I have a question about the recipe "Summer Corn Pudding" from Lizthechef.
Do you think it would be good without the basil for a winter meal?
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Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I think so. (I guess you'd have to use frozen corn.) You might want to increase the scallions. Can you get fresh sage? (I used to grow it and would often have a little left in the winter.) There's a corn risotto with fresh sage on this site http://food52.com/recipes... that's really delicious. Sage would be great.
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Thyme also goes well with corn. I've used it in corn pudding (not this, but a similar recipe), corn chowder, etc.
Agree - use fresh thyme...
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