Recipe by Melody Dumplin
"A common Creole dish that can be served as a side dish to any combination of meat and potatoes, pasta, or rice dishes. A flavorful complement. Prep time depend on whether or not you chop your own seasonings or use frozen pre-chopped seasonings. Cook time depends on how long it takes to prepare and cook the rest of the meal. Number of servings depends on how much everybody likes it."
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diced green bell pepper
diced red bell pepper
minced fresh thyme
ground black pepper
minced fresh parsley
Creole seasoning, or to taste
1 (20 ounce) package
frozen corn kernels
This is one delicious side dish. I used yellow and white corn, more creole seasoning, spicy salt in place of the salt and cayene. Oh, and about four rashers of thick cut pepper bacon (more YUM!). I also used about a cup or so of beef broth and let it simmer down and absorb all of that flavor. Highly recommended, thanks so much for sharing this. It's a do-over for sure.
Thanks for trying my recipe and I'm glad you all liked it so much! The only difference between this and Succotash is the addition of green lima beans. Also, I noticed that some of the changes they made to my wording when the edited my recipe made it more difficult to understand. The Thyme is optional and the Thyme and Parsley should be finely chopped, not minced. Also, to cook and stir is to saute. I've used sweet corn or shoepeg corn for this recipe and it's wonderful either way. You can also substitute chicken broth for the beef broth and add a little sage, or substitute seafood broth and add schrimp for some different flavors. Thanks again!
Made this for Recipe Group...We really liked this a lot! I omitted the thyme, b/c I didn't have any and we are not big fans of it, but followed it otherwise. This was a nice change and will be a repeat side dish in my house~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
Great recipe, and easy to make. Mostly I stuck to the recipe, but as suggested in the Allrecipes magazine, I used 6 slices of bacon. I also used about 24 ounces of corn, instead of 20. I will certainly be making this recipe again and again.
First time I've had Maque Choux so I have no basis of comparison. Nontheless, this was delicious, spicy and a welcome change for side dishes.
I really liked this! I used a yellow pepper vs. celery because I thought it would blend in with my Mardi Gras theme better!! I didn't use the bacon only because I have vegetarian friends. I know it will be that much better with the bacon though!
I also used cajun seasoning vs. creole because I wanted more spice.
Awesome! Made for a work party and this was the only thing that had no leftovers and I made a double batch! I used a good slab bacon with nice smokiness.
I doubled this recipe for a potluck dinner. I used 1/2 tsp. Creole seasoning and thick sliced bacon. It is absolutely delicious! Since it calls for freshly chopped parsley, I filled a baggie with my fresh cut parsley and tucked it in my purse to be sprinkled on just before serving. When I opened my purse after the meal, there it was. No harm done. Yummm!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Melody's Corn Maque Choux
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 92
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