How to Make Green Giant Niblets Corn in Butter Sauce

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Green Giant Niblets Corn in Butter Sauce

Green Giant is owned by General Mills and sells frozen vegetables. The Niblets Corn in Butter Sauce is a common side dish, not to mention a commonly made recipe for the biggest meal of the year, Thanksgiving. If the appetizer is sold out at the local grocery store, this recipe will get the job done in a pinch and works well alongside other sides for Turkey Day.

For the purposes of this recipe there will be a focus on Green Giant Niblets Corn, but any frozen brand will do.

Start to finish: 15 minutes (Active time: 15 minutes)

Servings: 8

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Offered by Green Giant
Customer service phone 800-998-9996
Served as Side dish, appetizer
Main ingredients Corn
Cooking method Stovetop
Similar to Chili's Sweet Corn Soup
Author Nicholas Demmy

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Green Giant Niblets Corn in Butter Sauce Ingredients

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Green Giant Niblets Corn in Butter Sauce Recipe

  1. In a large saucepan, pour in corn along with all ingredients EXCEPT water and cornstarch.
  2. Put saucepan on medium heat, stir mixture until butter is melted.
  3. With small bowl, stir water and cornstarch together.[1]
  4. In saucepan, stir constantly while combining water/cornstarch mixture with corn.
  5. Reduce heat in saucepan and stir until thickening
  6. Keep stirring until corn is tender.
  7. Serve.

Cooking Fresh Corn

Fresh corn, bought by the ear, can be substituted for frozen brand as well. You'll have to adjust the quantity of corn to accommodate this recipe, however. If you want to make the same yield as the four cups of frozen corn kernels, you'll need to use about 5 1/2 ears of small sweet yellow corn in this recipe.[3]

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  • You may also use varying amounts of the butter and cornstarch called for in the above recipe. Depending on your preference, you may be able to use up to 3/4 cup of cornstarch and as low as 1/2 cup of butter. Be sure to watch the corn and taste it periodically before you adjust the amounts of the ingredients.[2]
  • Flour is acceptable as an alternative to cornstarch, but be sure to use twice as much you would cornstarch. The recipe may also take longer to cook.[4]

Also See: How to Make a HoneyBaked Ham, How to Make Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole, How to Make KFC Pecan Pie, How to Make Sweet Tomatoes Pumpkin Soup, How to Make KFC Refrigerator Rolls, How to Cook a Turkey Like Martha Stewart


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