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Loved this! Used a bag of frozen corn. Tasted just like fresh sweet corn. I can't wait to make it for my niece, she is a true Iowa girl...loves her corn! Thanks for the recipe!
I used 1/2 T. of Salt. Corn just needs just a little bit of help sometimes. Your recipe did the trick. Thank You for the recipe. Very Very Good. Hugs
I made our corn this way for DH's family X-mas......so good. I loved how the sugar made it taste like fresh from the cob. Thank you for posting.
Old timers used to fix their corn and other vegetables like this. By adding a little sugar they were able to get their children to eat vegetables. This is good, but even less sugar and butter can be used. Thanks for posting.
could it get more simple than this? This reminds me of my mil's fresh canned corn..lots of sugar and butter. made for holiday tag
What a great idea and can't believe I never thought to do this with frozen or canned corn, as I have done this to older corn on the cob. I served this along with Diner's Swiss Steak and mashed potatoes!! I only used 1-2 tablespoons butter and less than a tablespoon of sugar with a 15 ounce can, for our tastes and that worked out great. I think using this on the store brand canned or frozen corn would make it taste good and save some money from not getting the better brand name corn. Made for Holiday Tag.
I was looking for something new to do with canned corn. This is quick, easy and very good. I'll be making it again.
I only used 2T of butter and 1 T of corn. Dh and I still thought it was too sweet (but still tasty), but the kids inhaled several portions, even Mr. Picky! I will definitely make it again but cut back further on the sugar.
Yummy! It doesn't get any simpler than this. I was really surprised how much difference adding the sugar made. Thanks 2Bleu for another keeper. Made for Photo Tag.