When I make this recipe I put lots and lots of Parmesan cheese in it and I do not put it under the broiler. I even make it the night before serving. Excellent. This is from a wonderful restaurant in Fullerton, California who gives out the recipe on postcards. Everyone asks for the recipe when I bring it to dinners.
- Combine corn, cream, salt, sugar and white pepper in a pot and bring to a boil.
- Simmer 5 minutes.
- Make a roux from butter and flour, add to corn, mix well and remove from heat.
- Transfer corn mixture to casserole.
- Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and brown under broiler.
This is a recipe I make all the time so it is only right that I give it the 5 stars it deserves. Tonight I decided to make it but didn't have the whipping cream so I substituted half and half and it was still just as fabulous. I use 2 Tbsp of flour and 2 Tbsp of butter as I like mine on the thick side and extra sugar. YUMMY! Thanks.
This recipe is amazing! I add 2 tablespoons of flour and butter. I like it thick! This has become a staple in our household with steaks or prime ribs. Definitely recommend!
My husband and I had our wedding reception at the Summit House 18 years ago. We would go there every year for our anniversary and they served us this creamed corn. I was so excited they offered the recipe while leaving the restaurant! I LOVE this creamed corn! My family and friends request that I make it every year for Thanksgiving!