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Make Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole in a Crockpot! An Easy, Healthy, Delicious Dinner Recipe!

Learn how to make this Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole. It is a very easy, delicious crockpot recipe. Karen Breyer will show you step-by-step how to cook Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole. If you are looking for a new, easy crockpot or slow cooker recipe, I think you will love this easy recipe. If tamales are one of your favorite foods but you don't have the time to make them from scratch, try this Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole and enjoy the taste of tamales anytime.

This Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole is a very healthy and easy recipe! This recipe is like a tamale pie but made in a crock pot or slow cooker. If you are looking for great dinner ideas, try this recipe today! To make it even better serve it with salsa, sour cream and guacamole. Try this Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole today!

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5 thoughts on “Make Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole in a Crockpot! An Easy, Healthy, Delicious Dinner Recipe!

  1. I love this Crockpot Corn Tamale Casserole with salsa, sour cream and guacamole! It is good on tortilla chips too! Yum!

  2. Omigosh, I made this tonight. Literally same exact ingredients but I made a soup and instead of mixing in the cornmeal. I rolled the cornmeal into dumplings and placed them in the wet ingredients to cook. They turned out so flavorful like small cornmeal tamale dumplings. Everyone loved it. I never thought about mixing the cornmeal in the wet ingredients and making a casserole.(Dumplings= 1 1/4 cups cornmeal, 1 tsp baking powder, dash of cumin, and 4 tablespoons of the vinegar from jar of jalapenos.)  I’ll try your recipe and you should try mine. 😉  Great minds……

    1. Yes great minds! I love the idea of cornmeal dumplings! I will try your soup recipe too. Did you simmer it on the stove? If so, how long?

    2. +Cooking Lessons for Dad I’ve made it both ways – stove top and crockpot. I’m not really one much for timing, but I know I let it simmer well over an hour on the stove. Last night I made it crockpot style, – after about an hour when everything was nice and bubbly in the crock, I added the cornmeal dumplings and let it simmer in the crock for about 3 hours (1 of which was on high) while we did yard work. (Just be sure to add plenty of water – yes, I had to add another 1 1/2 cups mid way. I tend to cook by the seat of my pants.)
      I’ll tell you the funny story how this recipe accidently was created and became one of our favorites. Years ago my kids wanted old fashioned chicken and dumplings. I was cooking away (boiling the chicken in broth and diced celery) when I realized I didn’t have any flour – only cornmeal. I didn’t think the cornmeal would make a huge difference, so I made the dumplings out of it. Well, the cornmeal dumplings were a hit, but it somehow didn’t mesh with the chicken and celery so I added taco seasonings and voila! we had a hit recipe. Every now and then I make my original chicken and cornmeal dumplings with taco seasonings instead of our newer version (this one), and it is a hit, too.

    3. That is a funny story! The taco seasoning wound be really taste amazing with the corn dumplings. I really need to explore this new cornmeal dumpling discovery!! Thank you so much for telling me about it. Have a great day!

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