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This was really good...Simple to make.
I think Seniorsitizen is going to like this. :yes:

1 can corn - drained
1 chopped tomato - Seeds removed
1 chopped scallion - green tops too
1 Tab fresh dill - or any other spice you prefer
salt and pepper
2 rounded tablespoons mayonnaise
Chill in fridge for a couple hours

…note: the original recipe called for basil, I substituted
dill. I cut back on the mayo as well
 

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Stolen from the inner web. :devil3:

Duckin' and runnin'.
 

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I must confess this looks interesting and something I never thought of.
 

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There's a similar recipe called Maque Choux. French Creole. It has your beloved peppers.:smile:
"Onions and peppers are cooked down in butter, then garlic, corn, tomatoes, and a generous splash heavy cream are added and the mixture is reduced until the sauce is thick. It’s so easy, and SO delicious!
Now, I’ve seen it with and without tomatoes. Some folks add in bacon; others throw some celery in. I’ve had it where it tastes so sweet it was almost like dessert and then had it so spicy I could barely eat it."



https://southernbite.com/easy-corn-maque-choux/
 

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I've made the Paul Prudhomme family recipe for Corn Maque Choux once. As I recall it was quite different from what you posted Nik. Seems like it had eggs in it. Doesn't matter it is a regional preparation and there are probably a couple hundred versions of it. The recipe you posted looks good, I'll have to try it.
 

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I've made the Paul Prudhomme family recipe for Corn Maque Choux once. As I recall it was quite different from what you posted Nik. Seems like it had eggs in it. Doesn't matter it is a regional preparation and there are probably a couple hundred versions of it. The recipe you posted looks good, I'll have to try it.

I haven't made it, it just looked familiar & I know it's not Succotash, so I looked it up.


I'm always curious about origins. I think a lot of flavors are liked world-wide, they just have different names.



I like corn fritters with syrup but rarely make it. It's a favorite with kids, though. Probably healthier than pancakes.
 
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