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Friday, March 6, 2009

Foodie Friday

It is Foodie Friday!
Our Hostess is
Designs By Gollum



Today we are sharing
Southern Belle Tamale Pie
(a family recipe)



2-3 jars/ cans of tamales
1 can of chili (with or without beans)
1 Can of WHOLE Kernel corn (drained)
1 Can stewed tomatoes (drained)
1 bag of shredded mozzarella cheese
1 bag of Fritoes


Make sure you are using WHOLE KERNEL CORN. I realized when I opened my can of corn I had grabbed sweet cream style. So I put that in the fridge and got the RIGHT kind. The picture was prior to my discovery!


Unwrap tamales and line the bottom of baking dish


In a separate bowl mix chili, tomatoes (I slightly chop mine), and corn


Pour over tamales

top with mozzarella and bake at 350 degrees until bubbly and cheese melts

Then serve warm with Fritoes!


ENJOY!!!

8 comments:

santamaker said...

Yum, this a recipe that my husband would LoVe. I will make it for sure. Thanks!

Chandy said...

Wow! I'll try this recipe on our next Mexican night! Yummy food for today! Thanks for sharing the recipe! Happy FF!

Gollum said...

Oh, be still my heart. This is one of my faves, that and Frito Pie. Thank you so much for this mouthwatering, heartwarming recipe.

Melissa Miller said...

Yummy! :)
We love Mexican food and this is a must try.

Susan said...

oh this sounds really good...and fairly easy!

Happy To Be said...

This looks just YUMMY and sounds easy which I really love...thanks for sharing hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Leigh of said...

UMMMMMMMMM!!!

The Rustic Victorian said...

This is my first visit and I am enjoying it very much. I linked over from Candys comments. I am kind of new to Alabama, and I will have to try some of the southern cooking you show, as my husband is originally from here. Thank you for the recipes.
Marcie