Fried Corn and Veggies for Dinner!

Discussion in 'Common Vegetables' started by kathrynn, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. kathrynn

    kathrynn Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Since the Victory Garden is producing nicely....figured I would go mainly Veggies for dinner.  If yall don't know what Fried corn is....will show ya with some pics!

    Start out with a bunch of fresh ears of corn.  I used Bi-color from a local farmer's market.  Get a Bundt Pan and a sharp knife.

    Shuck the corn and get all the silks off.  Put the smaller end in the hole of the bundt pan.  Go to town...cut the kernals off and use the back of the knife and scrap the cob to get any "milk" off the cob.

    The bundt pan works great to hold all of that yummy goodness.

    I use a Cast iron skillet, salt, pepper and about 1/2 a stick of butter.  Let the butter melt in the skillet and get bubbly....throw that corn in and "fry" until it's just done.  Will still be a bit crunchy and YUMMMMM!

    Here is the rest of dinner last nite!

    Here was my plate....don't eat maters...but the others did. Slice of Ham, boiled cabbage, green beans, fried corn and corn bread.  I was hungry!

    Nice hot slice of corn bread.

    Pone of corn bread

    Baked maters fresh from the garden.  Salt, pepper, Italian Seasoning and a slice of provolone on each one.  Bake at 350* until mushy and the cheese gets browned.

    Thanks for looking!

    Last edited: Jul 17, 2013
  2. Kat

    That looks Sooooooooooooo good. Now I wish I had some corn.

    Happy smoken.

  3. pcallison

    pcallison Fire Starter

      That's a great loking spread Kat. That's pretty close to what we had for dinner last night.

    Grilled zucchini, tomatoes, corn, bell pepper, plus a little enchilada casserole. Love fresh veggies on the grill. That's a great tip on using a bundt pan for cutting up the corn, will be

    using that one for sure. Thanks for sharing.

        See ya, Phillip 
  4. That whole meal looks great Kat!  [​IMG]   I can't eat green beans & live to tell about it but the rest wouldn't stand a chance!  [​IMG]     I haven't had fried corn in a good while - might have to try & make that happen soon  [​IMG]
  5. kathrynn

    kathrynn Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Thank YOU!  I saw someone else use that method....and wanted to share it here.  I had a dozen ears....and it took me about 15 minutes to do them that way.

  6. Looks great! We had Homemade Elk Pastrami Reubens!
  7. kathrynn

    kathrynn Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Yummmm.....that does sound good.  I have some corned beef in the freezer.  Will have to do some strami for Jennifer before she goes back to college in August.


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