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Chili Cornbread Casserole

September/October 2010

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (107 votes)

Here’s a fun way to serve chili and cornbread together. Don’t let the ingredient list intimidate you—this casserole is easy to make and a real crowd pleaser.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I love this recipe but unless the sodium is cut drastictly I would' not be able to eat it. If you could give us sodium free or close to it recipes, it would appriciated Anonymous "
Chili Cornbread Casserole Recipe

21 Reviews for Chili Cornbread Casserole

10/29/2010
Anonymous

My husband and I make a chili recipe very similiar to this one - called "Five Alarm Chili". We also eat cornbread often with other dishes, but have never combined chili and cornbread. This sounds awesome!! Especially the cornbread with the cilantro! Can't wait to make this for a cool night dinner!

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10/20/2010
Anonymous

This recipe is great. Flavorful, hearty, healthy and relatively easy to make. I will definitley make this a staple with my family! And it stores and reheats really well.

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10/19/2010
Anonymous

sorry - wrong recipe!! I didn't pay enough attention to the recipe title. My review should have gone under the recipe for "shrimp chili cornbread casserole".

this one is in my to-try pile.

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10/19/2010
Anonymous

We were happy with this dish, and we will make it again. Leftovers were ok, the cornbread soaked up most of the liquid. Not sure if I did something wrong or if anyone else with leftovers had this issue? The second day it was like a different meal - to me it seemed like polenta with tomato & shrimp. Which I was fine with, it still tasted great!!! But my husband & daughter didn't care for it (they don't eat polenta at all). I put the recipe in my Keep file.

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09/16/2010
Anonymous

I tried this tonight and thought it was excellent! So warm and yummy for a cool fall evening!
~Gina Lynch

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