# of Servings: 8
Recipe Entered By: SoCaliMama
Recipe Created By: SoCaliMama
|1 cup flour
1 cup corn meal
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
2 cups frozen corn
rice milk or alternative
1 or 2 large egg(s) or Egg Replacer
1/2 cup canola or other vegetable oil
cheddar Daiya cheese
mozzarella Daiya cheese
1 large can whole green chiles
sliced black olives (optional)
1/2 lb ground beef or turkey (optional)
1/2 taco seasoning packet (optional)
sliced jalapenos (optional)
|Preheat oven to 350F.
Drain whole chiles & set aside.
If using ground beef/turkey, cook ground beef/turkey with taco seasoning according to seasoning packet instructions and set aside.
Grease an oblong glass casserole baking dish with oil of choice.
In a large mixing bowl, combine & mix flour, corn meal, salt, & baking powder.
In a glass measuring cup, measure 2 cups of corn and add enough rice milk to fill to the top of the corn. Add oil, and egg(s) or replacer. Stir well or for a smoother texture, blend with an immersion blender (corn should not be blended smooth).
Add liquid ingredients to dry ingredients & stir until just combined.
Spread 1/3 of cornmeal batter in casserole dish. Layer with chiles & cheese, and 1/2 taco meat & jalapenos, if using. Cover with 1/3 batter and add another layer of chilies & cheese (& taco meat & jalapenos, if using). Top with final layer of batter and sprinkle with cheese and olives.
Bake at 350F for 1 hour or until toothpick comes out clean.
|Regular dairy products can replace Daiya cheese & rice milk. This recipe also works well without any cheese, using only taco meat & chilis in layers.
If using, verify that the taco seasoning is safe for your needs or mix your own using a recipe such as
Taco Meat Seasoning or
Taco Seasoned Meat.
Use dairy, egg, and soy free options and ingredients as needed. Daiya cheese does not contain dairy or soy, but does contain pea protein.
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