Super easy and very good, I experimented with the veggie amounts to suit my family's tastes and it still turned out great.
We really enjoyed this for supper last night. The balsamic vinegar in the tomatoes gives it a great kick! I used water instead of milk to keep out the dairy, and it worked just fine. Since I was feeding more children than should be legal, I also cut back on the spicy ingredients and put some crushed red pepper on the table so everyone could add in their own. Another winner, Dave!
Despite all the spicey ingredients, this came out rather bland. Barb says all she could taste is the corn.
it was good not spectacular but good... tasted like a southwestern Casserole... good meal solution. Unfortunately I did not have all my ingredients ready so I feel it took me forever to make it! I also substitute the milk by water like one of the reviewers suggested. It needs a "PZAS" maybe top it w/cheese?
This recipe was ideal with a freezer full of sweet corn and ground beef! I did add more crushed red peppers and wow was it good. Even better the next day for breakfast. Thanks.
an easy recipe just itching for adaptation! I added lots more veggies - leeks and peppers, celery and onions - but went easy on the chillis - I will add a little more next time - I only added 1/2 tsp of chillies and 1 tsp of chilli powder. I will also add tomato puree. I also put chopped leek in the egg and corn mixture. An excellent dish - very different too! Deffinately on the menu again! The picture I posted looks a little brown on one side - that's because I cook on in a wood stove and I forgot to turn the dish as it was browning! Not a flaw in the recipe - just the cook!
I've made this several times and it is always a hit. I leave out the jalapenos since I have a toddler. One funny note: the first time I made this, I was out of flour, so I used pancake mix instead. The slight sweetness of the mix was really great!
I found this to be flavorful, it seems like the more it set the better the flavors came out. Thanks for posting!