Swiss Corn Casserole - Step By Step Recipe With Photos
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Italian cuisine is very popular in Switzerland and today you will learn how to cook a casserole of corn grits in one of the regions of this unique country. The recipe is simple, the dish turns out to be hearty.
In the amazing country of Switzerland cuisines of France, Germany, Italy are mixed. This dish can be attributed to Italian cuisine, because there are many dishes prepared from corn grits. The recipe for the casserole is very simple, you can take different sausages for this dish - semi-smoked, uncooked smoked, you can add bacon, pieces of fried or baked meat.
Purpose: For lunch
Main ingredient: Meat / Vegetables / Potatoes / Fruits / Raisins / Dried fruits / Offal / Dairy products / Milk / Cereals / Flour / Corn grits / Butter / Sausage
Dish: Baking / Hot dishes / Casserole
Cuisine geography: Swiss / European
- Sausage - 200 Grams
- Corn grits - 150 Grams (not coarse!)
- Wheat flour - 75-80 grams
- Raisins - 50 Grams
- Potatoes - 1 Piece (slightly over medium size)
- Butter - 50 grams
- Milk - 220 Milliliters
- Salt - 0.5 Teaspoons
How to make Swiss Corn Casserole
1. Ingredients for the casserole. You can take different sausages for this dish, but raw smoked sausage should be mandatory. You can add smoked loin, pieces of pre-fried meat. 2. Steam raisins for 5 minutes with boiling water. Cut the sausage into small cubes. 3. Drain the raisins and mix a small part of the raisins with 1/4 of the sausage and set aside in a separate bowl. Peel the potatoes and cut into cubes. 4. I had a piece of bell pepper and I decided to use it too:) cut the pepper into cubes. 5. Mix sausage, potatoes, pepper in a bowl, add corn grits, salt and flour. I have extra flour. 6. Grease a baking dish with butter and melt the remaining butter. Add milk and flour to the mixture of ingredients and stir thoroughly.