Published: 05/06/2009 - Updated: 05/25/2019
Author: Nayeli Reyes3 Comments
Have you tried the corn cake? With this cereal countless dishes can be prepared as soup, stews, salads and rich desserts with rich minerals and trace elements, and with the great advantage that the corn does not contain gluten and is a good emollient and protective of the intestinal mucosa. If you are a celiac, you can consume cornmeal with confidence. (Note: the recipes shown here may contain ingredients with gluten.)
Pumpkins with corn Mexican style
Yield: 4 servings
- 4 squash
- 2 corn (chocolate, corn cob)
- 1 green pepper
- 2 tomatoes
- 1 clove of garlic
- 1 small onion
- 1 cup of cream (cream)
- one teaspoon oil
- Salt to taste
- Liquefy tomato, onion and garlic with a dash of water and lightly fry in the teaspoon of oil.
- Let it simmer 10 minutes.
- Cut into squash and pepper in squares husking the corn and add all the previous preparation with the cream, leaving approximately 20 minutes during cooking.
- It is accompanied with rice.
Red rice with corn
- 2 cups of brown rice
- 4 and a half cups of boiling water
- 1 teaspoon of oil
- Tomato puree
- Vegetable Consomme
- Ground cumin
- A cup of corn kernels
- Juice of half lemon
- Heat a pan with oil and pre-washed rice. Fry until brown.
- Then add the tomato puree, seasoning and a few minutes then add the boiling water and corn.
- Season with the cumin, vegetable broth, sea salt and lemon.
- When boiling, cover and allow to simmer for half an hour or until cooked.
Spaghetti with tomatoes and corn
Yield: 4 servings
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- 250 grams of spaghetti
- 2 cups of water
- 1 clove of garlic
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- 300 grams of cherry tomatoes to one half
- 10 tender corns
- 1 sprig of fresh oregano
- Parmesan cheese to accompany
- Boil pasta in water with 2 cups and a clove of garlic.
- In a skillet, heat the olive oil and cherry tomatoes sautéing for 2 minutes.
- Add tender corn and the sprig of oregano, and cook for 5 minutes over high heat.
- Turn off heat and add the hot pasta.
- Stir and serve.
Yield: 15 servings
- 1 can of corn cream
- 2 ½ cups of flour
- 3 tablespoons of baking powder
- ½ teaspoon of baking soda
- 1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon of nutmeg
- 2 cups of raisins
- 50 grams of butter
- 1 can of condensed milk
- ½ cup of sugar
- 3 eggs
- 2 cups of frozen corn grain
- ½ cup of sugar glass
- 6 strawberries, washed
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- Join flour and baking royal, apart, blend the creamed corn with butter, condensed milk, cinnamon, eggs, nutmeg and grains of corn.
- Add the above mixture to the flour, the raisins and sugar.
- Put the mixture into a baking mold, previously greased and floured, metal oven at 200 degrees for 30 or 40 minutes.
- Remove from oven and cool to be able to lubricate, then put it on a tray and sprinkle with sugar glass and garnish with strawberry slices.
Yield: 6 servings
- 6 corn husking
- 6 cups of milk
- 1 finely chopped onion
- 2 tbsp. of butter
- 1 cucumber, sliced
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Blend the corn with a cup of milk.
- In a saucepan, add butter and onion until browned.
- Add onions, add corn puree and remaining milk, add salt and pepper and let boil.
- Serve hot in bowl.
- Put up a few grains of corn and a few slices of cucumber.
About the author
My people don?t know the many ways of preparing corn and in other places of the world there is a wide variety of corn, which can prepare exotic recipes, and even cornmeal which is useful preparing bakery, this is a good option if you want to change some ingredients
corn cake is delicious, so much that you can’t even imagine, and that is because many people are not used to recipes like this one, which can be combined with so many things and even a salad or some meat, so this is good to see, people sharing great recipes!
I grew up in Nebraska, which is supposedly the “land of the corn”. We even named our college football team “the cornhuskers”, which was actually a step up from the “bug-eaters”. Anywho, there are some really great sounding recipes here that I’ve never heard of…which says a lot coming from “corn country”.