I've made this several times and love it....but am wondering one thing....can it be made ahead of time? I would like to mix it today, refrigerate it overnight and put it in the oven tomorrow.
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jenice November 28, 2013 REVIEW:
Good standard recipe. I used chopped red and green bell pepper instead of the pimiento. Sauteed it with onion then added to casserole. Topped casserole with more crushed crackers that were tossed with melted butter. then topped with cheese and more butter. Excellent.
cjrose December 25, 2009 REVIEW:
I left out the pimento and onion and substituted gluten free crackers...I made it on thanksgiving and Im making it again here on christmas morning...dont forget to drain the corn !
Guest Foodie December 25, 2009 COMMENT: The onions for a casserole or salad should always be sauteed first.
Guest Foodie January 10, 2008 REVIEW:
I had this dish as a guest for Christmas and I found it to be quite wonderful. It was so full of flavor and better than just serving plain corn. I went back for seconds.
Melissa October 11, 2007 REVIEW:
It may just be me, but this was disgusting. I made this last night and although everything looked great going in, it was awful. The onions do not cook through and it is soupy...the eggs did not firm up and I think you need more crackers. Sorry, but this was awful and a waste of ingredients. I literally, dumped it into the trash...I tasted one small bite and knew I couldn't serve it to my family. Ick. Awful.