Side Dishes With Corn
It's hard to pick up any food product from a store shelf these days that doesn't have corn in it. Corn is used for its syrup in soft drinks, energy drinks, various dessert items and pretty much anything else that tastes sweet and has been processed. Corn starch is used in soups, gravies and custards as a thickening agent. Corn is used as a filler and additive in fast food as well to extend usage of products and to lower costs.
Popcorn is a popular dish. It is made by heating individual kernels - either in a microwave oven or in hot oil in a pan - and is a favorite treat at the movie theater or just at home for a quick and tasty snack.
Many recipes call for the addition of corn or cornmeal. Corn on the cob is very popular at dinnertime in America, as is eating the kernels of corn by themselves which is usually served with butter or some type of cream. Corn is used with various other ingredients and served as appetizers or side dishes.
Corn And Raisin Pudding
Corn and Raisin Pudding is made with corn, raisins, bread crumbs, milk, eggs, sugar and flour. All the ingredients, except the corn, are beaten together until they are well mixed. Then the corn is stirred in and the mixture turned out onto a piece of cheesecloth. The cloth is tied with a string and cooked in a double boiler and the mixture is thick and creamy like a pudding. The pudding can be served as a side dish, as well as an appetizer, dessert or a snack.
Baked Corn Tamale
For Baked Corn Tamale, lightly toasted corn meal is stirred into boiling milk. Then stewed corn, sliced olives and lightly beaten eggs are added and mixed well. This mixture is combined with onions, sweet peppers and tomatoes that have been cooked separately in butter. Add egg, stir and then pour the corn mixture into a greased baking pan and bake until the corn is golden brown. Serve hot.
Amish Sour Cream Cornbread
Amish Sour Cream Cornbread is a tasty treat for almost any meal. You can have a pan of fresh, hot bread in almost no time. Simply mix together cornmeal, flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, sour cream, milk, egg and shortening. Bake for about 20 minutes, serve and enjoy!
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