My mom brought two amazing side dishes to our Thanksgiving table and there was hardly any left for us to fight over!
Hot corn is the first we'll look at because it is somewhat of a staple for our Thanksgiving get togethers. I honestly don't know who came up with this or who started the tradition, but it is soooo good!! You may consider adding this to your family get togethers.
Corn (probably up to 6 cans or two 28oz bags of frozen corn, this is purely guesstimation)
Cream cheese (one 8oz package)
Jalapenos (to taste)
You can use any kind of corn, canned, frozen, even on the cob (you would have to cut it off of course).
For this recipe we'll assume you have your corn either drained, cooked or cut off already and start from there.
Cut the cream cheese into cube pieces.
Slice and seed the jalapeno into sizes of your choosing. We like them diced up into small pieces.
Pour the corn into a casserole dish.
Add the cubed pieces of cream cheese to the corn.
Add the jalapeno pieces to the corn.
Bake covered at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes or until cream cheese is melted.
Once you pull it out of the oven mix it all together so the cream cheese and jalapenos are evenly spread out and then put back into the oven for another 5 minutes.