Pudding corn

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Pudding corn
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Alternative name(s) Puddin' corn, corn pudding, hoppy hlop, corn mash, country pudding
Place of origin United States
Region or state Southern United States
Main ingredient(s) Maize, water

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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