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LOVED THIS SO EASY AND USES SOME OF THAT EAR CORN LOL made for southern leg cakepops on parade
The smell as I was cooking this was so good. The taste was good also but my corn was tough and chewy. Very glad I tried it. Made for Best Cookbook of 2012.
Amazing. This recipe went straight into my best of the best file. I tinkered with the recipe since I was fixing it for only 2 people and I couldn't find fresh corn in the store. I used approx. 10 oz. of frozen corn (unthawed), 1 small onion, btwn. 1/8 and 1/4 cup of both the bacon drippings and butter and then about 1/4 C. of soy creamer. I let the corn really brown, more so than the photos posted thus far. The flavor is 10 star plus and it was really easy to prepare. I admit to sneaking a big spoonful of the leftovers this morning at breakfast. I can't get enough. Yum! Thank you so much for posting your Grandmother's recipe. Made for Football Pool.
I used green onions and had the bacon grease from the day before. I also used 1% milk but would like to try it with 1/2 & 1/2. Was sweet and salty and so good! I have about 24 more ears of corn in the freezer so with make this again. Made for Almost Five Tag.
I did not have any bacon grease so I fried some bacon up and just left it in the pan. I also used green onions.
Other than using milk for an option, made recipe as posted. DS and son were real surprised with the onions, as they love onions, and left it as a surprise. Great side dish tonight with a chicken recipe. Great little recipe worth saving. You definately have another winner here. Made for 1-2-3 hits.
We just recently started getting local fresh corn on the cob, so I did use fresh white corn. Definitely reminds me of southern cooking. I cut the recipe back to 4 ears of corn, as well a the other ingredients and did use the green onion for some color. I cooked it in my cast iron skillet and it was very tasty. Made for Potluck Tag Game.
Excellent! Pure country! I use fresh frozen off the cob that I freeze in the summer.Now I use sweet corn but when the kids were small I used to get field corn which is not sweet, larger kernels, and not as much milk and then added a little sugar. P.S. Cast iron is the best! I like white or green onions and or a little diced green pepper is great too. Thanks for posting!