Chili Corn Dog Pie  

Posted by Johnny

This is a super easy recipe that my kids loved!

(2) Cans Chili with beans (or homemade 4 cups)
(6-8) Hot Dogs, sliced in half lengthwise
(1-2) boxes corn muffin mix or (1) Cup self-rising Cornmeal mix like Aunt Jemima

If using Jiffy mix follow directions on the box for mixing it. If using Cornmeal mix, mix with 1/2 cup milk 1 large egg & 2 TBL Vegetable Oil.

(1) Cup Cheddar Cheese

1. Heat Oven to 400F.

2. Pour the chili in an 11x7 (2-quart) glass or ceramic baking dish. Then arrange the hot dogs on top of the chili.

3. Pour cornmeal mix, from above, evenly over the hot dogs. It is easier if you start in the middle and work out. Top with cheese.

4. Bake the casserole until the corn bread topping is lightly browned and firm with the chili bubbling around edges. Approximately 25-30minutes. Cool 5 minutes before serving.

Serves 6-8.

Serve these with ketchup, mustard, onion or topping you might want on a chili dog.

I found this recipe in my new cookbook, The Dinner Anne Byrn

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What a mouthwatering recipe. Surely, this will turn out into delicious, cheesy and smokey pie. Thanks for posting.

Hello, looks like a tasty and unforgettable recipe. Do you have some more pictures for further procedure of this recipe? Thanks.

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