Cheesy Corn O'Shane
Cheese, Bacon, Peppers, Cream Cheese and Corn! What more do you want!?! This is a simple cheesy corn recipe to follow for a side dish to make. Can be customized easily also!
- 52 oz. frozen corn
- 3-4 cup shredded cheese
- 1 brick cream cheese
- 6 strips of bacon
- ½ onion diced
- ½ red bell pepper
- ½ orange pepper diced
Cook bacon and chop. Use bacon grease to sauté the peppers and onion. Combine all ingredients in a pan including salt and pepper to taste. Smoke between 275-350 for 1hr to 2hrs or until cheese is melted. Stir every 30 minutes to ensure the cream cheese is combined.
Never Put Corn in the Corner
Corn is one of those foods that’s easy to take for granted. Yet it’s so versatile and flavorful that all pitmasters need to keep this corn casserole with cream cheese recipe in mind. Whether you have tons of people to feed during a January snowstorm or an autumn tailgate, you can easily turn to corn as your go-to supporting player.
Have fun experimenting with this cheesy corn casserole made with frozen corn. From using fresh corn straight from the cob to adding other types of soft cheeses to the mix, you can turn cheesy corn o’Shane into whatever you want!
Please the Vegetarians in Your Crowd
Say the word “grilling,” and many people automatically envision slabs of meat cooking on a smoker. Though meat dishes definitely shine when they come from the grill, meat is not the only ingredient pitmasters use. In fact, grilling vegetables like corn elicits new flavors.
The next time you want to prepare a vegetarian meal, consider this cheesy corn recipe. Not only is it suitable for non-meat eaters, but it’s a huge favorite among people who just love cheesy casseroles in general.
Four Ways to Rev Up Cheesy Corn Casserole With Frozen Corn
Most pitmasters have a bit of renegade in them. You’re never satisfied sticking with a recipe as-is. So go ahead — try these ways to switch up the ingredients and taste of your finished casserole:
- Add different types of veggies to the mix: Include everything from sweet orange bell peppers to onions. In fact, turn it into a fiesta mix of colors by choosing a range of vegetables with stunning hues.
- Try a bacon that has a particular flavor: Why not try maple-cured bacon or applewood bacon? Go for the best bacon cuts you can find. Thick, hearty bacon slices are especially appealing in this cheesy corn recipe.
- Pick a new wood pellet type: Always use pecan wood pellets? Maybe it’s time for cherry or hickory. Each wood pellet type elicits new undertones in foods, especially dishes like corn casserole that have been smoked for a long time.
- Add cubes of cooked meat: Put some ham or chicken into the corn casserole with cream cheese. You will get both a protein and taste bud boost.
Make use of the bounty of corn available on the market all year long. Try our unique cream cheese corn casserole recipe today!