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I have not cook the recipe yet, but it sounds like is easy and yummmy. I'll write more after I make this recipe today for Valentine's day for my husband.
The other comments here were helpful, I added more seasonings to the corm meal, and baked it by itself for a few to let it set up. It was still too wet and a bit mushy, not very attractive. The leftovers firmed up, so it was better round two. I substituted some shredded chicken (5 large chicken breasts) in place of the round beef (healthier). I also used 1 1/2 times the corn mixture since I was making a little larger amount. It is a forgiving recipe.
i added olives to this its really good thanks for posting dee
I find this to be a bit bland although I added more salt than the stated amount. I even added cumin and coriander as suggested by previous reviews. The dish was very good!However, I'd also would add more salt to the corn meal if I make it again. Thanks for posting!
This casserole was good. I thought the cornmeal mixture would stiffen up when cooked in the oven like it does on tamales. Instead, it was just gooey, like the consistency of malt-0-meal. I added shredded cheese for the last 10 minutes of baking, and extra spices as recommended by the other reviewers. Topped off with green onion and cilantro. I served this with plain yogurt instead of sour cream. My expectations were different than the outcome.
This is a great recipe. Thanks for sharing. I increased the spices a little and added ground cumin and corriander. Otherwise I followed the recipe as described and it turned out really good. I'll be making this again.
Delicious! It was light on the spices which was fine for DH and I. We don't like alot of hot spices so this good. It was quick and easy to come together. Thanks for the recipe!
I did add black olives and more spice--it was a little bland for my taste--but a very good recipe which came together beautifully. I too used fresh tomatoes and served with some sour cream.
My whole family really liked this! It has just the right balance of spice for us, not so overpowering that you can't taste all the other flavors. I used fresh tomatoes, which I think made the mixture a little drier, so only simmered the meat mixture for about 10 minutes. This is an easy and quick recipe, and I'll definitely make it again! Thanks Jessica!