Thursday, September 9, 2010

Summer Corn Pudding!

Now is the time of the season to experience one of my favorite vegetables, CORN!!!! This is the time of the year when corn is at it's best, so crisp and sweet!

I took some time to visit a local farm stand and am enjoying this rewarding bounty!


Here's some of the corn as I prepare to shuck it!

Other than straight off the cob, with a little butter and freshly ground black pepper, I wanted to share another, and different way, of enjoying fresh corn. This recipe is for Corn Pudding and is such a favorite! It was delicious nice and warm from the oven and it's equally enjoyable chilled from the fridge the next day!

You can get the recipe here: Corn Pudding.

To make the corn pudding the first thing you must do is remove the corn kernels from the cob. Be sure to get all that yummy milky liquid that exudes from the cob.


This is generally done standing the cob up in a bowl and "scraping" a chef's knife down the cob. Of course, there are tools available to make this job easier such as this Corn Stripper.

Here I have all the ingredients assembled to make this sweet & savory pudding


The corn kernels, fresh eggs, butter, cream cheese, sugar, baking powder and a little salt.


Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl until all combined.


Ready for about an hour in the oven!


All baked and smells so good, but it must cool before diving into it!


Serve this as an anytime treat this summer. It's great as a unique side dish!

Enjoy some more mouth-watering corn recipes this summer by clicking here: Summer Corn Ideas!

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