Thursday, April 15, 2010

Pueblo Corn Dish


I'm not sure where or when I got the clipping that has this recipe on it, but the writer (Juanita Pahdopony) says that she got this recipe at the "Shoshone Sun Dance in Wyoming over a decade ago". Add this information to the unknown time in which I clipped it, and it's Native American heritage, and who knows how old this recipe might be?!

Pueblo Corn Dish
(written down by Juanita Pahdopony)

-Fry 1 lb. of bacon (Ms. Pahdopony suggests turkey bacon and a little olive oil) until crispy
Set bacon aside; Save same pan for the next step.

-Dice 1 large sweet yellow onion. Put a couple of TBSP of olive oil in the frying pan. Saute' the onion; it should start to turn clear. Remove and drain on a paper towel.

-Julienne 1 large head of cabbage. Place cabbage in the same pan that you cooked the onion in (with the leftover oil) and cook it until it reduces down dramatically.

-Add 1 large bag of frozen sweet corn and put everything in a large pot (crumbled bacon, onion and cabbage) and stir quickly. When everything starts to steam and combine nicely add one 4 oz. can of mild-to-hot diced green chilies to the mix. If you like spicier, you may add 2 cans of chilies.


Have a great Thursday!

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5 comments:

  1. I must admit, this sounds pretty darn good!

    :)
    ButterYum

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  2. I love all vegetable dishes!

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  3. I was thinking, no red meat, but I guess it does have turkey bacon!

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  4. Cool recipe :) I think I'll try it out :)
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    Have an amazing day.

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  5. Very interesting, Marcia. Most of us don't have Shoshone recipes. Thank you for sharing with all of us at Vintage Recipe Thursday.

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