By LILTEXQT on September 03, 2007
Photo by Liza at Food.com
Photo by Liza at Food.com
"We always make this at Thanksgiving! This is NOT the "souffle" type corn pudding that most people make. I am a CORN fanatic, so I love this recipe. Is great for Thanksgiving, but is easy enough to make for an everyday meal."
Serving Size: 1 (188 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"So good! Made this exactly as stated but added 6TB of sugar to make it a bit sweeter. Just personal preference!"
"Made this for the first time for Thanksgiving this year when we needed something quick but yummy. Easy as can be. Was able to set it on the counter to cool and then re-warm later with no loss of quality. <br/><br/>One thing I do suggest is, as another poster did, cool the melted butter before adding so the egg won't cook.<br/><br/>I sprayed a low casserole dish with a bit of cooking spray to ensure it didn't stick and it worked just fine that way. Delish!"
"I made this per directions and it turned out great. I used a 8 X 8 baking dish and added a half tsp of Nutmeg for the holidays. A very easy recipe to make. This is a keeper. Thanks"
"A classic! This is my go-to side for ribs in the summer and it NEVER disappoints!"
"Made this for Christmas dinner with ok reviews. Most of the family thought it was too sweet and didn't want it again. A couple friends enjoyed it. Not sure if I will make it again."
"This is my favorite dish at Holiday time. When cooking for myself, I sometimes forget to buy sour cream and substitute buttermilk and to make it less fattening, I eliminate the butter. But for the family dinner at Holidays I use the best butter and also use frozen corn as this tastes better to me and use 2 eggs for extra richness!. No sugar or added ingredients needed. I have been searching for this recipe a few years when I lost my personal recipe. Now this is it! Also used a 9X9 casserole. I have never had leftovers so now I make a double recipe! Everyone loves this."
"Yummy! I doubled this (but only used 1/2 cup butter) and baked in a 13x9 for one hour. (I think for a single recipe, I would take it out before an hour was up or it might get overdone.) I melted the butter in the microwave in a large bowl then mixed in the corn first before adding everything else (eggs next to last, Jiffy mix last) as I was afraid the eggs would scramble in the hot butter. Took to a Christmas potluck and left with an almost empty dish. Thanks for sharing!"
"I made this yesterday for my BF and I. He was skeptical but, loved it. So did I, I knew it would be good.I just had leftovers for lunch with some ham slices. Thanks for the easy recipe."
"We have this at every holiday meal because with a house full of kids, they all devour this sweet, creamy dish. Thanks for posting"
"My Great Grandma has been making a very similar recipe like this for years, and now we make it for her and our family during the holidays. We tried this version and it turned out almost exactly the same! The only difference is in her recipe it uses 2 eggs and you don't drain the corn. We made both this recipe and my Great G-ma's for Christmas eve and we couldn't tell the difference. Thanks for posting this! It is an excellent side dish and reminds me of my family and the holidays!"
"Outstanding! Simple, easy to make, and yummy--this is the perfect potluck/company//holiday dish. I may try adding chopped green chiles for a variation, but it is perfect as is. Thanks Kris!"
"Thank you Kris! This is so declicious! I have made it a couple times for my church group of 20, one time I added ortega chilies to the recipe, it was wonderful, and a favorite, and this recipe is such a hit I know I'll be making it again and again and again. And Thanksgiving is coming up, I'm definitely making this one for the family. I love short and simple and delicious, you did all three!"
"I made this for Fall 2007 PAC. WOW - that was good! I could have eaten the whole casserole myself! VERY easy recipe and very good. This will go in my Favorites cookbook for sure! Thanks for the great recipe, Kris!"