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"Greatest Stuff Ever! Not Just A Side Dish!"
Shirley M. Baff
(Philadelphia, PA USA)
Don't think of this as only a side dish...soak in water or milk overnight and add to stew, soup or cornbread. When adding to cornbread I cook it first. If you like adventure don't follow the package recipe all the time. Cook it on the stovetop and add real butter, sugar, brown sugar, ground cloves. cinnamon, oregano, basil, pre-cooked onions or peppers or garlic or all, and different flavored peppers. In other words dried corn is a great food base for creating other incredible side dish foods. Once the incredients are cooked fairly well, add more butter, stir and simmer all day. I much prefer stove top cooking rather than baking because the deep rich nut-like flavors are much more intense. Always have dried corn on the holidays and don't hesitate to add it to stuffing for the bird.