stir with a spoon to mix everything up.
4. Bake for 50 minutes.
5. Let sit on counter for 5 minutes to set.
Serve warm, enjoy.
1. Start with corn.
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2. Add the rest of your veggies: tomato, green bell pepper and jalapeno.
Pamela Reed / Cooktop Cove
3. Add your wet ingredients.
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4. Add your shredded cheese.
Pamela Reed/Cooktop Cove
5. Stir so everything is combined.
Pamela Reed / Cooktop Cove
6. Bake at 350 for 50 minutes.
Pamela Reed / Cooktop Cove
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This dish is so easy to make.
June 20   ·  
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The first recorded recipe for the dish was in an issue of The New York Times back in 1967.
June 20   ·  
This trusty dinner has graced the table of many homes over the last several decades, but it actually dates back way before that. Some historians date early recipes back to the fourth or fifth century, though the 1800s saw a rise to the dish you most.
June 15   ·  
 
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