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Indian Corn

Indian Corn created by Leggy Peggy

I have been making this recipe for my family since 1969. It's quick, easy and great for cold winter nights!

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  • Brown ground beef, chopped onion, chopped celery in a large skillet. Add diced green pepper and frozen corn. Mix well.
  • Stir in both cans of stewed tomatoes, italian seasoning, garlic powder and chili powder.
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Bring to a simmer and let cook for 20 minutes.
  • While this is cooking, prepare your noodles, per directions on box/bag. Drain.
  • When ready to serve, place Indian Corn over cooked noodles.
  • Can be served on a plate or in a bowl.
  • May sprinkle with Parmesan or Romano cheese.
  • A simple lettuce salad and some fresh, crusty bread/butter complete the meal!
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  1. Leggy Peggy
    We enjoyed this meal on a cool spring night in Australia. I made half a recipe and a few minor changes. I used 2 cloves of fresh garlic (crushed), one 14-ounce tin of corn kernels (drained) because they were on hand, and 1 teaspoon of cumin and 28 ounces of tomatoes (as per loof's suggestion). The Italian seasoning contributes a lot of flavour. KathieJo, your family is lucky to have such a nice meal on a cold winter night. Made and enjoyed for Pick a Chef.
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  2. Leggy Peggy
    Indian Corn Created by Leggy Peggy
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  3. Charlotte J
    This was good and VERY filling and easy to make. The liquid in the pan is to die for, yum! This is like what RR would call a 'stoup'. lol I did use 2-14.5 ounce cans of stewed tomatoes and had plenty of liquid in the pan. Otherwise I made as written. Thank you for posting. Made for *PAC Fall 2007* game
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  4. loof751
    This was okay but I think when the recipe says 2 (8 ounce) cans of stewed tomatoes it means a 28 ounce can. When I put it together using 16 ounces of tomatoes, there was not nearly enough liquid to do any simmering! Just my luck I didn't have any more tomatoes so I used 1 1/2 cups of beef broth. If I were to make this again I would use more tomatoes and add more spices - maybe a little cumin or cayenne.
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  5. KathieJo
    I have been making this recipe for my family since 1969. It's quick, easy and great for cold winter nights!
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