1Preheat your oven to 350. Why that heats up melt 2 tablespoons of the butter in a oven proof pan (I like my cast iron for this). Add the pepper, onion and spices until soft just a few minutes, then add the corn and spinach and cook another 2-3 minutes until all heated well.
2Remove and let cool in a bowl off to the side. Then beat your eggs and mix with the milk, vinegar and a little more salt and pepper. Add the eggs to the vegetable mix. Important to let the vegetables cool a bit.
3Add the other 2 tablespoons of butter to the pan and put the mixture in, cook over low stirring with a fork until slightly set about 10 minutes if that. Then bake at 350 for an addition 5-10 minutes until eggs are set. The last couple of minutes I like to top with fresh goat cheese
There are plenty of uses for roasted red peppers, and though a store-bought jar of them will do in a pinch, freshly roasted and skinned peppers are easy enough to do yourself. This method involves a little more energy than others—a little dinner-prep calisthenics.
An elevated version of the recipe we all know and love, Fresh Corn Spoonbread is almost just as it sounds – made with fresh ears of corn and served in single-serving ramekins with a spoon like you would corn pudding.