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yum.I used Trader Joe's frozen organic corn, which is super sweet and tasty, we made this for Christmas, and it was a big hit. Personally I could live on this stuff. Next year I'll try making it in advance, it was quite good reheated.
I made this last night for dinner, and you were right. This IS a great variation of the traditional corn side dish. Very light with a lovely texture, and pretty to serve. Instead of adding onion salt, I minced about 3 Tablespoons of onion to go into the dish. I also sprinkled garlic powder on the crumb topping for a bit of flavor. I can see adding smoked turkey or ham to this for a main dish meal. Hmmmm...
I was remembering my mom's corn pie and I'm thrilled to find a recipe that came so close to the original! Having no cracker crumbs I used a pie crust and I jazzed up the recipe a bit with 1 tsp. dried dill, 1 tbsp. onion powder, and a grind or two of fresh pepper. I also topped the pie with buttered bread crumbs and a sprinkling of paprika....the pie was delicious! Thanks so much for bringing back memories with this great recipe, WJKing! :)
Easy to make, tastes great... even the baby liked it! Definately will be making this again.
Made for family reunion, as they are always expecting me to show up with something different and GREAT! Everyone loved it. I barely even got a bite. Also, recipe is easily doubled and baked in 2 pie pans.
Liked this. Will probably make for holidays. Not so much onion salt though. A little overpowering flavor. Thanks.
R U serious?!!! This was sooooo amazing. I never thought corn could taste so great!. I made this for Thanksgiving (sorry it took me so long!) and I will make it every year from now on!....I will also make more when I make it. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe.
I really enjoyed this mild flavored corn pie.I used vegetable flavored crackers and canned corn. I did add a little Greek seasoning as it was a little bland. Thanks for a lovely way to serve corn!
Got rave reviews all around. I didn't have butter crackers so just used saltines and it was lovely. I also didn't have onion salt so substituted 1/2 t. minced dried onion and 1/2 t. kosher salt (added at step three). Served with a roast, tossed green salad, and rolls. Yum!
I was expecting to LOVE this recipe. I love corn, I love casserole type dishes, I love comfort food. I was really disappointed. It as bland and boring and I think I would have liked plain corn better. I will have to continue the search for a 'comfort' food that includes corn.