Trudy’s Corn Souffle Is Perfect For Thanksgiving
Want to add a new dish to your Thanksgiving meal this year? I have one for you that tastes scrumptious and is super easy to make.
It’s called corn souffle. Think of it as a giant sized corn muffin in a souffle dish. Some people also call it corn casserole or corn pudding. Not only does it taste yummy, it’s extremely easy to prepare and also doesn’t take much time. My Mom has made this for years and while it’s a perfect side dish for Thanksgiving, it works well with meals all year long. So, here’s what you need to make corn souffle. One box of Jiffy corn muffin mix, one can of creamed corn, one can of whole kernel corn, one stick of butter, one cup of sour cream, one egg and a souffle dish.
First, grease the interior of the souffle dish with butter, Set aside the remainder of the stick of butter.
Next, mix both cans of corn and sour cream in the souffle dish.
Beat one egg into the mixture.
Stir the box of Jiffy corn muffin mix into the mixture.
Melt the stick of butter and add it to the mix.
Mix all thoroughly.
Put in 350 degree oven for about an hour and fifteen minutes. When a knife inserted into souffle is cleanly withdrawn and surface of souffle is golden brown, you’re done.
Serve warm with dinner as a side dish. As an added treat, try it for breakfast with syrup or honey.