Paula Deen cooks up her quick and easy recipe for bacon creamed corn.
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All right you all, I’ve got my baking frying in my pan from my corn and this is the way my mother used to cook cream corn. Now, if you can get your hands on one of these corn graters, these are the greatest little inventions and you can find these at hardware stores. Maybe you’ll be able to find them at department stores.
So, all you do is run your corn down your blade and when I get through with these, I am still not done with this corn on the cab because you know who gets it now, Lady Bird and Dixie. Let’s come on down here now and we’re going to fry our corn and the beauty of this corn is, it takes anywhere from five to ten minutes to fry it up. Hear that corn frying?
All right, look at the corn frying up in that baking grease. Oh great time a day. Just to make sure, you know I’ve got to put some butter in here because I just love the two flavors of the fat from the bacon and the flavor of the butter. I just love those flavors together.
The corn is so sweet. I don’t even think I want to put salt in it because I am afraid it would camouflage that sweetness but I am going to add some black pepper because Michael is a tremendous fan of black pepper and he likes it on everything he eats and I think that will give it a good flavor too.
So, I am going to toss the bacon that I fried up just a few minutes ago. I am going to toss it into the corn and get that last little bit of drip in and I am going to let this cook for about ten minutes, not very long. It won’t require much cooking.