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#7302058 - 01/12/13 Corn Pudding ?  
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Tried my hand at making Corn Pudding last night.
It tastes great, but it seperated. Custard on top, and corn on the bottom. Is this normal, or did I do something wrong?


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#7302079 - 01/12/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: FieldGrade]  
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No help here as I have never tried it, but I'll bet one of the better cooks than me (which is most here) will be along shortly to give you an answer.


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#7302159 - 01/12/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: eh76]  
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Yea,,, I'm sure someone here knows.
It tastes great and I'll make it again, but it doesn't look like pix I've seen on the interweb.

FWIW,,, I used this recipi.
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/grandmas-corn-pudding/

I figured any thing that says "grandmas" had to be good, right?


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#7302243 - 01/12/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: FieldGrade]  
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Looks good to me! Now I may have to try it.


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#7302516 - 01/12/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: eh76]  
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This corn pudding recipe works well. I have been known to add a finely chopped jalepeno pepper or two for a little kick of flavour when serving it as BBQ meal:


1 Stick Butter

1 Cup Diced Onion

1 tsp Minced Garlic

4 Eggs

4 Cups Fresh or Frozen Corn

1 Cup Cream

1 Cup Cheddar Cheese

2 Tbs Corn Meal

2 Tbs Sugar (Optional)

1 tsp Salt

1 tsp Black Pepper


Preparation

1.In a small pan over medium-high heat melt the butter and gently saute the onions and garlic until soft

2.In a large mixing bowl beat the eggs until frothy

3.Add the butter mixture along with all the remaining ingredients and mix well

4.Pour into a buttered 9 inch square casserole or a similar sized oven-safe dish

5.Bake at 375 degrees until center is just set (about 25-40 minutes)


#7303301 - 01/12/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: Miss_Lynn]  
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Guess I didn't word that right.

I like the I recipe I used just fine.

What I want to know is if it should seperate like it did.

Like I said, the pix I've seen didn't seem to be seperated.

I mixed it really well before baking, but it's definatly custard on top, and corn on the bottom. That just doesn't seem right to me, but I don't know for sure. That's why I'm asking.

Wonder if using corn starch for thickening had any thing to do with it?


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#7312794 - 01/14/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: Miss_Lynn]  
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Originally Posted by Miss Lynn
This corn pudding recipe works well. I have been known to add a finely chopped jalepeno pepper or two for a little kick of flavour when serving it as BBQ meal:


1 Stick Butter

1 Cup Diced Onion

1 tsp Minced Garlic

4 Eggs

4 Cups Fresh or Frozen Corn

1 Cup Cream

1 Cup Cheddar Cheese

2 Tbs Corn Meal

2 Tbs Sugar (Optional)

1 tsp Salt

1 tsp Black Pepper


Preparation

1.In a small pan over medium-high heat melt the butter and gently saute the onions and garlic until soft

2.In a large mixing bowl beat the eggs until frothy

3.Add the butter mixture along with all the remaining ingredients and mix well

4.Pour into a buttered 9 inch square casserole or a similar sized oven-safe dish

5.Bake at 375 degrees until center is just set (about 25-40 minutes)



Got a batch of this in the oven right now and it smells fantastic!!!


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#7313167 - 01/14/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: CowboyTim]  
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Originally Posted by CowboyTim
Originally Posted by Miss Lynn
This corn pudding recipe works well. I have been known to add a finely chopped jalepeno pepper or two for a little kick of flavour when serving it as BBQ meal:


1 Stick Butter

1 Cup Diced Onion

1 tsp Minced Garlic

4 Eggs

4 Cups Fresh or Frozen Corn

1 Cup Cream

1 Cup Cheddar Cheese

2 Tbs Corn Meal

2 Tbs Sugar (Optional)

1 tsp Salt

1 tsp Black Pepper


Preparation

1.In a small pan over medium-high heat melt the butter and gently saute the onions and garlic until soft

2.In a large mixing bowl beat the eggs until frothy

3.Add the butter mixture along with all the remaining ingredients and mix well

4.Pour into a buttered 9 inch square casserole or a similar sized oven-safe dish

5.Bake at 375 degrees until center is just set (about 25-40 minutes)



Got a batch of this in the oven right now and it smells fantastic!!!



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#7314124 - 01/14/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: Miss_Lynn]  
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It was excellent, came out a lot better than my beef ribs(tried 'em in the crock pot, I'm going back to the smoker next time)

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#7314237 - 01/14/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: CowboyTim]  
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Try Emeril's recipe. It has become a family favorite.


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#7314554 - 01/14/13 Re: Corn Pudding ? [Re: CowboyTim]  
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Originally Posted by CowboyTim
It was excellent, came out a lot better than my beef ribs(tried 'em in the crock pot, I'm going back to the smoker next time)

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I am pleased that you liked it smile


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