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Corn Souffle

This recipe came from my aunt who is a fabulous cook! She made this every year for Thanksgiving and I use it for any special occasion. The recipe can easily be cut in half to feed about 6-8 people. I have also used fat free sour cream with no difference in taste.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Melt the 1/2 cup of butter in a large casserole dish in the microwave.
  • Mix the remaining ingredients in a large bowl until moistened.
  • Pour into the casserole dish.
  • Bake for 45 minutes to an hour or until it is golden brown on top.
  • Bake a little longer for a more cake-like consistency or a little less if you want it more like a pudding.
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"This recipe came from my aunt who is a fabulous cook! She made this every year for Thanksgiving and I use it for any special occasion. The recipe can easily be cut in half to feed about 6-8 people. I have also used fat free sour cream with no difference in taste."
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  1. heyhyechoi
    Gave up on making corn bread. Just cannot seem to manage it, so I decided to try a soufflé instead. Made this recipe exactly as written and it's amazing. I baked it for 45 minutes as the recipe stated and came out perfectly. Slightly sweet but not too sweet, great flavor, nice level of moisture, nice density...meaning not too dense and not too light. Such an easy recipe for great rewards. I'll be making this often.
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  2. Michelle Figueroa
    Absolutely loved this recipe. I have tried several corn souffle recipes. I added about a teaspoon and a half of sugar and about six ounces of shredded cheese. I loved that this recipe makes more than the usual corn souffle recipes. Adults and kids alike were raving about the corn souffle.....very yummy!
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  3. Linda of Castle Rock
    This is so delicious and easy to make! We made it for Thanksgiving and everybody loved it. I am bringing it to a friend's house tonight as a side dish and my kids have asked me to make it for Christmas dinner, too! This dish is impressive and super tasty; I am going to tweak it by adding some green chiles for tonight's Mexican themed dinner.
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  4. MPHT6158
    Outstanding! My boyfriend and I had a sweet corn souffle at a restaurant and it was delicious. I wanted to be able to make it at home. The 1st recipe I tried was awful. This is perfect! Just the right amount of sweetness from the creamed corn. I halved the recipe and now I'm sorry I did. Sooooo yummy! Update - I went to make this one night and only had a can of sweet corn kernels (not creamed corn). I drained most of the liquid and used that instead. It was still delicious anyway!
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  5. kodiak
    This was fabulous. Every year my dad (Nebraskan) puts up the most delicious creamed corn. I used it in the recipe, and it was naturally sweet and had an amazing crust. I cooked mine long enough that it could be picked up with hands. Everyone loved it. (does that sound Corny?)
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