Bacon Fried Corn

Bacon Fried Corn created by Chippie1

A nice alternative to the ordinary side dish! Found in the "Changing Thymes" cookbook.

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  • Fry bacon in a heavy skillet until crisp.
  • Remove bacon and set aside, retaining 2 tablespoons bacon drippings in skillet.
  • Cook onions in drippings for about 5 minutes.
  • Add corn and bell peppers to onion.
  • Cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until just soft.
  • Add parsley, milk, salt and pepper to veggies, mix well.
  • Sprinkle bacon pieces on top of vegetables.
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"A nice alternative to the ordinary side dish! Found in the "Changing Thymes" cookbook."

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  1. Paka1931
    This was a big hit! I only had red pepper and dried parsley but the color combo was beautiful. I added minced garlic out of habit and used those fresh bacon bit things! I can't wait to try this with all fresh veggies instead of those out of my freezer. thanks.
  2. bmcnichol
    This was good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I used half and half instead of milk as I was out of milk and didn't want to run to the store before dinner. Made for Fall PAC 2008.
  3. tomatolater
    This recipe is fabulous and soooo easy. I've made it as written and it is just perfec, butI've been making it over my lunch hour recently so to speed it up I have been using real bacon bits and canned corn. I just throw the bacon bits in the skillet about a minute before the corn with a 1/2 tbs of oil (i like enova) and in no time I have lunch! I've also tried throwing in 1/4 tsp of red pepper flakes. Thanks so much for the recipe. It is a new favorite.
  4. knsriley
    As a southern girl used to making "fried corn" with all-day cooking and lots of cream, this was a refreshing and light method of making corn delicious. Thanks, Kim, for a fantastic recipe. Will keep this in my summer harvest cookbook.
  5. SandyDevers
    Delicious! Thanks Kim
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