Recipe by Karen Andre
"This recipe has been made and served in my mother's family for as long as I can remember. It is traditionally served with turkey and mashed potatoes. To save fat and calories, I cut the amount of butter and sugar for the topping in half, but for full flavor it is better with the full amount."
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1 (15 ounce) can
whole kernel corn, drained
I almost left the butter/sugar topping off due to one review, stating that it was gross. Well, I'm so glad I followed the recipe as is, without any alterations! We had 13 people for Thanksgiving dinner and EVERYONE raved about it. I'll make this again and again!
Nice flavor, but I think I'll make it a smaller casserole dish next time. It was such a thin layer.
I tried this for the first time on Thanksgiving, and it was awesome! And so easy to prepare, I think I will make it for regular meals as well.
Left out the last step. Used four cans of corn, instead of milk, I used heavy whipping cream and increased the eggs to four (needed enough for a crowd). The pan was cleaned out with no leftovers from our Easter dinner.
Will make this again! Follow the recipe and you'll be pleasantly surprised. The sauce was great, although I thought about cutting the sugar, I'm glad I didn't! Was easy to make and a big hit for Thanksgivng.
I used a slow cooker with this recipe. I put everything into the slowcooker (leaving out the sauce) and let it cook on low for about 5-6 hours. Then I added the "sauce" and let it cook for another hour. It came out pretty yummy, but it was quite bland to me before I added the sauce. O. and in case it's not obvious - use clarified butter (it'll look better, not like an oily mess).
This is very very good! The only thing I would do different, is cut the amount of butter and sugar for the topping, it was kind of sweet for me. My mom loved it! I will be serving this more often then just Thanksgiving.
Taste awesome and everyone loved it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thanksgiving Corn Pudding
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 353
** Calories from Fat: 167
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