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Thursday, November 12, 2009

A Delicious, if Unusual, Creamed Corn

Marilyn, my sister-in-law, introduced me to this quirky recipe many years ago.   Sadly, she passed away earlier this year; so this is for you, Marilyn!

Cob of Corn with Water Droplets
John Hay

Corny as it sounds, I love corn, especially fresh on the cob and this is almost as good.  Now, this time of year, I use frozen corn.  It’s a great side dish for a holiday meal and cooks up in a jiffy.  It’s easy to prepare and always a hit.  

It is a bit unusual though in that after the ingredients are combined, it forms a solid frozen clump but, it smoothes out after cooking a while.  So don’t be alarmed when that happens. 

Delicious Unusual Creamed Corn


2 pkgs. frozen kernel corn
8 oz. whipping cream, NOT WHIPPED!
8 oz. milk
1 t. salt
¼ t. Accent
6 t. sugar
¼ t. cayenne
2 T. melted butter
2 T. flour


Combine all but last 2 ingredients. 
Bring to boil, simmer 5 minutes.
Blend butter with flour and add to corn.
Mix well and serve.


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