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The Best Canned Parmesan Corn

Parmesan Canned Corn

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Whether you've been cooking for year or are a beginner, you'll find the perfect canned corn side dish for your next meal. Skip those long store lines and let your pantry shine.  If you want your canned corn to taste as good as possible, start with a better quality one. Look for a can that says “sweet corn”.  Sharing of this recipe to social media is both encouraged and appreciated. Please share the direct link back to the recipe.​

Instant Pot Parmesan Canned Corn

To your instant pot, add 1 can corn UN-drained. Add 4 TBSP butter, 1/2 tsp salt, and 1/4 tsp Pepper Place your lid on, make sure you are on sealing and not venting. Pressure cook ( or manual) for 2 minutes. (The corn will have a buttery look to it when it's done) Once done, add corn and juice to an 8x8 casserole dish, sprinkle 1/2 cup shredded Parmesan cheese on top, broil on high for about 5 min, until top is golden brown.   Enjoy!~

Parmesan Canned Corn

You Will Need

1 Can Green Giant sweet Corn
4 TBSP Butter
1/2 tsp Salt 
1/4 tsp Pepper
1/2 Cup Shredded Parmesan Cheese

Stove Top Fresh Corn Parmesan Corn

You can do this recipe with fresh corn taken off the cob. Once you clean and remove kernels. Follow stove top or instant pot directions

For Parmesan Corn on the cob Click Here

Other Ideas to spruce up canned corn

  • Cajun seasoning

  • Green chilies

  • Crushed garlic

  • parsley (for color)

  • Red pepper flakes.

  • Fresh black pepper

  • Three or four tablespoons of heavy cream added at the end of cooking

  • diced fresh jalapenos

  • Add a 1/2 teaspoon of sugar or honey if your corn isn’t a sweet variety

What goes with Corn Dishes?

Can this corn be made in a slow cooker?

Take a couple of minutes to simmer down the corn on the stove top first, then move it to a slow cooker to keep warm. The slow cooker is going to hold in moisture so the liquid would never evaporate if you just dumped it in and left it.

Can this recipe be multiplied to feed a crowd?

Yes. Just multiply the amounts of each ingredient.

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