Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q Creamed Corn has to be one of my favorite ways to enjoy creamed corn. If you have never been in Texas and you haven’t been to Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q you are missing out.
To tell you the truth I wouldn’t have tried Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q Creamed Corn if it wasn’t for folks like yourself. I have been enjoying the Bar-B-Q at Rudy’s Country Store for a while now. I love that you can buy their delicious food by the pound. In fact, it is the preferred way to purchase Bar-B-Q there. I love their simplicity, they sell a variety of meats and a few sides. In Texas, the sides of Bar-B-Q mainly consist of dill pickles and sliced onions.
This creamed corn is very easy to put together, it is made with a few simple ingredients. Frozen corn, heavy cream, cream cheese, and sugar make for a thick rich sauce that is irresistible. You could cook this recipe in a crockpot if you wanted to double or triple the recipe. I love to cook this creamed corn on the stove top.
If you desire to use fresh corn you can use fresh corn off of the cob. Each cob of corn yields about 3/4 cup of corn. This would make a nice change from buttered corn on the cob. This recipe scales very well. I think this recipe doubles or even triples very easily. This recipe also reheats very well. You could even prepare this side dish a day or two before a special meal to make meal preparation easy.
You could make this recipe using fresh corn on the cob. Do you need to learn how to cut corn off of the cob? Watch this video.
Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Q Creamed Corn
Make Rudy's Country Store creamed corn just like they do.
- 1 pint heavy cream
- 4 ounces cream cheese
- 16 ounces corn frozen
- 2 teaspoons sugar
- 1 teaspoon salt
- black pepper
In a medium pot over medium heat combine heavy cream and 4 ounces of cream cheese. Stir until well blended, and and the sauce is smooth and creamy. Add corn kernels, and stir them in. Heat until the corn is warmed through. Add salt and sugar. Serve with some fresh cracked black pepper if desired.