help- corn casserole-anyone out there?

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2011/07/24 11:48:58 (permalink)

help- corn casserole-anyone out there?

please help- am making  corn casserole for church lunch today- I tripeled the recipe,original called for 30 minutes baking...how much should I increase the baking time...thanks roadfooders!! 
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    mar52
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/24 12:47:08 (permalink)
    Don't sweat it.  Cook it until the top is lightly browned.  Test the temperature inside with something like a wood skewer to make sure that it was heated all the way through.
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/24 14:32:07 (permalink)
    The only reason it would take long to cook, is the casserole is deeper (thicker).  It will take more time for the center to come to temperature.     ... I cook by smell.  When the food starts smelling good and my mouth is watering to taste; I know it is done.   Check temp, to insure it is done.
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/24 18:06:10 (permalink)
    tHANKS .. ENDED UP COOKING IT AT 375 FOR ABOUIT 50 MINUTES INSTEAD OF THE THIRTY- THEN IT WAS IN A WARMING OVEN AT 250 FOR ABOUT 2 HOURS..PERFECTO- DEEP RICH DARK BROWN AND CRUSTY..V GOOD!! 
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/26 22:15:52 (permalink)
    Sooo, are you going to give us the recipe for the corn casserole?
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/26 22:59:51 (permalink)
    okee doke here ya go   3 boxesjiffy cornbread, 6 egss, 2/14 stick butter,11/2 cups chopped onion , 3 cans corn , 3cans creamed corn, 2 jars pimento , 2can diced chile, 2 pounds shredded cheese cheddar jack combo
    melt butter..empty mix in bowl and add butter.beat eggs in seperate bowland add everything else except save a good amount of cheese for topping.pour into greased pan and cook at 375 for 50 minutes,then cover with foil and put ijn oven at 250 for about 2 hours...don't know how it worked so well, but it did!! 
     
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/27 00:52:47 (permalink)
    I assume the recipe is the tripled amounts???
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/27 02:33:31 (permalink)
    yes..these are the 3 x amounts..now have been thinking how to get it back to the original which served ten and  what about the baking times then? also have talked to a pal who was a sous chef once in fancy places  and he said it is important that I cooked the thirty version in a stainless steel hotel pan- may be different in a standard 9/13 pyrex...
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    Re:help- corn casserole-anyone out there? 2011/07/27 08:23:54 (permalink)
    Is corn casserole similar to corn pudding? The ingredients almost match except when my wife makes corn pudding, she adds cream cheese. No onion, pimento, or chiles though.
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