Saturday, March 10, 2012

Fried Corn Recipe

Day 11
7 Recipes Completed
2 Projects in progress

As you can see this is not the most beautiful dish to look at, but it is truly one of my favorite holiday side dish’s. Right up  there with green bean casserole and mashed potatoes. My father would always make this and I was to busy shoveling it into my mouth to think how it was made. Last year he was unable to make it do to his arthritis and gave me the recipe. Takes a little time but not much work and its a great recipe to start as you do other things.

Fried Corn
6 Corn on the cob
5 Garlic cloves
2 stalks celery
2 carrots
6 slices bacon
1 Large onion
Salt and Pepper

Cut bacon into ½ inch pieces and throw in frying pan, meanwhile cut corn off the cob and milk the cob and put aside. In another bowl mince garlic, chop celery, onions and carrots fine. Once bacon is crisp add corn and fry for about 5 min. Then add garlic, onions, carrots and celery cover to top of vegetables with water, add salt and pepper to taste. Bring to a boil on med high heat. Once at a boil stir and turn to med heat cover and let slowly boil for 2 hours.

This can be served with the liquid drained or as a soup.

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