I've been searching for a recipe that was made for me a few years ago, it was a dish that I would think would be more appropriately called corn pudding.
Years ago the person that made it was from Louisiana and I am not in touch with her.
The dish was really rich and not at all the consistency or texture of what I made yesterday. The side dish I remember was more than creamed corn, in between a pudding and not quiche like. Oh so hard to describe, so bear with me.
I found a recipe in my one of my cookbooks for corn pudding that sounded great, Toasted fresh corn and jalapeno, onion and garlic cloves. The dish was good, my husband loved it but it was more like a quiche. I should of known, the recipe called for 3 Tablespoons of flour. Actually, it reminded me of a green chili and cheese egg appetizer/entree more popular in the 90s.
The recipe I'm searching for is more pudding like (as in American pudding) and it was very rich, I think it had to have cream cheese, butter, and it was spicy really spicy. Probably serrano or jalapenoes. She loved hot things and this was really spicy. Perhaps it is a Cajun corn pudding?
Does anyone have a recipe for corn pudding that is like what I'm trying to describe?
I would really appreciate if anyone will share their recipe or point me in the right direction!