At Christmas time....I became a little bit obsessed with finding recipes that were different. I was tired of green bean casserole and scalloped potatoes.
Once my husband had decided to splurge and make a Prime Rib...I knew that I was free and clear to find some new and exciting dishes!
I'm sooooo glad that we did. I can honestly say that it was my most enjoyable holiday meal in a while. In fact, I'm thinking of making the Brussels Sprouts again for Easter.
This dish was made for New Year's Eve when we smoked/grilled another Prime Rib. I loved it so much that I ate the leftovers myself with lunch for a few days after. That's right. I did not share them with my family.
If you like a little spice in your food...you will love this. My kids...didn't like it and I went light on the jalapeno. Next time, I'll make it really spicy and not give them any. Again. I don't like to share.
Spicy Creamed Corn
1 stick of salted butter, room temperature
1 brick of cream cheese, room temperature
2 cups of sharp cheddar cheese, shredded
3 jalapeno, seeded if you are not adventurous, diced
4 cups of corn, drained if using canned
In a medium sized bowl combine the butter and the cream cheese. Add the cheddar, jalapeno and corn. Pour into a 13 x 9 pan and bake uncovered in a 350 degree oven for 45 minutes. Stir before serving.