Trust the cooks on Recipezaar to help out when you need them :) I am making chowder and needed creamed corn, didn't have any so used your recipe and made some with the frozen corn I had. Thanks so much! Carole in Orlando
Di- I can't believe no one has reviewed this! It was so easy. I needed some creamed corn for recipe 3439 (corn chowder) and couldn't find any kosher cans- so I made this. The only change was I used frozen corn instead of fresh. It worked like a charm. Thanks for another winner Di!
Very nice dish - similar to what I remember my Grandmother making. I scraped 4 medium-large ears of yellow sweet corn. I added too much sugar. Next time I'll start with a tablespoon and taste.<br/>Red Apple Guy
I totally forgot about getting creamed corn for the "chicken suiza cornbread bake" so this recipe really saved me! I only had frozen corn so I followed MommaEllen's guidelines (2 cups frozen corn, 1/4 cup sugar, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 cup water) but instead of mashing them while they cooked, i threw 1.5 cups of the corn in the microwave to thaw it for about a minute before processing it. This turned out perfectly with little hassle (it cooked while I worked on the rest of the recipe). Much easier than the previous recipes I used that called for cornstarch to thicken.
Thanks for saving the day, I too went to make chowder (Chicken Corn Chowder Soup)and forgot to get creamed corn! Used 2 cups frozen corn, 4 TBS. sugar, 1/2 tsp. salt, and 1/2 cup water. Mashed with a potato masher during cooking. Really good!
I added some butter and milk and salt, but it sure came out like creamed corn before ANY additions!! No need for cornstarch to thicken either!!! Thanks
Fantastic, and quick! I used canned corn, since it's Feb in Minnesota, but it turned out great. My kids loved it. In the summer, I'll be sure to use your suggestion for cutting the kernels off the cob! What a fantastic idea. Thanks. Re-Anne from MN.
It would have been helpful to have some guideline as to amounts. Just adding "to taste" is hard after a few "tastes". Still, not a bad recipe to have on hand.