I absolutely love hominy. There are so many people that have never tried this type of corn before, and they are missing out on a great flavor. This is a wonderful dish, and we enjoyed eating it so much. I do use fresh-roasted chiles just because they have so much flavor (more than the canned ones). Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.
This is so unbelieveable delicious - we just couldn't believe our tastebuds! I made this for dinner tonight to serve alongside our grilled chicken. There was a few gray areas for me about the measurements of the ingredients so I just wanted to clarify that I used two 15 ounce cans of hominy and one 4 ounce can of diced mild green chiles. I seasoned with about 3/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon black pepper and the taste was really out of this world. It was rich and cheesy. My only comment about the finished product is that it was runny. I did drain the hominy and the chiles really well, too. Next time I might try adding a little rice or maybe even an egg as a binder. It did thicken a bit after it cooled, though. Great recipe! Oh - and if you do make this for a pot luck, I might suggest that you double the recipe. It made one 9" square casserole for me, I consider that about 6 servings.
This is an excellent recipe. I love the Mexican flavor the green chili and cheese gives. I used Vlassic Roasted Red Peppers in a jar, and cut the peppers up for the recipe. They were great. Never thought hominy could taste this good.
OKAY!If you haven't tried hominy, you must..it's the best! You don't know what you are missing.. Mark, this recipe is a winner!! Put a smile on my man's face.. And this will definitely be in my recipe file for 'often use'. MMMMMMMMMM
Very good recipe! I had lost the one that was given to me years ago, and was glad to find this. Regarding can sizes: I used two 29-oz cans of hominy and one 4-oz can of green chilis (which I blended into the sour cream using a food processor, too fool a familiy member that doesn't want to see green things, but likes the flavor). I also added about 1/4 C diced raw bacon, which the version of this recipe I lost called for. Again, this is a very good recipe - thanks for sharing.
We served this with our Thanksgiving dinner but I think that in the future we'll serve it when we have a Mexican dinner....flavor was great - even got me a hominy-phobic to try it....it was good....the hominy lovers loved it.
Made this in response to the NFL games. Loved hominy as a kid in Ohio, but never get around to buying it. The red bell pepper added the 5-star taste!
This was good but I didn't really taste the hominy. I felt the taste was more focused on the cheese and chiles.
We used this along w/ Fiesta Chicken Bake (Fiesta Chicken Bake) for a themed dinner. A lot of the ingredients are the same and actually split down the middle (no more trying to figure out what to do w/ half a can of chiles, etc). Truth be told, we both liked this recipe better than the main dish. My wife had heard of but never had hominy; she's hooked! I used Mexican style hominy (a little lime juice and a tiny bit of hot zing). I may try using an egg as well as the casserole is a tad runny. Thanks for sharing!
I really wanted to like this recipe, but I just don't think I'm a fan of hominy. This was the first time I'd ever tried it, and I don't know what I was expecting...maybe something sweeter like corn. I'm sure for those that like hominy this would be wonderful with the sour cream and cheese combo, but it just didn't work for me.