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ElsieD

ElsieD

11 minutes ago, kayb said:

 

I want to know about corn cookies, please. Being that there's not much you can do with corn that I don't love. Am currently craving fresh corn fritters (made with masa harina, green onion, etc.).

 

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Here you go.   My notes:

 

 
The first time I made them I made the size indicated in the recipe.  We found that it is too much cookie, and I have made them the size of a regular cookie since.  I shape them then freeze them and pull them out and bake them as needed.  
 
I have also found that baking them for 10 minutes in a 325 convection oven, rotating the pan with three minutes left gives you the perfect cookie - crispy edges and a nice softish centre.
 
I found freeze dried corn at a camping store.  It is regular corn that has been freeze dried and weighs next to nothing.
 
Edit: the recipe is from The Momofuke Milk Bar Cookbook by Christina Tosi.
 
P.S.  I also make popcorn ice cream if you're interested.
ElsieD

ElsieD

8 minutes ago, kayb said:

 

I want to know about corn cookies, please. Being that there's not much you can do with corn that I don't love. Am currently craving fresh corn fritters (made with masa harina, green onion, etc.).

 

https://www.thekitchn.com/_/print

 

Here you go.   My notes:

 

 
The first time I made them I made the size indicated in the recipe.  We found that it is too much cookie, and I have made them the size of a regular cookie since.  I shape them then freeze them and pull them out and bake them as needed.  
 
I have also found that baking them for 10 minutes in a 325 convection oven, rotating the pan with three minutes left gives you the perfect cookie - crispy edges and a nice softish centre.
 
I found freeze dried corn at a camping store.  It is regular corn that has been freeze dried and weighs next to nothing.
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