Sautéed Corn

Some of the best recipes are simple…letting the really fresh taste of garden vegetables shine through.  This recipe from Practical Produce is one of those.  I made just two servings for our lunch, so I’m giving both my recipe and the original 6 servings.  I don’t have a cost because everything except the optional bacon was from the garden.  I have made this with frozen corn too, and while not as good, it can perk up winter appetites.
                                        Sautéed Corn
2 Servings
6 Servings
 2 Tablespoons  Green Pepper -- chopped
  1/3  Cup  Green Pepper -- chopped
 2 Tablespoons  Onion -- chopped
  1/3  Cup  Onion -- chopped
 1  Tablespoons  Butter
  3      Tablespoons  Butter
 1  Cup   Corn -- Fresh cut
  3      Cups  Corn -- Fresh cut
 1/4      Teaspoon  Salt
  3/4  Teaspoon  Salt
 Dash  Pepper
  1/4  Teaspoon  Pepper
 1-2 Slices Bacon             (Optional)
  4-6 Slices Bacon           (Optional)
  • Sauté pepper and onion in butter until soft.  Stir in corn and seasonings.  Cover and cook 8-10 minutes, stirring once or twice.
  • If desired, fry 4-6 slices bacon.  Remove bacon and reserve 3 tbsp. drippings.  Sauté the vegetables in the drippings.  Eliminate salt.  Cover and cook 8-10 minutes, stirring once or twice.  Sprinkle with crumbled bacon before serving.


2 comments:

  1. I love the sauteed corn & I love your site. adding you as a friend & I am following you :-) big hug

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  2. I love both corn and bacon, so a copy of this recipe is stuck on my fridge for immediate use. Your pictures are fantastic, and I am glad I found your blog. Now, I want to read every recipe you have posted, and I may not get my house cleaned today. Heh!

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