As the holiday's quickly approach, many of us find ourselves trying to come up with new, great tasting recipes to serve for those special meals with loved ones. Every holiday that my family celebrates together, it is understood that my Aunt Wanda will bring her corn casserole. I don't know what would happen if she didn't bring it, but I don't want to find out. It is always the first casserole dish to be picked clean.
If you are looking for something to serve as a wonderful side dish to your holiday meal or take to a church potluck, I would suggest that you try out this recipe. You will use this recipe for years to come!
Aunt Wanda's CORN CASSEROLE
l -5 oz. pkg. yellow Rice
l Cup Mexican corn (in juice)
l Can cream of Chicken Soup
l Cup Sour Cream
l small onion (minced)
l Cup Cheddar Cheese
Cook Rice as directed on pkg. Add other ingredients to cooked rice except cheese. Stir well. Bake 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees covered. When done add one cup of grated cheddar Cheese on top and let melt while hot.
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