Originally Posted by TeddyMadison
Marinated corn on the cob you say? Looks like I'll have to try that.
That tater tot thing is new to me too. I am assuming you do more than just mash tots into a casserole?
Thanks everybody! It was really good. I learned about the marinated corn thing one time on a camping trip - guy at the local grocery store told us to pull the husks back, de-silk the corn, pour on the zesty Italian dressing, pull the husks back up, wrap in foil and toss into the hot coals. Made some real tasty corn, so now I just husk it entirely and put it in the ziploc for a few hours and toss it on the heat. You don't need any other salt or butter when it is done.
Teddy... the tatertot thing is basically this: mix 1 can cream of chicken soup w/ 1 can of milk, add 1 cup sour cream, add some grated cheese (any type), mix all that together. Pour sauce mix over tater tots in a pan and make sure all the tots are coated. Crumble some crackers and put them on top, and also dust the top with a little Old Bay Seasoning. Bake in a 350° oven till it gets bubbly - about 30 minutes.