Rhonda Gibson Recipe

Aunt Linda's Corn Pudding

By Rhonda Gibson bettyboop42413


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Rhonda's Story

This is my late aunt Linda's "Corn Pudding" recipe. My cousin makes this for every holiday to carry on her tradition.

Ingredients

2 can(s)
cream style corn
2 can(s)
whole kernel corn (drained)
2 stick
butter, melted
2 box
jiffy corn muffin mix
2 small
containers sour cream

Directions Step-By-Step

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(You can add a couple TBSP of sugar if you want it on the sweeter side)

Preheat oven to 350°. Mix everything in a large bowl then pour into a buttered 9 x 13 dish. It takes about an hour to cook. Make sure the middle is not "jiggly" before taking it out of the oven. Sometimes it will look done and be nice and golden brown but the middle is not cooked.

About this Recipe

Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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12 Comments

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Lynn Dees Marshview
Dec 1, 2011
This one, of all the ones I see posted, sounds the most like the one that I make... However, I also add a can of Mexican Corn as well, and little bit of milk. The little "kick" that the Mexican Corn gives it, breaks the sweetness and adds a little more "flavor". I cannot remember where I first got my recipe, but ever since I made it first a couple years ago, my family now wants it EVERY Holiday! :)
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Rhonda Gibson bettyboop42413
Sep 12, 2011
Not really like the sweet corn cake, the consistency is different. This is a bit smoother, I think. I recall the corn cake being sort of "grainy."
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Chris T. chrisb64
Sep 12, 2011
Hi Rhonda, I am curious...is this like Chilis corn cake...which is a sweet scoopable mexican corn dish...mostly served as a dessert?
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Janet Knuutila janetknuu
Jan 29, 2011
I made this for Thanksgiving and Christmas but added a few more ingredients I added eggs, sharp cheddar cheese shredded and also 3 cans of ortega chopped chilies I totally drained all the water out of the chilies by pressing the backside of a spoon to them so no water was in them and then I added a teaspoon of vanilla extract to it... and 1 tablespoon of sugar it was real good and everybody loved it....
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Rhonda Gibson bettyboop42413
Nov 22, 2010
Janet, no question is a stupid question :). It is the 8 oz. containers, however, you could use one 16 oz. container. I have found that, around here, two 8 oz. containers is usually cheaper than buying the bigger one for some reason?