Southern Creamed Corn

Total Time:
40 min
Prep:
10 min
Cook:
30 min

Yield:
2 to 4 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
  • 8 ears corn, husked
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup cold water
  • 2 tablespoons bacon grease
  • 1 tablespoons butter
Directions

In a large bowl, cut the tip off cob. Cut the kernels from cob with a small paring knife. Using the back of the blade, scrape against the cob to press out the milky liquid.

Whisk together sugar, flour, and salt and pepper, to taste. Combine with corn. Add the heavy cream and water. Mix.

In a large skillet over medium heat, heat bacon grease. Add corn mixture and turn heat down to medium-low, stirring until it becomes creamy, about 30 minutes.

Add the butter right before serving.


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I made this and it turned out great. I omitted the butter and added the crumbled bacon right before serving. I'm making this again tonight to go along with my chuck roast. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Fantastic. As good as the top restaurants like Elways here in Denver item not reviewed by moderator and published
I am not very fond of creamed corn but this looks real good. item not reviewed by moderator and published
You all are on my face book and I saw this recipe on there. The picture looked so good. I got to work to print the recipe and read the ingredients. It made me think of my grandma cooking fried corn. I know with weight and heat problems these days no one wants to use the bacon grease, but that the flavor I remember in her fried corn. You all really went there when you said milk the cob. Thanks so much for the memory that I wanted to capture of my grandma's fried corn. I will use the recipe just as you all have it.... Tasty? What do you think? item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this dish to accompany our Primed Rib with Yorkshire pudding Christmas dinner. Everything was good, but this corn was the exclamation point on the meal. After reading some of the comments, I didn't want to take a chance there would be a taste of flour in the sauce, so I decided to make a roux from the bacon grease and flour, then added the corn, etc. EVERYONE LOVED IT. We hadn't had fresh creamed corn before, so were pleasantly surprised. The only thing I might do differently next time is add another tablespoon of flour to the roux for more thickness. I can't imagine making primed rib again without this dish. item not reviewed by moderator and published
A delicious hit. I omitted the butter in the end and was grateful becasue it was perfectly rich and creamy without. So easy to make when using frozen corn. item not reviewed by moderator and published
What?????? Baby, THAT'S how you do it! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I was lucky and bought some corn yesterday fresh picked that morning which added a specialness to this dish too. I followed the directions exactly as the recipe called for and it turned out perfect. Well except for one small addition...when I tasted it, I looked over at that bacon I had just fried for the bacon grease and thought I'd chop that up and put it in with the corn. Who can go wrong with bacon? item not reviewed by moderator and published
Yum! We cooked the sweet corn on our smoker for this. Also added a little fresh jalapeno, garlic powder and onion powder and it was amazing! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Delish....I also used frozen corn and I decided I wanted a little spice so I dicedm 1 fresh jalepeno, seeds removed and it was a hit item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this for dinner tonight and it is very good, the only thing that i did different is that I made my own cream(since I didn't have any in the fridge and it was delicious!!! Will put this into my recipe box since this is now one of our family favorites!!!! Thanks Gina and Pat!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is THE BEST! The only changes I made is I used frozen corn and about a teaspoon of bacon grease. My husband and three kids just raved about it! Definitely a keeper!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe is absolutely Devine! For more flavor add garlic powder....don't be shy with it.. For a shortcut, use organic frozen sweet corn and add sugar to your liking. This dish is a hit with my family. Try it! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Perfect creamed corn. Used frozen corn like most recipes and didn't add any additional liquid or anything to compensate for the lack of "corn milk." Broke the bacon up into pieces after I got the grease from it and mixed bacon bits into the corn, topped the final dish with bits too. It was a total hit. Everyone loved it, even those who don't like creamed corn. A must-try recipe! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Simple, easy and just like I remember from my childhood. A must have at any meal with potatoes! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this recipe exactly. It is excellent BUT... the recipe is way too sweet! I used fresh corn both times and made it the second time without the sugar and it was much better. I suggest you make it without the sugar and then taste it at the end and see if you need to add sugar. Reminds me of my husband's Mamu's corn. I don't know if she used cream or just cooked the corn but it tasted just like it!. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Score another winner for Pat and Gina! What's your expression---"Man, you got a Scald on that corn!!!". Thanks again, Neelys! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I used 2 bags of frozen corn, doubling the recipe. I wanted to bake this in the oven instead of on the stove top, and also I'm a vegetarian, so I basically whisked all the ingredients together except for the corn, added some garlic powder and chipotle powder, then after all was incorporated I added the slightly defrosted corn to the mix. Poured into a casserole that had been sprayed with a non-stick spray. Baked uncovered at 350 for about 35-45 minutes. Came out great! The chipotle and garlic gave it a savory taste, and kicked up the heat very nicely, but not too much. The corn was wonderfully creamy and the sauce did thicken as it stood. Craveable. Will make it again! May roast corn first next time for an extra, nutty flavor. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Someone earlier had reviewed this creamed corn recipe as tasting like the creamed corn at Lawry's The Prime Rib. I agree 100%. I used frozen corn (8 serving size and followed the recipe. I melted the butter and flour together first and then added in the sugar, salt. One other reviewer said the cream thickened up a little more after it had a chance to cool down a little bit and I found this to be true, too. Thank you, Gina and Pat! I love love love you guys! I just love seeing two people so in love with each other and loving what they do. item not reviewed by moderator and published
The biggest hit at our Thanksgiving table! The dish is creamy, sweet and with a huge bacon undertone. Devine!! And I used frozen corn!! Thanks, Pat & Gina! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Fantastic flavor - I always get compliments and the dish comes home clean. The last two times I've made this, I've added extra corn. We used 8 ears of corn and 2 extra cans of corn (not creamed corn. Fantastic - still enough "cream" and fresh corn taste for us. Vegetarian version: This year I used coconut oil in place of the bacon grease (my husband cooked the bacon and accidently threw out all the grease before I got home. It worked and was delicious, if a bit sweeter. My daughter is a vegetarian so she was thrilled that I didn't use bacon grease. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Excellent recipe. I got a lot of compliments on it. And so simple that even I didn't screw it up. I would recommend serving immediately. I had made it a little ahead of time for convenience, but I found it seemed less creamy 2 hours later than immediately once it was originally ready. Either way it was fantastic. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love this recipe and so does everyone I make it for. The only thing I change is that I leave in the bacon...why the heck not right? :- item not reviewed by moderator and published
Loved it!! We have made this recipe 2x this week! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Now this is the way fried cream corn is suppose to taste! Thanks Gina item not reviewed by moderator and published
I thought this side dish was delicious and my family also loved it! It was very easy to make. I fried up about 1/4 pound of bacon cut into small pieces to make the bacon grease the recipe called for and left the bacon pieces in the recipe for a little more flavor! item not reviewed by moderator and published
VERY TASTY I LOVE IT!! AND IM FROM THE SOUTH WE LOVE FLAVORFUL FOOD AWESOME....THANKS GINA AND PAT I ALREADY HAD MY MAN BUT I GOTTA HIM AGAIN!!!ALL SMILES;- item not reviewed by moderator and published
I have made this recipe several times now and it is always delicious. One time I made it for my family and my sister came in while it was cooking and said, "My husband won't eat that!". Ha! He went on and on about it. He loved it. Said his Mom used to make him Creamed Corn. Score one for the little sister! Thanks guys. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Loved this recipe! I changed it up a litttle bit by adding chicken apple sausage, chedder cheese topping and instead of heavy cream which I didnt have on hand I used cream cheese instead! everyone loved it! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Absolutely delicious! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This was a great recipe! I used one bag of frozen corn and used half & half instead of heavy cream (I don't usually have heavy cream in my fridge. At first it was very runny and I wondered if it would thicken... and it did! It did take about 25 minutes or so to get a nice, thick consistency. As for the bacon fat, not only did I add that, I also added the bacon itself. I fried two strips, poured the fat into the pan, chopped the bacon strips and added those in five minutes before the corn was ready. Absolutely amazing! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe was the best creamed corn I have ever made, I use frozen corn, I forgot to add water and it was still amazing. item not reviewed by moderator and published
wonderful receipe a little sweet for my taste but my husband loved it and tried to explain that is how creamed corn is suppose to taste. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Very good recipe. Came out wonderfully for us. I had to use frozen corn and my only complaint was that I had to thicken it slightly with cornstarch. No biggie though. Overall a great recipe. Will make again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
the neely should be proud they never cease to amaze me....this corn was so tasteful and yummy,it was so much better than cooking it out of the can its a keeper! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love this recipe!! I have to admit, in the beginning the Neely chatter kind of got to me but the more I watch them the more I come to love them both! Everything they put together looks delicious and I am anxious to try all of it. The creamed corn reminds me of the corn at Lawry's Prime Rib Restaurant in Beverly Hills....YUM YUM!! :) It's kinda like dessert and very easy to make. It is a hit with my family. The only downside is cleaning the husks from the cobs. item not reviewed by moderator and published
A nice change to the usual boring side of corn. Very good!! And easy too!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I cannot believe that people are so ignorant to rate a recipe one star because they don't like the chatter these two makes. Even though they say they like the recipe. Anyway, this is my absolute favorite corn recipe and the only thing I do differently is to use frozen corn instead. I make sure I keep bacon fat on hand just to make this recipe and the bacon fat does make the dish. I even made this as one of my sides for Xmas last year and everybody loved it along with the other sides. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Loved this recipe; I added just a little jalopeno peppers for some kick, and my family loved it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
It one of my favorite corn dishes now. Instead of flour I used cornstarch to avoid the flour taste. I also used 3/4 of a teaspoon of real vanilla and more sugar. I added no salt to keep it sweet. It was a huge success at Thanksgiving dinner. I already got requests for next year. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is works with either grilled corn, or even frozen corn, but you miss a lot of the flavor from the grilled corn if you don't use it. I also like to add in a bit of rosemary. Everony loved this corn! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Growing up we used to visit my relatives in central Alabama, and they always made fresh creamed corn. This recipe tastes just like I remember. We love it! And, we love Down Home with the Neelys. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Now, this is how creamed corn should taste, yall! The bacon drippings, salt, pepper, sugar and flour provide just enough of a "supporting cast" to allow the flavor of the corn to come through in a five-star performance. This recipe is destined to become an heirloom in my family's archives! Thanks, Pat and Gina! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love this recipe. I love the Neelys, I like Gina's playful way it makes me laugh. Neelys dont change a thing about ur show. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My first time using fresh corn for anything other than boiling. Great dish. I used less corn so modifications was made to recipe, but i did not mess it up:). My husband loved it. Thanks Pat and Gina continue your love thing. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is a true southern delicacy. All of you complaining about the conversation between this husband and wife don't understand how wonderful it is for a husband and wife to be together in the kitchen working together. Maybe it is a southern thing, but don't be hating. I wish my husband helped me nearly as much as Pat helps Gina. Keep it up Neelys!! I personally enjoy your rapport . Every time I see your show, I just wish I was there to enjoy the finished product, keep up the good work!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is the first time I have tried this recipe and I love it and Im a corn loving person. I watch yhall's show everyday and love it. Dont change nothing about it. You guys rock item not reviewed by moderator and published
I have had this in my recipe box for quite a while now and I finally decided to try it. I am so glad I did, this is a simple but delicious creamed corn recipe. My husband and I both think this will be a delicious addition to holiday dinners and everyday dinners alike. Definitely a keeper! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Made this recipe but alter it a bit. I smoked my corn first in a smoker and then followed the recipe. I did add a bit more of sugar and seasoning salt as well. Really great recipe. Thanks Pat and Gina. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Very easy to make and vary ggod to eat. THANK YOU!!!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I hate to write a negative review but this was like a mouth full of flour. I understand what would have made it better before I started cooking...making a roux first and cooking the taste of flour out of it. That's what I'm going to try the next time. In the meantime I've got a lot of leftovers. So I'm going to try adding some cream cheese to the mix on re-heat and hopefully mask all that flour flavor. Another idea I have is to grill the corn first the smokey flavor may just be the bomb. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Made this for Easter Sunday with ham and fresh beans. The family really liked it. I am used to freezing my own corn each summer but ran out before Christmas. Used frozen silver queen from the grocery store and substituted fat-free half and half for the cream. Will maybe use a tad bit less sugar next time as silver queen corn has so much natural sweetness. Loved it with the bacon grease. Also used light butter at the end. Not exactly heart healthy but oh so good! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Now that is the best cream corn, just loved it,and enjoyed gina doing it on the viteo,why cant she be that way on t.v.? i get more out of it and enjoy watching. look forward to more viteos then t.v. just to crazy,keep cooking but on viteos!! i buy your book and hope to see more books coming soon. maybe you and pat should cook apart,love you both but maybe apart would be less dance,child play,sex,more on real food? item not reviewed by moderator and published
so what is the point of your comment??? you said nothing about the recipe so why get on here with your ignorance. its not our problem you cant understand the way someone speaks stop being childish and leave a comment on how the food taste. anyways this is better than store bought anything you make at home is better lol. item not reviewed by moderator and published
You have very good recipes....but I need to watch your show with the mute button on..way too much chatter... and half the time, ...I cannot understand what you're saying item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is a big hit around here everyone loves it. I even substituted plain yogurt to make it healthier and my husband and family members were unable to tell the difference. item not reviewed by moderator and published
The best creamed corn I have had in a long time. Gina you hit right on this one. Very easy to assemble & cook. Qick and easy side dish. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this for the time for dinner and my daughter loved it!!! (as well as I did also!!) This recipe was easy and very, very good!!! I used frozen corn instead of the 8 ears of corns suggested and added a little garlic poweder to the recipe and it was still fabulous!!! (I love garlic on just about everything!!!) I am making it for Thanksgiving, but exchanging the heavy cream for "PET milk" (can milk). It still tastes as good as using the heavy creamy!!! I will add this recipe to my collections!!!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipes was great! Not too sweet but just the right balance!! I loved it and so did my family!! We will be making this one again! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Real creamed corn is a food. It doesn't need flour to cheat the thickening. Bacon fat, butter, cream, and sugar make this a contrived non food. Would never, ever make this concoction. Creamed corn means that you "cream" the corn, not make it out of cream and especially not thickeners. Adding a bit of cream is cool. . . Even if you love bacon and bacon fat you could surely add it to a real creamed corn. item not reviewed by moderator and published
1st time preparing homemade creamed corn, can style is now a last resort!! My mom love it. Thanks Iris item not reviewed by moderator and published
I will never use creamed corn from the can again. This was sooooooooo good!! Rich, creamy and delicious. Everyone who ate the corn agreed that it's the best ever!!! I love the Neely's :) item not reviewed by moderator and published
I have made this a couple of times with a few changes. I did not use the bacon or bacon grease. Instead I cooked the flour first in the melted 1 TBL. butter then I added the rest of the ingredients. I also used a 10 oz. bag of frozen corn and just used store bought bacon bits. It turned out thick, rich and yummy and so easy to make! item not reviewed by moderator and published
When you share such wonderful recipes I can tolerate the corny inuendos. I tried this last year at the end of the corn season and couldn't wait for this year. Then I couldn't find my recipe or remember where it came from. When I found it it was all I remembered it was. The seasons about over and I will put it where I can find it next year at the beginning of the season. I would love to know how to can it. An old friend made canned corn that was almost as good. Never have liked the store bought stuff. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I wanted to impress my "Southern" friends for a small dinner party one night. I made the Neely's wonderful, delicious braised short ribs with mashed potatoes and this spectacular corn dish as a side and---Wow, did the compliments fly! I used both white and yellow corn, freshly picked and made the recipe exactly as printed--even fried up a few strips of bacon to get the grease--it was well worth the effort. The dish came out perfectly with just the right consistency. Everyone enjoyed it so much. Keep up the good work Pat and Gina--you have lots of fans out there. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My wife doesn't like creamed corn but she wanted to fix this for our boys and me. Pat and Gina have a new convert. My wife loved this. After tasting this, I told my wife never to buy creamed corn in a can again. Cutting the corn off the cob was a bit messy because the corn was so juicy. Follow the directions exactly and you'll have a hit. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My husband said this was the BEST corn--he EVER had and he loves his corn. Thank You!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This recipe is similar to one Mom makes with a little variation. I used less heavy cream and water because I used very tender silver queen white corn and it did not need to cook 30 minutes. I like for my corn to have a slight crunch so cooking 6 to 10 minutes was plenty, but this would depend on corn kernels and how tender they are. Self rising flour will work OK, too. It is good without the bacon grease but it does add flavor to the corn. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I am a creamed corn snob, I believe sweet corn in its purest form is bliss, no changes or improvements needed. I hate overly sugared sweet corn, and canned creamed corn is AWFUL to me. Since we're in sweet corn season, I hesitantly tried this for a dinner party. What a simple recipe! I did modify the recipe a bit. I didn't use bacon grease, I just don't have it on hand. I only used one tablespoon sugar because I didn't want that super sweet creamed corn taste. The results were fabulous! It didn't turn out as a baby food puree, the corn maintained the corn on the cob crunch, and the "sauce" was a rich, creamy, and buttery gravy. In fact, I think adding the other tablespoon of sugar would have only enhanced the corns natural sweetness, not overpower it! For the party, I cooked it hours ahead of time, and stored it in a galss casserole, then about 15 minutes prior to the meal, I popped it in the oven until bubbly and warmed through, then I added a thin layer of buttered bread crumbs on top. My mom actually thought it was a scalloped corn casserole that her mother used to make! Nice memory for her since my grandmother's been gone for several years now. Thanks Gina! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I love this recipe and actually enjoy several of the Neely's dishes...the pork soup, rub etc.... However this push for sex, sex, sex is a bit annoying. It annoys me that they think they are the sexiest couple alive. My husband and i challenge them to a throw-down!! ;) item not reviewed by moderator and published
I have made this recipe several times, but I usually leave out the bacon grease. Tonight I made it using the bacon grease and I definitely prefer the taste WITHOUT it. The fresh corn is so delicious and sweet, and I feel like the bacon flavor overpowers the dish too much. 5 stars for this recipe without using the bacon; It is a winner with my family every time! My favorite steakhouse has a creamed corn to die for, and I think this recipe rivals it. The use herbs in their recipe, so I usually add whatever I have on hand--chives, sage, or parsley...and a little fresh grated nutmeg takes it out of the ballpark. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is a very good recipe for fresh creamed corn. Just sweet enough and keeps well in the frig. Even better the next day. I love the Neely recipes, but sometimes have to mute the tv show. It can get a bit much. They do, however, have a great flair for creating wonderful dishes. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I've made this twice now and its sooooo good! The 2nd time around, I didn't put any sugar in it as my family wanted it a little less sweet. Sugar or no sugar, this is a definite keeper in our house :) item not reviewed by moderator and published
WHEN I MADE THIS CREAM STYLE CORN AND SERVED IT TO MY HUSBAND, THE FIRST THING HE SAID WAS "GOOD". HE WENT BACK FOR SECONDS. CORN USUALLY DON'T USUALLY AGREE WITH ME BUT I ATE IT ANYWAY AND IF I SUFFER, IT WILL BE WORTH IT!! "VERY, VERY GOOD"!! GWENN IN ROMULUS, MICHIGAN. item not reviewed by moderator and published
My family loves this corn!! And we enjoy Gina and Pat! They always brighten my day!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this after watching this episode today. My family scarfed it down. I added 1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper since we like our food spicy. Next time I think I'm going to add a Tbsp of Cream Cheese too. I only had 4 ears of corn so added one bag of frozen white shoepeg corn. This recipe is to die for... I highly recommend it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Now that fresh corn is back in season I decided to buy some and prepare fried corn for dinner this week-end. My granddaughter asked me to prepare the same fried corn dish I prepared last season. I could not remember who's recipe I used, talking about a panic attack. I search and searched, cookbook after cookbook. I finally went to Food Network.com and searched. As soon as I saw your recipe for Southern Creamed Corn I knew that was the one I used last summer. Thank you for this great recipe and so many other great recipes you have shared. Keep up the love in the kitchen and the good work. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This was my 1st time making creamed corn & it was SO good. I think the next time I will cook it just a little longer or add just a little more flour, wasnt as thick as I thought it should be. I didnt know making creamed corn was this easy. And instead of 8 ears or corn, I used a 1lb. bag of frozen sweet corn. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I had been trying to make creamed corn for years and could never find one that was as good as my Mammoo's was. Then I found this one. OMG, it's so good! This will be the third year that I have made it for Easter dinner. My Dad asks for every year since the first time I made it. I triple the recipe and it is always the first to go. I also make it several times a year for my family and we all love it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is the best creamed corn recipe EVER!!!!! Imade it for mothers day and I should have trippled the recipe. I made a feast and this is the firdt thingpeople went to for second and thirds!!!! Absolutely love it.... item not reviewed by moderator and published
Made this at Holiday time- did not use bacon grease, I am sure it would be even better. Used cheicken stock instead of water- a big hit! Thanks! item not reviewed by moderator and published
If you can find sweet 'Silver Queen' corn in the summer.. it is even better... big hit at our house! item not reviewed by moderator and published
I can't tell you how many times I have made this recipe! It is delicious! I always make it when I have people over and everyone always wants the recipe. There are NEVER leftovers! This is the perfect creamed corn! item not reviewed by moderator and published
1) 1 TB of sugar not 2 2) Cook about 6 strips of bacon, then add the corn mixture to the bacon/grease you just cooked and follow as directed. Oh my goodness - it is perfection! item not reviewed by moderator and published
my husband and my three year old had third helpings! this is are new family favorite! item not reviewed by moderator and published
Actually, my mother wasn't big on cooking and never made FRESH creamed corn, but if she had I'm sure this one would be better! Preparing this recipe brought back so many childhood memories of the days of going to the farmer's market and having to shuck corn when we got home. I actually had my husband take a picture of my 4-year old on her step stool helping me shuck the corn. The bacon gave me an excuse to buy REAL bacon, from a PIG! Not the healthiest choice but a very nice treat!! The texture of this dish was so creamy and smooth and the smokeyness of the bacon...just heavenly....I made it a second time when my mother came to visit and she told everyone with ears about the wonderful fresh corn her daughter prepared! item not reviewed by moderator and published
My kids have never liked creamed corn especially when it came out of the can! I made Gina's recipe last weekend and my 13 year old son ate 4 helpings! I'm making it again tonight. I don't much like cutting it off the cob but it is well worth the work! Good job, Gina and keep the recipes coming!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This corn is great! I think i will not put in the bacon grease next time because it was a little too much offsetting flavor. This is very similar to the AWESOME creamed corn at Rudy's BBQ. item not reviewed by moderator and published
The Neely's do it AGAIN! I just made this with Fresh Jersey White corn and it is FABULOUS! Tastes SO GOOD! I added a few extra pinches of sugar to taste... my husband is going to LOVE it! I'm making my famous meatloaf tonight with mashed potatoes - this corn is going to be the perfect side dish! item not reviewed by moderator and published
this was easy to prepare and tasted soooo good.I have already recommended to friends. item not reviewed by moderator and published
It's nothing like the canned stuff (thank goodness!). I really liked the recipe, but thought there was too much sugar (even after reducing it). The fresh corn is already sweet! Next time I'll try 1/2 the sugar and milk inplace of the half and half. Otherwise this would have been 5 Stars!. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This corn is sooo very good! Used 2 cans of DelMonte Selects white & yellow corn (which is the BEST canned corn on the market in my opinion), drained. Then mashed it slightly to get some juice and starch out of the corn. I also used half & half, added some ground nutmeg (which makes it even better, but freshly grated would make this out of this world!), and had only about 1 Tablespoon of bacon grease on hand. Used the ol' cast iron skillet and OMG, so very good. Can't wait until corn is in season so I can make this again with fresh...but will probably not wait that long;) item not reviewed by moderator and published
Being a creamed corn lover from down in South Georgia, we used to put up corn each summer when I was a little girl. Unfortunately, since I was very young when my Grandmother passed away, I never got her method of putting up corn. Gina, this is right on! I tweaked the recipe ever so slightly to suit my own taste, but now have that heavenly creamed corn that was enjoyed as a child growing up. You knew what you were doing by serving this dish because it never fails to catch those beaus! Your show is wonderful, thank you, and keep up the good work. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I cut the recipe in half and it worked fabulously. Loved it. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This was the perfect creamed corn recipe! The other reviews that said it tasted like flour perhaps did not cook it long enough. Great flavor! Everyone had seconds. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this meal and my neice does not like corn. I made her try it and who knew...she asked for seconds. I thought it was a great recipe and will be making it again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is THE BEST recipe for creamed corn that I have come across. I just picked some fresh corn from our garden and wanted to try creamed corn again. This is definately a keeper! Thanks so much!!! item not reviewed by moderator and published
This is such an awesome recipe! I topped it off with crumbled bacon to add extra flavor. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this whole menu last night, it was wonderful. I did cut down on the Bacon Grease, Sugar, and Cream, and I completly forgo the Butter to try to make it somewhat healthier - But it was still the in the top 2 of all the cream corns I have ever had. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I made this dish this evening and it was delicious. This is a recipe I was be using again and again. item not reviewed by moderator and published
Yes i do agree. item not reviewed by moderator and published
That's how my grandma fried her corn, with the bacon. item not reviewed by moderator and published
I remember it this way too. My grandma made me learn how to cook it myself. item not reviewed by moderator and published

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