Macaroni Corn Bake
Macaroni Corn Bake makes a great side dish! Very easy to prepare and was loved by all in my home. You can really stretch your budget with pasta and when you can sneak in a veggie then it makes it even better. Macaroni Corn Bake is a delicious side, and it is great when you can sneak in a veggie in your side dish! You can sub the corn for peas or carrots if you want and I have even added ground beef or ham to make it a complete meal.
Hope you enjoy this one my family sure does. It could be served with Country Style Pork Chops. You could substitute another veggie too – maybe peas or carrots!
Cheeseburger Macaroni Bake
- 2 cups grated cheddar cheese
- 1 box dry macaroni or any pasta from your stockpile
- 1 box Velveeta cheese
- 2 cans rotel
- 1 tsp. onion powder
- 1 tsp. garlic powder
- Boil water and cook noodles until al dente
- Cook ground beef until brown and drain fat. Add onion and garlic powder and stir well.
- Add drained ground beef to the noodles.
- Add Velveeta to the noodles and cook on low until melted. Stir well.
- Add 1 cup cheese and rotel and stir.
- Transfer mixture to a 9x13 or disposable pan.
- Bake covered at 350 for 30 minutes.
- Uncover and stir then bake an additional 30 minutes uncovered.
- Add cheese and allow to melt the last 5-10 minutes of baking.
- Serve with garlic bread and salad and enjoy.
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I tried this corn and pasta dish last night. I liked it a lot although the pasta did not cook consistently. Perhaps my oven. I would make this again, but I would cook the pasta separately to just before al dente and add some chopped bacon and a bit of chopped pickled jalapeno to balance out some of the sweetness of the corn.