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Friday, March 2, 2012

Corn Pudding

18 comments:

  1. Hey there! This looks great :) Now, if you only made half, how did you adjust the cooking time? I'd love to try it! thanks

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    1. Caroline - it took about 40 minutes to bake the half pan of corn pudding.

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  2. brilliant! ta :) Pinned it and will make tonight... yum!

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  3. I am seriously obsessed with your blog! It is the first blog I have ever found that has "plain" food like I eat! I could eat just about everything you cook... and that never happens because I am picky! :-)

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  4. I can tell by the pic that it must have been amazing.

    Happy weekend.

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  5. My American friend made something for me one time that looked just like this, and it was AMAZING - so I'll definitely be trying this one! :)

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  6. This looks SO good. But I love all your recipes. Good ol' down home cooking at its best. Love your blog!!

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  7. I agree that your recipes are down to earth, easy and YUMMY!

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  8. Corn pudding! This looks completely scrumptious...it's complete and total comfort food! Thanks for the recipe! :)

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  9. Thanks for the Pinterest link - it works, but I tried to save this post and ziplist couldn't find it.

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  10. I'm sure I would like it with green chilies. Looks delish.

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  11. This is what I am making tonight to go with my smoking pork butt! (whenever it gets finished....)

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  12. I love that dish that it's cooked in! Is it Pampered chef?

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  13. Love your blog! I am thinking of making your corn pudding for Thanksgiving. I was wondering if you have or think it would be okay to make this the day before? Also what kind of corn did you use? Frozen or can? Thanks!

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  14. Caroline - I think it would be ok to make it ahead of time. I used frozen silver queen corn.

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  15. Delicious corn pudding! I had to modify slightly using what I had on hand, but it was still very good! In a pinch, I just threw everything in the blender, except for the melted butter, and pulsed it a few times to break the corn up a little. Then I stirred in the butter and baked it. It took it almost an hour, stirring half way through. Thanks for sharing your recipe, maybe next time I'll have everything to make it as written. :))

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  16. Oh yum! I might have to add this one to my Thanksgiving menu!

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