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Old 07-03-2019, 02:41 AM   #1
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Ba'corn recipe from Chef John...

I just watched this Chef John video, and it looks REALLY good.



Link to the written recipe: https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2019/07/bacorn.html

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Old 07-03-2019, 05:16 AM   #2
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Creamed corn with cheese...
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Old 07-03-2019, 02:45 PM   #3
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Chef John does it again!!


I'm ready to do this with some seasoned shrimp covering the top before it's broiled. That sounds way better than the classic Shrimp and Grits !!

Thanks for the heads up Casey.
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Creamed corn with cheese...
And BACON! And JALAPEÑOS! Really ups the yum factor
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I'm ready to do this with some seasoned shrimp covering the top before it's broiled. That sounds way better than the classic Shrimp and Grits !!

Thanks for the heads up Casey.
I like that idea.
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OH MY GAWD!!!

MUST_TRY_THIS_DISH!!!!
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Old 07-03-2019, 05:40 PM   #7
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And BACON! And JALAPEÑOS! Really ups the yum factor
I use bacon and bacon grease in my creamed corn, always have.
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I use bacon and bacon grease in my creamed corn, always have.
Oh. I've never heard of it being done that way. Sounds good.
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It was way better than Shrimp and Grits....
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This really does sound good. I'm going to have to try this. Thank you for sharing thiis CD.
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Kayelle, were the shrimp you used already cooked or raw?
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Old 07-03-2019, 11:20 PM   #12
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The shrimp were raw Taxi. They were 31-40 count and about a pound of them. I used the Serious Eats recommendation of sprinkling the bowl of cleaned shrimp with 1 tsp. Kosher salt and 1/4 tsp. baking soda and marinating like that for an hour in the fridge. They were then broiled on top of the corn mixture till they were just pink. Perfect.
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oh my, heading to the freezer! Should be ready in time for lunch, brunch.
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I enjoy watching Chef John's videos, but have only made a few of the recipes. This one is probably the first one that I decided I just gotta' make.

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Has anyone else made this? I did. It was good. I will tweak it.
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Has anyone else made this? I did. It was good. I will tweak it.
Not yet, but it sure looks good. What tweaks do you plan to make?
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Not yet, but it sure looks good. What tweaks do you plan to make?
#1, I will cook the bacon more.
#2, I will add the other veg before I add the corn.
#3, I will try substituting yogourt or sour cream for the heavy cream

I'll do #s 1 & 2 and once I have that tweaked to my taste, I'll try #3.

I may also increase the amount of jalapenos or switch to a hotter pepper.

The bacon was cooked enough. I just happen to like the way the flavour changes when the bacon gets crisp. The flavour change stays, even if the bacon gets soft from other ingredients.
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It's on my 'to do' - 'gotta try' list.
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I like crispy bacon, too
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I almost always tweak anything I cook from a recipe. It feels more like "cooking."

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