Creamed Corn

"Using fresh corn is always preferable, but you can use corn, just past it's prime for this as well."
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Fry bacon and remove from skillet.
  • Cut corn from cob and add to the sugar to corn.
  • Scrape the cob to get all the"milk".
  • Add corn to skillet which contains drippings.
  • Mix the flour with approximately 1/2 water to make a thin paste.
  • Fill the cup with milk to make 1 cup; add to corn and stir while it thickens, and cooks.
  • Cook 10-15 minutes or until corn is tender.

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Reviews

  1. lovin2cook
    I used sweet corn (silver queen), and this was a little too sweet. The second time I made it, I skipped the sugar and it turned out delicious!
     
  2. LaCasey
    This was delicious! I skipped the bacon drippings, used canned corn instead of fresh, and doubled everything in order to feed my large family. They all loved it and requested I make it again very soon!
     
  3. Luby Luby Luby
    I used fresh corn, salt, black pepper, white pepper and ground cayenne pepper. This was delicious and will make any time we have fresh corn.
     
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