Melt butter in a small skillet on medium heat, add corn, sauté until desired doneness, about 3 to 5 minutes, remove from heat stir in lime juice and cilantro, add salt to taste and serve.
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This is a nice side dish to take to pot luck dinners or to serve with supper. Freezes well, also! Prepare rice as directed on package.
We make baked corn at holiday meals. It's a side dish that reminds me of getting together with family.
This dish is made with frozen sweet corn, and cream cheese, heavy whipping cream and salted butter. The crock pot not only melts, but blends the ingredients together in a most wonderful way.
I like this recipe because it not only tastes very good, but it's economical to make!
A tasty recipe for fresh corn.
Remove as much silk as possible from corn. Then, using a sharp chef's knife, cut kernels off the cob. You want to end up with 3 to 3-1/2 cups corn. If ears are large, you may not need corn from all cobs.
Mix ingredients and place in buttered casserole dish. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees F.
Beat eggs well; add other ingredients. Pour into buttered casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees F for 30-40 minutes, as any custard. (If baked too long, it will curdle).
Mix. Melt 2 Tbsp. margarine in baking dish. Pour corn mixture on top of melted margarine. Bake in 350 degree F oven for about 30 minutes.
Try this delicious recipe made with corn baked in a milk, flour, eggs, and sugar custard. This is a page about making Mennonite baked corn.
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Makes a sauce of lard, flour, milk and seasonings. Add corn, egg and Worcestershire sauce.