My Favorite Skillet Corn

Southern Skillet Corn – my all-time favorite corn! I could eat the whole pan myself – SOOO good!!! Corn, salt, pepper, sugar, butter, water, flour and milk. Ready in 20 minutes. Great for all the yummy sweet summer corn! #corn #vegetable #sidedish

Southern Skillet Corn - my all-time favorite corn! I could eat the whole pan myself - SOOO good!!! Corn, salt, pepper, sugar, butter, water, flour and milk. Ready in 20 minutes. Great for all the yummy sweet summer corn! #corn #vegetable #sidedish

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Corn is one of my favorite vegetables and this recipe make the best corn I have ever had! I could eat the whole pan myself! This corn is quick and easy to make. Once you make this skillet creamed corn, you will never serve a can of creamed corn again.

This Skillet Corn is super easy to make. Start with corn kernels. You can use fresh or frozen. Either will work fine. Place the corn in a skillet. Add some salt, sugar, pepper, butter, and water. Cover the skillet and let it cook. Remove the lid and add flour and milk. Stir the corn until it thickens up. That’s it!

Southern Skillet Corn - my all-time favorite corn! I could eat the whole pan myself - SOOO good!!! Corn, salt, pepper, sugar, butter, water, flour and milk. Ready in 20 minutes. Great for all the yummy sweet summer corn! #corn #vegetable #sidedish

The name says it all – this is My Favorite Skillet Corn. It is our go-to recipe for corn. I make this all the time. It goes great with just about everything! Chicken, pork, steaks, burgers – anything! Here are a few of our favorite recipes from the blog that go great with this yummy corn:

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Southern Skillet Corn

Yield: 6 people
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Southern Skillet Corn – my all-time favorite corn! I could eat the whole pan myself – SOOO good!!! Corn, salt, pepper, sugar, butter, water, flour and milk. Ready in 20 minutes. Great for all the yummy sweet summer corn! #corn #vegetable #sidedish

Equipment:

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups corn kernels, cut fresh from cob (can use frozen)
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp pepper
  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • ¼ cup butter
  • ½ cup water
  • 1 Tbsp flour
  • ¼ cup milk

Instructions:

  • Combine corn, salt, pepper, sugar, butter and water in a 10-inch skillet. Cover and simmer 15 minutes on medium heat, stirring occasionally.
  • Combine flour with milk, blending until smooth. Stir into corn.
  • Cook five more minutes, stirring constantly.

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  1. Have you ever thought of adding 2-3 tablespoons (or more) of cream cheese to the sauce? There is a local restaurant in Orlando called The Coop and their creamed corn is much like yours but it has a little bit of cream cheese in the sauce. I have tried to make it but it didn't turn out too well. I think your recipe with the cream cheese added might just be The one! I think I will try it.

  2. This is kind of close to the Homemade Creamed Corn I make, but mine uses only fresh sweet corn, cut off the cob, and the cob scraped, whole milk and butter. Sometimes I would add bacon grease and a couple of strips of bacon, crumbled up. This is something my Mom used to make when I was just a kid because my family could have lived off of fresh corn during the summer, we all loved it so much. For my family, my Mom would use about three dozen ears of corn, and even that much didn't last long.

  3. My New Years resolution is to learn to cook. This is going into my recipe book to try- do you know how many servings you'd say it makes?

  4. I have GOT to try this, thank you so much. I'm a corn lover. Corn pudding, corn muffins (using whole kernels) corn fritters, off the cob, plain old hot buttered, corn corn corn. I always keep bags of frozen corn around because I even toss a handful or two into canned soup, haha.

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