SOUTHERN SWEET CORN NUGGETS

mMmmmm.... nuggitz!!!

teeheehee

 

have you ever had them?!?!

oh, dear...

they are deeeee-vine to boot xD

soooo nyummyLicious, u'aLL

iVe never had them 'tiL

they were mistakenLy added

to my tray @ the hospital during lunch last semester

and, now...

can't get enuf of 'em!

 

here's how:

1]Mix 11 oz can of creamed corn and drained 11 oz can of whole kernel corn.

2] Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Spritz a coat of cooking spray on foil to prevent sticking. Drop spoonfuls of the corn mixture onto the sheet. Allow to freeze until firm, about 3 hours.

3] Heat one inch of oil to 350 degrees F in a large deep skillet or deep fryer.

4] Mix 1/2c cornmeal, 1/2c flour, 1 egg white, 2T nonfatmilk, dash of salt & pepper in a medium bowl.

5] Dip frozen corn nuggets in the batter, & quickly fry in hot oil until golden brown.

6] Remove to paper towels to drain.

 

VoiLà \(^u^)/

bon appétit!

  • 2-Dog-Farm 7y

    no, never had them before but they sure look good!
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  • crazyinthenight 7y

    Hi. I've got two comments:

    1) "Cooking spray". Imagine it must be something like oil made sprayable..? Not really known over here.

    2) Doesn't the whole thing lack some seasoning?

    Corn is not really too common over here. At least, the only well-known european "dishes" I remember based on corn are Polenta (Italian) and maybe cooked corncobs with salt and butter. And cornflakes and popcorn. ;-)
  • abionson 7y

    Looks good...i'll have to try the recipe!
  • aJ Gazmen 7y

    you must!
    1. yep, you got it!
    2. no seasoning needed bec sweet already AND i rareLy use saLt, onLy pepper on my foods
    trying to be heaLthy!
  • Mrs. Jilly Leitner (Sorry not around so much) 7y

    o my, my granny make's a more flat version of these...but still yumm yumm
  • Brigitte 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • vantab05 7y

    Must be a southern food, it is fried! Of course that makes it yummy :))
  • Rudy James 7y

    This is the best food ever invented. I am in love with these get them local from a place in New Brunswick, NJ
  • carla8dec 3y

    I LOVE these things! I will have to try this recipe. About how many does this make, or how big do you make them?
  • KsBrunette 3y

    Can you batter them up and then freeze them? Like a second step? I think would be nice to do a whole bunch of them and have frozen.. Then when needing a batch for company or the teens, etc. can just take them out and fry them up...
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