1 cup dry spaghetti pasta (broken into 1-inch pieces) 1 cup diced Velveeta cheese 1 can cream-style corn 1 can whole kernel corn, undrained 1/2 cup margarine, melted 2 tablespoons chopped onion, more if desired
In a large bowl, combine spaghetti, cheese, both corns, melted margarine and onion. Pour into greased or buttered 2-quart baking dish. Bake at 375 degrees F for a half hour covered, and then a half hour uncovered.
Valerie's Review REVIEW: December 31, 2007 This really got rave reviews. For the other reviewer who said it was too greasy - if you doubled it or used a different cheese, that would do it. We did double the recipe for a large testing group but we only added 1 stick of butter (which would be half of what the doubled recipe called for). This could easily be assembled the night before.
ALBy June 24, 2013 REVIEW:
I did NOT expect this to go over as well as it did. It just honestly didn't sound all that appealing,but it turned out great. Brought it to a potluck last friday for work. I assembled it before going to work, then cooked it at the office an hour before eating. Not a bite was left over.
Love to cook November 14, 2012 REVIEW:
I love this recipe! If I were to try to make in a Crockpot for a potluck, how long and on what setting (low vs. high) should I cook on to ensure the pasta is cooked correctly?
Firefighter Mom July 2, 2011 REVIEW:
I have requests for this recipe for every event we are invited to...to the point Im bored making it. But I come home with an empty crock pot EVERY time! I add either a can of diced green chiles or 1/4 c of diced pickled jalapenos,depending on the crowd and it gives it "just the right kick". People ages 1 to 100 devour serving after serving!
Mommy gormet January 10, 2008 COMMENT: I made this for the kids.Every week we choose a new recipe to try out.They chose this one.This was a greasy version of mac and cheese with corn! Not flavorful and if you don't eat immediatly it forms that gross processed cheese film on top. Sorry but yuck!
CDKitchen Staff Reply: Did you double the recipe by chance? You'll notice in our review we talk about NOT doubling the butter if you change the serving sizes. We personally tested this recipe and it turned out beautifully - was served to SIX official CDKitchen testers and was met with rave reviews by 100%. There was no grease - there might be if you used a generic version of the Velveeta (or the low fat velveeta), but with real Velveeta it worked perfectly. And we're not ones for "homey" meals, but this one really did work and was full of flavor. If you varied the recipe at all - I highly recommend you retry it following it to a "T" and you'll be much happier.
Looking for a good recipe November 26, 2007 REVIEW:
This casserole is very greasy - too much butter - it pooled in spots. Not very flavorful either. I definately would not make it again.....
Guest Foodie December 25, 2006 REVIEW:
When I was looking for a casserole vegetable side dish, my friend suggested this one. It is great for gatherings such as potlucks, or family dinners away from home. Everyone who tastes it loves it, and it is super easy to prepare.
recipecollektor March 24, 2006 REVIEW:
I fix this recipe often. My grandkids love it!! It's an all around good recipe. At potlucks it's always gone. We never tire of it, and it goes with just about anything from fish to roast.