Corn Pudding?

Discussion in 'The Watercooler' started by witzend, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. witzend

    witzend Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have a simple recipe for Corn Pudding that they would care to share?:likeit:
     
  2. trinityroyal

    trinityroyal Well-Known Member

  3. DammitJanet

    DammitJanet Well-Known Member Staff Member

    What exactly do you mean by corn pudding? I do a southern dish that is something like a corn pudding called Cheesy Spoon bread. It is to die for.

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    [TD="bgcolor: #FFFFCC, colspan: 2"] 3/4 c. corn meal
    1 tsp. salt
    Dash of pepper
    1 tbsp. sugar
    1 c. water
    2 tbsp. fat
    2 c. milk, divided
    1/2 lb. processed cheese, more or less, sliced or grated
    3 eggs, beaten

    In saucepan mix corn meal, salt, pepper, sugar, water, fat and 1 cup of milk. Cook over medium heat until thick and boiling, stirring constantly. Remove from heat; add cheese, reserving a few slices to put on top of mixture before baking. Stir until cheese melts.Add remaining milk and beaten eggs. Pour into greased 1 1/2-quart shallow baking dish and put remaining slices of cheese on top. Bake at 325 degrees for about 50 minutes.

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    I use regular sharp cheddar instead of processed cheese.
     
  4. Star*

    Star* call 911........call 911

    • Corn puddin' - you will need:
    • 5 eggs
    • 1/3 cup butter, melted
    • 1/4 cup white sugar
    • 1/2 cup milk
    • 4 tablespoons cornstarch
    • 1 (15.25 ounce) can whole kernel corn
    • 2 (14.75 ounce) cans cream-style corn
    Unless yer some special kind of kitchen nut and want to shuck corn - git yersef the canned corn corn.

    1. Preheat oven to 400 Degrees F (200 degrees C). Grease a 2 quart casserole dish liberally sides and bottom - don't use cooking spray either - use lard
    2. In a large bowl, lightly beat eggs, now add melted butter NOT margarine, sugar, and milk. Whisk in cornstarch. Stir in corn and creamed corn. Blend well. Pour mixture into prepared casserole dish.
    3. Bake for 1 hour
    Cover with lid. Contents will be extremely hot - let it set for a little bit to set up. Then serve out of casserole pan with a deep welled spoon. Mmmm Mmmm.
     
  5. DammitJanet

    DammitJanet Well-Known Member Staff Member

    L still like my spoonbread better...lol. Served hot with a dab of butter on top....yum yum
     
  6. Star*

    Star* call 911........call 911

    I like Bread puddin best of all - with cinnamon and raisins.......(so good it makes you wanna slap yo mamma)

    and then there is something that they serve at Appletons that is like a cocoanut bread pudding ........I haven't had it in 20 years but the stuff is dinner without anything else to me back then.
     
  7. trinityroyal

    trinityroyal Well-Known Member

    Gosh! A whole new group of foods I never knew about...I'm going to have to get cooking and try some of these out!
     
  8. witzend

    witzend Well-Known Member

    Well, I had this at a crawfish boil last weekend and it was wonderful! Star, Corn Pudding MUST be a Southern thing if you MUST use lard! ;) Not a lot of lard up here in the great NW, although I do remember as a child it being sold in a container in the meat case next to the tripe and tongue. Ugh! Trinity, I saw that recipe too. I noticed that somewhere down the line in the comments someone loved it until their mother tried it in a round bottomed casserole and it never cooked through. It's a real custard, so I imagine that keeping it a uniform depth is important.
     
  9. shellyd67

    shellyd67 Active Member

    Star, My Mom and easy child made me homemade bread pudding when I came home from my surgery Thursday and it was DELISH ! Just what the Doctor ordered (lol)

    Anyhow, I am going to copy the corn pudding and spoon bread recipes... Thanx !
     
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