11 Reviews

I cut the corn in half but kept the rest of the recipe as is. This was a bit salty for us but we did enjoy it.

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bmcnichol December 09, 2010

This corn was great and so simple! My niece, who is very picky, loved the corn and had seconds. A big winner!

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makamps November 26, 2010

I made the seasonings exactly as stated but skipped the boiling part. I put in frying pan w/ butter,,,herbs and let it cook for a little while. It was wonderful. Made for Thanksgiving and made it earlier in day and just reheated when turkey was done. Made life easier on the big day. Next year I may just put in alluminum tray and cook when turkeys close to done in oven? It's an idea I will post when I try it. Thank you,,, I will def make again.

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Karen Guerra November 26, 2009

Oh, wow! Not enough stars for this one. I could make a meal off of this alone. I used canned corn instead of frozen with no problems whatsoever. I have made seasoned corn many times before, but this recipe just nails it in terms of flavor combinations.

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Heaven's Kitchen July 15, 2009

Very tasty. A change from plain, buttered corn. I've served it several times and it's always a hit. Will use again and again. Thanks Ginny.

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Chef Mary Pie 1053333 January 12, 2009

I really like this dish for potlucks, because it is easy, inexpensive, can be doubled or tripled, and because people rarely seem to bring corn as a side dish. I place all ingredients including the frozen corn in a covered corningware casserole dish in the microwave and microwave until the butter is melted, stirring several times. I do not use any extra water; I have found the recipe doesn't need it and that way the flavors of the herbs are not diluted. I also normally omit the salt, finding that salted butter is sufficient. Good recipe!

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CAFrogley June 30, 2008

What a wonderful change from plain old corn. The flavours were subtle but such a nice change. I will probably increase the amount of spices just a bit next time. Everyone enjoyed the change. Many Thanks Ginny

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Diana #2 March 14, 2008

This is the BEST CORN! Delicious and very easy to make. Thank you Ginny Sue! Edited on 12/31/07 to say that this is my favorite recipe from the whole year on Zaar, I've made it over and over again and it really can't be beat. Everyone loves it!

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puppitypup December 31, 2007

This corn is fabulous. I just love dill, and the combination of spices is perfect. I made a 1/4 batch and I guessed on the amounts for the spices rather than measuring, but I don't think you can miss with this one. I do think I could just down the butter a bit more next time...it was wonderful but I think it would still be good with a few less calories. Definitely a company recipe!

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Karen67 May 30, 2007

I was so delighted to see this recipe. I was looking for a vege. for Thanksgiving. I made this for Thanksgiving before and everyone loved it. It also saved me the time from having to go through all my TOH magazines to find it again. Thanks for posting.

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children from A to Z November 21, 2006
Herbed Corn for a Crowd