Recipe by ShayLa
"A colorful mix or corn, green peppers, pimento and bacon."
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bacon, cut into 1/2 inch pieces
minced white onion
green bell pepper, chopped
whole kernel corn, drained
chopped pimento peppers
salt and pepper to taste
This has always been one of our favorites, especially when the corn is fresh. I use red pepper instead of green and add alittle garlic to the saute. Yummy!
I doubled the recipe to use as a side dish for 9 people - definitely enough!
I found the end result to be a bit greasy, next time I'll dump 1/2 the bacon grease and leave just enough to coat the pan.
I would also like to add more flavor to this dish. Some of the versions I read called for Seasoning Salt. I added Lawry's Seasoned Salt in addition to salt and pepper, but next time I'll go a little heavier.
Overall - not my all time favorite, but a good dish to accompany corned beef and cabbage (see slow cooker recipe for an easy meal!)
Great recipe! Cabgirl what is your hubby's secret ingredient??? Let the rest of us know. We just might like to try it.
I like this better with red pepper. I use a whole large red pepper. Really good. Even my kids like it. Could be because it has bacon........;)
My husband has been making this for years. He uses red onion, a chopped jalapeno, and a dash of a secret ingredient (famous in Lincoln, NE) Yummy!
This recipe was easy to make although a bit too greasy. It was very tastey although next time I will remove the bacon grease from the pan before finishing the recipe.
I made this for a group of friends as a topping for tacos, and it was everyone's favorite!
The flavor was wonderful. I felt the bacon took away nutritional value, but it as really very tastey.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 43
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