This is really really good. I made it as part of an Indian meal...and we all loved it. Simple yet so much flavour. I have never had curried corn and was very pleased with the results....can anything be bad with coconut milk??? Thank you for sharing.
Lots of flavor for very little work. I scaled the recipe down a bit and used some leftover corn on the cob. Nice bright side dish! Made for the Babes of ZWT4.
Wow! I was surprised how delicious this turned out to be! I am not a fan of regular creamed corn, but I will make this again...and again! Thanks for sharing! Prepared for ZWT4.
What a great way to prepare corn! I wasn't sure about the coconut milk - but combined with the rest of the ingredients made for an excellent side dish. Have added this Curried Corn to my summer recipe collection. Will definitely make this one again!
This was a great way to use up leftover corn from my BBQ last night! I gave this a try with corn we had already grilled the night before. Despite that the corn had already been cooked, I followed the instructions exactly as posted and doubled the curry powder. I also doubled the garlic. The dish turned out fabulous! I would definitely make this corn again, especially if I were looking to use up leftovers. Made for ZWT4.
I really enjoyed this. I cut the recipe in half and I used low fat margarine and reduced fat coconut milk and it still worked fine. I also went for a more mild curry powder because I am a spice wimp. Made for ZWT4.
Very tasty, quick to prepare and nutritous, mmm
Very good side dish for your kabobs. I didn't add tomatoes cause of the ruckus the others made(weinies) I think the the tomatoes being left out prevented it from being to thin like Beck D indicated. It worked for us that way. Wonderful corn dish.
This was a nice corn side dish. I followed the directions exactly and they turned out splendid! Very pretty side dish!
This was very nice. Although I cut the recipe down for two I still used 1/2 tsp curry powder and would use more next time. I really liked the flavour although mine needed more cornflour to thicken it up properly. Thanks for posting!