Hominy - Green Chile Casserole

Hominy - Green Chile Casserole created by SaraFish

This simple tasty side dish is great for potlucks. So far three people who said they didn't like hominy have asked me for the recipe. Oops. Make that two people. The third person gets it made for her since she is married to me.

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  • Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
  • Set aside half of the cheese.
  • Mix the remaining cheese with the remainder of the ingredients.
  • Spread mixture into an 8x8 or 9x9 baking dish.
  • Top with remaining cheese.
  • Bake for 30 minutes.
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@Mark H.
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"This simple tasty side dish is great for potlucks. So far three people who said they didn't like hominy have asked me for the recipe. Oops. Make that two people. The third person gets it made for her since she is married to me."
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  1. a_barbieri
    Yummm. SO glad to find this! Had this in Santa Fe at the home of a single dad about 10 years ago, a quick fix meal for drop in guests and one that he said he fixes often. He rattled off the short list of ingredients which seemed like easy to remember so didn't write it and kind of forgot it. But it is a GREAT simple comfort food dish that works "as is" or that can easily adapt to a wide range of food prefs, techniques. and innovations (as noted in the other comments); we've even added shrimp and lovvvvvved it, also - had added left over rotisserie chicken! Cheese+sour cream =kind of high fat (if that is a concern) but I just , well, eat less and serve a good veg side or salad.
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  2. Barbara M.
    Where do you find canned red pepper or do you mean pimento?
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  3. calneely35
    We loved this one Mark! My only changes were a bit of chopped onion and some cumin. (seemed like a Tex-Mex kind of recipe to me). Go to the head of the class dude!
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  4. porkchopkg
    Was outstanding!!!
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  5. Van P.
    This was excellent. Have also tried it with layered corn tortillas, added yellow squash, onion, and substituted NM red chile sauce instead. Garnished with fresh chopped cilantro.
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