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I made some Jambalaya and had this with it when I had guests over for a Cajun dinner. Everyone loved this dish! It's rich, creamy and absolutely delicious. We loved the heat along with the sweetness of the corn. Deelicious!

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OutOfThyme January 24, 2009

This was rich but absolutely delightful. I loved the slight hint of heat from the cayenne. It was a big hit at the dinner table and will definitely make this again. Thanks, Kate.

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chefwally July 03, 2006

This was wonderful! I've never had it before, but I think it could become a special occasion dish for us. As one reviewer suggested, I added a little crumbled bacon because I feel just about anything benefits from the addition of bacon. Rich, butexcellent texture and taste. Thank you for posting this.

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mainecooncat January 09, 2006

One of my families favorites. It was cooked best by my grandmother who was born 1888 in St. Martinville, Louisiana. She added bacon to this recipe for added flavor. Step 2 is a key step. Great recipe!!!

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Geno Dominique December 08, 2005

Kate, this was great. We liked it, however this is quite rich (just our personal taste I think), which is not a negative thing but don't serve this with other rich food - it can stand alone with steamed fish or grilled chicken for sure. I personally loved the hint of spice which helped to cut through the richness of the cream and egg. Thanks Kate.

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LilKiwiChicken October 15, 2005

Oh, wow! This is a stripped down version, but it is SO good! Turned up the heat a lot by adding more cayenne... Kids, DH and I love this! Thanks so much CK for this one!

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Queen Dragon Mom September 07, 2005
Maquechoux ( Smothered Corn)