Carolina Corn Custard

Carolina Corn Custard created by Mrs Goodall

This makes a really nice side dish for Thanksgiving. I have also used it in place of corn bread with pulled pork or Tex-Mex foods. It really is quite versatile.

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50mins
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • In a food processor or blender, combine corn, cheese, eggs, cream, sugar, baking powder, salt, pepper, and nutmeg.
  • Process briefly until corn is just broken down.
  • Pour into a buttered 4-cup baking dish. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes, until lightly browned.
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"This makes a really nice side dish for Thanksgiving. I have also used it in place of corn bread with pulled pork or Tex-Mex foods. It really is quite versatile."
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  1. Mrs Goodall
    Carolina Corn Custard Created by Mrs Goodall
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  2. Mrs Goodall
    Carolina Corn Custard Created by Mrs Goodall
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  3. Mrs Goodall
    This was soooo good. I'd never made anything like it before, and it turned out great. I made for the 2014 Culinary Quest, Tribute to the Onion Challenge. Yep, I did have wonderful raw Walla Walla onions with this, and a little sour cream. I will now always eat it with onion, cause it was fabulous!! Thanks for posting Jackie!
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  4. PaulaG
    Carolina Corn Custard Created by PaulaG
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  5. PaulaG
    I made half a recipe and cooked the puddings in individual ramekins. If I were to make this again I would decrease the amount of sugar by half. Overall a delicious side for a real southern meal.
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