Posts Tagged casserole
I love this casserole. It’s been a few years of love. My mother has always made this, and I’ve made it myself for many years. It’s a staple in my repoitre. It makes easily 6 – 8 servings depending on what you add to it.
I’m not even a big fan of chili or cornbread by itself, but it’s one of my favorite things when combined. Here’s the recipe as I make it.
Chili Campbell Casserole
1 box Jiffy cornbread mix (egg + milk)
6 slices American cheese
1 can drained corn
1 can chili (I used wolf brand)
1 can drained and washed black beans
green onion chopped (topping)
sour cream (topping)
shredded cheese (topping)
Preheat to 400.
Mix chili, beans, and corn and layer on the bottom of a 9×9 or similar size. I used Reynold’s dual paper, half foil/half parchment paper to line the pans, it’s great.
Layer the american cheese on top of the chili mix. I added this because it made it so much easier to add the cornbread mixture without mixing up the cornbread & chili. Cover the chili as completely as possible.
Create cornbread as it’s on the box, egg & milk and mixed until thoroughly moistened. Spread evenly across and make sure it’s not too thick in the middle. Bake according to mix instructions. Let cool, and cut to serve. I like mine for the next day, so I let it cool to room temp then stored. It’s easy to cut and reheat.
Top with shredded cheese, sour cream, and chopped green onions. I even use fat free american cheese, 2% shredded, fat free sour cream & lean chili & it’s still delicious. I invite you do my favorite meal with your family!
Today I’m just posting a few ideas on how to use your leftover Easter fare, because honestly, even I get tired of the same thing day in & day out. Here’s a few ways to hide the leftovers in new clothes.
Or if all else fails, get a freezable container & store for a later month when you start craving your fancy Easter favorites! Just check here for the lifespan of those delectable leftovers.