Monday, November 24, 2008

Creamed Corn

This past weekend, on Friday night, Eric and I had over 2 couples that we love to hang out with, and usually when we get together we all go out for dinner, well instead we had the babysitter take the kids out, and we stayed in. 
Anyway blah blah, I made creamed corn as one of the sides and they both asked for the recipe so I said I would post it.
There is seriously nothing to this recipe, but it is one of my favorites at Thanksgiving.
(oh and by the way, I made the creamed corn as a side to a crown roast that was so good, I will post that recipe later, it even impressed Eric.)

Creamed Corn
I package frozen petite white corn
8 oz. of half and half
white pepper

Pour the frozen corn straight from the bag into a pan on the stove (set to medium heat)
and add the half and half, until it starts to simmer, stirring consistantly.
Add 8 tps. sugar
1 teaspoon of salt
and pepper to taste, keep letting it simmer until it starts the thicken a little.
Add 2 tablespoons of melted butter.

Serve warm. Some people like to add some finely chopped scallions to this recipe, I never do, but it is good.

So easy and So good. This is a good one to volunteer to bring for Thanksgiving if you are not as confident in the kitchen, there is really no way to mess this up.

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