By Marie on April 08, 2004
Photo by lazyme
Photo by lazyme
"This method takes frozen corn to a new level with the addition of garlic and herbs. Yum!"
Serving Size: 1 (115 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"This does take frozen corn to a new level. The flavor was fantastic and it is just as easy as making regular frozen corn, only I think it's less "mushy" this way. I served this with my families Kielbasa and tator tots. It was gobbled up. Thanks for dressing up our basic meal. I love it and will be making it often. I followed the directions exactly and was rewarded with a fantastic side dish. Thanks for sharing Marie."
"Yummy corn that's simple and good. Thanks for sharing Marie. Made for Cookbook Tag."
"Nice change-up for corn! And it was just as quick as boiling or microwaving frozen corn."
"I really liked the thyme and garlic in this. We really like corn as is but this takes it to another level. Thank you for sharing this with us, its great."
"Since I have made corn this way, I can't make it any other way! Everyone just loves it! I add the thyme in with the butter though."
"For such a simple recipe this was wonderful! I halved the recipe but kept the amount of garlic the same. It was perfect and I'll definitely be making it again soon! Thanks for posting!"
"I thought that this was very good! My husband didn't like the thyme though. But, I thought it added a very nice and unique flavor to it. I will most likely make this again."
"This was very good. I had some leftover corn, and I didn't bother to measure ingredients. I just added a little bit of garlic, thyme, salt and pepper. The flavors were excellent."
"I never would have thought of this, but it was G-O-O-D!!! My GF Cassie said she likes it this way best, so from now on when we have corn I have a funny feeling she will be making it this way. It's OK by me, because I loved it too! Mike"
"It lacked flavor. I used dry thyme. I probably will not make it again. Easy to prepare."
"I didn't have frozen corn so I used canned corn, drained and didn't have thyme but this was really good. I used a can of white and a can of yellow corn. Even the kids commented that the corn was really good. I will be making corn like this more often. Thanks Marie!"
"very tasty! I like how the corn is still a little crisp. I didnt have fresh tyme so I used half the amount of dried. I also added a little cayenne. I will be making my corn this way from now on!"
"Delicious and such a different way from my usual way of preparing frozen corn... I cut this down to 3 servings since it is only the 2 of us but I should have made the whole recipe since my BF wanted more. That's amazing since he never asks for a 2nd helping of corn!!! I used fresh thyme from my garden and just sauteed a couple of whole stems along with the garlic in the butter. It smelled heavenly! We will be making (and enjoying) this great side dish many times in the future!!!"
"Pretty good stuff. I made this a while ago to accompany meatloaf as I recall. Nice not-so-ordinary way to serve frozen corn."
"It was OK. If I make it again I will leave out the thyme."
"Loved it, though not too sure about the thyme addition.... otherwise, the method is great and is how i'll cook all my frozen corn from now on!"
"this was great! i didn't have thyme so i used rosemary and it turned out great. this was a really easy way to spice up some frozen corn. thanks for posting!"
"This was easier and faster than making the usual frozen corn and had much more flavor. This was a welcome side dish to my Mexican meal and I think you could use other herbs other than thyme successfully."
"Simple but delightful twist on average corn. The BF kept saying how great it was through the entire meal. I used evoo instead of butter (that's what I had on hand) and was still great. Almost easier than boiling corn; will definitely be making again."