Patty's StoryFound this in an old Mennonite Cookbook circa 1950! This collection of over 1,100 recipes comes from most of the Mennonite communities in the United States and Canada.
It really is a good summer side dish. Just not one you would indulge in too often. We tried it and loved it!
Hope you enjoy it too. I will find other interesting recipes in this large book and post them as well.
4 cups fresh or frozen corn
1 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1 1/2 tsp sugar
1 cup finely diced bacon
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1Turn oven to 350 D/F.
2Place corn in a greased baking dish.
Season with sugar, salt and pepper.
Cover entire top of dish with finely diced bacon.
Bake for 35 minutes of until bacon is crisp.
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Verona McNabb verona - Apr 21, 2012
Sure glad you posted this. What is not to like with corn and bacon. So looking for more recipes from your book.
Patty Ward lemongrasslady - Apr 21, 2012
Thanks! I will be posting more soon.
susan simons imbossmare - Apr 21, 2012
Thanks for posting this recipe so simple but sounds great especially with Summer comming.
Carol White Mstwinkie - Apr 21, 2012
This looks very good. Quick and easy recipe. Thank you for sharing.
Pat Duran kitchenchatter - Apr 21, 2012
Thanks for posting -I will enjoy this. Bacon in one of my passions. Hugs, Pat