Summit House Classic Creamed Corn Au Gratin

Summit House Classic Creamed Corn Au Gratin created by dudleyfamily5

When I make this recipe I put lots and lots of Parmesan cheese in it and I do not put it under the broiler. I even make it the night before serving. Excellent. This is from a wonderful restaurant in Fullerton, California who gives out the recipe on postcards. Everyone asks for the recipe when I bring it to dinners.

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  • Combine corn, cream, salt, sugar and white pepper in a pot and bring to a boil.
  • Simmer 5 minutes.
  • Make a roux from butter and flour, add to corn, mix well and remove from heat.
  • Transfer corn mixture to casserole.
  • Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and brown under broiler.
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"When I make this recipe I put lots and lots of Parmesan cheese in it and I do not put it under the broiler. I even make it the night before serving. Excellent. This is from a wonderful restaurant in Fullerton, California who gives out the recipe on postcards. Everyone asks for the recipe when I bring it to dinners."
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  1. Charles b.
    I brought this Summit House creamed corn I’ll Groton on Thanksgiving Day and it was a big hit everybody loved it and took home the recipe. Had no leftovers corn to take home it was all eaten
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  2. Kate B.
    can you make this in a crock pot?
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  3. cmacc
    This is an all-time favorite in my family, but I also add some ground nutmeg to it. Delicious!
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  4. kara_jones
    I have made this before and it is delicious! I have a questions...I would like to prepare the day before I will be serving it. Should I prepare it completely and add the parmesan right before heating to serve? Also, how long would you heat before serving, if it's been refrigerated overnight? Thanks for the help! :)
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  5. jesanglgrl
    This recipe is amazing! I add 2 tablespoons of flour and butter. I like it thick! This has become a staple in our household with steaks or prime ribs. Definitely recommend!
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