I remember my grandmother cooking for hours making this delicious comfort food. I made followed the instructions a and enjoy the taste of the drink, but it had lots of "pulp". I remember my grandma straining this drink to keep it more smooth. It did take care of my craving.
A hot, filling drink for a cold night. It wasn't clear from the ingredients what form of corn was intended (raw, cooked, roasted, dried). I used boiled sweet corn. I cut the sugar in half, and it was still VERY sweet. We refrigerated what we didn't drink hot, and ate it as a breakfast pudding the next day.
This is certainly a different kind of drink for me, at least, but it's also GREAT TASTING! This is the kind of recipe that makes the tour so interesting & enjoyable! I especially liked the cinnamon flavoring in this! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed while touring South & Central America on the Zaar World Tour 4]