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|Puddin' corn, corn pudding, hoppy hlop, corn mash, country pudding|
Place of origin
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|Southern United States|
|Cookbook:Pudding corn Pudding corn|
Pudding corn (aka Puddin' Corn, Corn Pudding, Hoppy Glop, Corn Mash, Country Pudding) is a gelatinous food product prepared from stewed corn, water, any of various thickening agents, and optional additional flavoring or texturing ingredients, typically used as a food staple in rural communities in the southeastern parts of the United States, especially in Appalachia.
Recipes abound for this dish, which is usually served hot in the manner of a soup. Examples include these Recipes at cooks.com.
Pudding corn is not to be confused with hasty pudding, which is made from ground corn, rather than whole kernel.
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