"Here's a side dish which our family loves! Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com. " — Carla A.
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1 (15 ounce) can
1 (15.25 ounce) can
whole kernel corn
1 (8 ounce) container
1 (8.5 ounce) package
corn muffin mix
We loved this! I was confused about the canned corn, and whether I should drain it or not. I did, and the recipe came out great. Thank you for submitting!
Nothing special here. It's corn in corn muffin mix and nothing more. I expected a lot more after reading the number of five star reviews.
I love this recipe. I use a 16 oz bag of frozen corn instead of canned and add about 1/2 cup milk to make up for the liquid. Also, no sugar, it doesn't need it, there is enough sugar in the cornbread mix.
For a simple recipe, this dish comes out quite well. I've made this "Scalloped Corn" dish two years in a row for Turkey Day to complement my more complicated recipes. It's not a gourmet recipe, so it doesn't have a lot of complex flavors or textures-- it's a straight forward, stick to your ribs kind of side dish that adults and children both enjoy (my family calls it a cornbread, which it kind of resembles). As weird as it is, I've noticed different people can follow this exact same recipe with significantly different results. For example, when my sister tried to follow this recipe, it came out looking like mush-- I have no idea why. In any event, I agree with other reviewers that if you are using the Jiffy mix, to cut down on the sugar (I use half the recommended amount). I also increased the baking time, but every oven is different, so just remember to check on it a couple times while it's baking.
creamed corn? YUCK! but i've had a can of the stuff in my pantry for over a year. I figured I'd give this recipe a try. Oh boy, is it GOOD!!! Next time I will cut back on the sugar and experiment with half the amount of butter but regardless, I will make this over and over and over.
This is very good and easy to make. I like it better baked in a 8x8 or 9x9 pan for about 50 minutes. Let it set for a few minutes before serving. Delicious.
Myself and my entire family loves this dish! The best part is it is sooo much better than my Mother-In-Law's scalloped corn dish and that's coming from my husband who is rather partial to his mother's cooking! The only change I make is to omit the sugar as this is plenty sweet without it. Thanks for a great side dish!
Stand alone, very good. Buttery and a complimentary cornbread sweetness. I added fresh chive and minced garlic in subsequent batches with spectacular results.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 134
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