This Creamy Cornucopia Casserole is made with white hominy, green and red peppers, fluffy white rice and creamed corn. Onion soup adds extra depth of flavor.
Are you looking to make a vegetarian meal that’s both filling and easy to make? This Creamy Cornucopia Casserole is a savory, rice-based masterpiece! With creamed corn, onion soup, green and red peppers and starchy hominy, it’s satisfying, creamy, savory and loaded with flavor.
Preheat oven to 375°F. Prepare rice according to package directions, substituting broth for water.
In a large skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Sauté peppers until crisp-tender. Stir in rice, hominy, corn and soup.
Spread mixture into a greased, 2-quart casserole dish. Bake for 20 minutes.
Vegetarians are sure to give thanks after trying this Creamy Cornucopia Casserole! It’s a delectable, meat-free option for weeknight dinners or holiday gatherings. Its so good, that you won’t miss the meat!
Using simple pantry ingredients with tons of flavor, including creamed corn, sautéed peppers and cream of onion soup, gives this dish its layers of seasoning. One secret ingredient — hominy — brings everything together.
What is hominy, exactly? Well, to put it simply, it’s large, starchy, whole kernels of corn that have been treated with lye to soften their outer hulls. Typically cooked and canned in liquid, they add a nutty-sweet corn flavor to Mexican-style cuisine or, in this case, our vegetable casserole. Our Mediterranean eggplant recipe is another fun vegetarian choice.
In addition to this special ingredient, we use Minute® Instant White Rice to bind this casserole together and absorb the flavors of the savory onion soup and creamed corn.
Need something more quick and easy to make? Follow our guide on how to cook egg fried rice and enjoy this take-out-inspired dish in less than 10 minutes!
Are you looking to add more whole grains to your diet? Though this recipe calls for Minute® Instant White Rice you can also make it using our Minute® Instant Brown Rice or Minute® Instant Rice & Quinoa, instead. Simply prepare according to the package instructions and continue with the recipe as written.