Living in a rural Michigan you can’t drive very far without passing a corn field. In the summer these fields produce sweet, amazing food. In the fall the stalks make for a perfect corn maze that we chase our kids through while drinking apple cider. Today for Sunday Supper I’m sharing my Corn Pudding. Easy to make and the perfect compliment to your dinner plans any time of year.
Just a few items and you are on your way to corn perfection. So gather your ingredients….
First, shuck your corn. I have to admit that I am not sure what the ‘perfect’ way to do this since I almost always end up picking the silk out for way longer than I have to. But I’m excited tonight at 7PM EST you can join us on Twitter for our #SundaySupper chat. I have a feeling that some of the best cooks I know will spill their secrets on how they do it. Follow the #SundaySupper hashtag to join in the fun. Once your corn is naked, add some water to a large pot and boil for around 15 minutes.
After your corn has cooked set aside to cool. Trust me you do not want to handle hot corn! Once it has cooled take a knife and remove the kernels from the ear. The next part is so easy. Add your dry ingredients to a bowl. Add your wet ingredients, cheese and corn. Mix.
Transfer to a greased baking dish. I use a nice small one with a lid to cover it if there’s leftovers. Bake at 375 degrees for 18 minutes. And here you are…..
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!
Thank you so much to this Sunday Supper host Ellen Folkman from Family Around the Table. Now that Michigan Sweet Corn is at it’s peak here are 35+ more recipes to try.
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