Corn Casserole

Published on April 12, 2014 by Carol

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Corn Casserole

Tribal Affiliation: Canadian Mic’Maq decent

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Orgin of Recipe: Offered by Barbara Shiningstar Sargent … who learned this from my mother

Type of Dish: Today’s Native Dishes


  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • 1-16oz cream corn
  • 1-16oz can whole corn (drained)
  • add last (1-9oz box corn muffin mix)
  • Directions:
    Pour into a 7×11 baking dish. Bake 35-40 minutes @375 or until lightly brown

    Note: I often make this dish for gatherings and (or) pot luck.

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    Did You Know?

    An interesting fact about the Three Sisters - Corn, Beans and Squash - is that they are interdependent of one another. Beans grow up the Corn stalks and add the nutrients to the soil and Squash is planted in between the corn to keep weeds out.

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