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New England Corn Pudding

I found this recipe on a B&B site. It comes from The Governor's Inn in Ludlow, Vermont. The servings are approximate.

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  • Stir the flour, salt, sugar, and the melted butter into the corn.
  • Beat the eggs slightly and combine with the milk.
  • Combine the milk and corn mixtures and pour into a 2 quart baking dish that has been sprayed with Pam.
  • Bake in a 450 degree oven for 45 minutes, until nicely browned.
  • *IMPORTANT: Stir with a long-pronged fork, breaking the surface as little as possible 3 times during baking.
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"I found this recipe on a B&B site. It comes from The Governor's Inn in Ludlow, Vermont. The servings are approximate."
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  1. nancy
    Corn pudding can I assemble and refrigerate and bake 40 hrs later?
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  2. Elmotoo
    WOWEE! Custardy goodness! VERY easy to assemble & yes, DO bake it at 450F for 1hr! Deeelicious! I might cut back on the sugar next time as corn has a natural sweetness & didn't need all that sugar. I also added salt, pepper & cayenne. Just a wee bit leftover for brekkie!! A pressie for the 12 Days of Christmas Aussie Swap 12/08.
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  3. dojemi
    I found this recipe on a B&B site. It comes from The Governor's Inn in Ludlow, Vermont. The servings are approximate.
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