Creamy Fried Confetti Corn

  • salandry54 Posted: 05/22/09
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    This is TERRIFIC! And, if you have a kernel remover tool of some sort, it is actually very easy. It is a great way to enjoy fresh corn when in season. I also add 2 chopped jalapenos (seeds removed), use fat-free cream cheese instead, and top it with cheddar cheese or monterey jack along with the bacon and bake it for about 30 minutes also. This is definitely a "KEEPER"!

  • MaryAP Posted: 11/28/09
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    SOOOO GOOOOD !!!!!

  • aggiegirl96 Posted: 08/13/09
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    Amazing!!! I even used non-fat cream cheese and fat-free half and half and it was SO good! I am going to try turkey bacon next time. This will become a staple for sure. I took the suggestion of someone else and used the corn I had in the freezer, still frozen. I also ran out of green bell pepper so I doubled up on the red bell pepper. This recipe is simply wonderful!!!

  • bravekatie Posted: 11/30/09
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    I was really expecting some momma-slappin' just based on all the ingredients, but the peppers fell a little flat and I couldn't really taste them. However, bacon makes everything wonderful and it was a big hit for Thanksgiving, so I would make it again. It was a hit with several people.

  • shell5374 Posted: 11/28/10
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    Very tasty! Everyone at the table liked it!

  • TJsCook Posted: 11/27/10
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    I made this for Thanksgiving and it received rave reviews. I would have given the recipe 3 stars, but based on the feedback I received from others I bumped it to four. The recipe didn't specify white v. yellow corn (looks like yellow in the picture). I'm not a fan of yellow corn, so I used white and it was still very tasty. Can't wait to make this again in the Spring when corn comes in season and hopefully at that time I can come back and rate it 5 stars!

  • jenniferkatie Posted: 06/20/11
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    WOW, this was SOOO good! I even made wth reduced fat cream cheese and fat free 1/2 and 1/2 and it was devine!! Will deffinatly make again! So yummy and creamy, you will not be disappointed!!

  • laegnome Posted: 09/09/11
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    Delicious and tasted very indulgent even though I used "Light" Cream Cheese, Fat-Free Half-and-Half, and Turkey Bacon. I added more peppers then was called for to make things more colorful and used fresh-off-the-cob corn. Great alongside a burger or something fancier!

  • tara31 Posted: 09/16/12
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    Made this for Mother's Day and received RAVE reviews! Used fat free cream cheese, fat free 1/2 & 1/2 and Morning Star soy bacon for a vegetarian side dish. Will definitely be making again for the same group on Thanksgiving!

  • rlbaylorm Posted: 08/13/12
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    Daughter in law made this recipe for family get together and it was a great hit. Had to look up the recipe!!!!!

  • Shonnah Posted: 12/26/12
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    I followed the recipe and used fresh shucked corn, it was rich and ok. The kids didn't like it because of the bell pepper. It was different. It did taste better the second day. The bacon is what made the dish.

  • contentedgirl Posted: 08/17/13
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    Great recipe for fried corn! My husband loved it, too! I used 1/3 less fat cream cheese and used red bell pepper and a red chili pepper instead of the green bell pepper as I really don't care for green bell peppers. Also, I used half the amount of bacon but I stirred it into the dish in the end instead of putting it on top. Will definitely make this again!

  • Jbfalcons Posted: 11/24/13
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    Kids loved it. To reduce calories, use canned sweet corn and substitute half of the half-and-half with liquid reserved from the can. I added a little chipotle for some heat and it fit well. bake for. 30min to ring it all together

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