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When I was a kid my grandma would always serve creamed corn or creamed spinach with her dinners. I hated it. She even served this dish called “wilted lettuce” and it was creamed with mayo or something. I don’t understand why grandma had to cream all of her food but she did. I don’t think it was the flavors that bothered me but rather the texture of the food. I just couldn’t handle the slippery, sliminess of it all. So, I’m super thankful for this southwestern creamed corn casserole1When you bake it, the texture totally changes. Yussss!
My husband really liked this casserole and has requested that I make it again and sometime very soon.
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Quick Tip: Serve with sour cream, salsa, and sliced black olives.