Devilish Corn Sauce

This recipe is from an ad in a 1967 Family Circle. A great example of a company trying to make its product into something it's not. Cream Corn is not a sauce and the ingredients they have you adding to it just makes it sound repulsive. I could maybe go with the horseradish and mustard but when they got to the pickles that just grossed me out.

Devilish Corn Sauce
"Great news for corned beef!" Not!

1 No 303 can (17 oz.) Del Monte Brand Cream Style Corn

2 tablespoons prepared horseradish

1 teaspoons prepared mustard

1/4 cup Del Monte Fresh Cucumber Pickle Chips

2 tablespoon pickle liquid

Heat Del Monte Cream Style Corn to a simmer. Add the rest of the ingredients. Taste; then salt and pepper if needed, but don't over salt. Ladle over "boiled dinner of corned beef and cabbage, onions, carrots." Serves 4 to 6. For fun, you could serve the bowl of corn sauce as shown, nested in outer leaves of a Savoy cabbage.

No amount of cabbage garnish is going to make this recipe fun to eat.


Dana said...

and it's served warm on top of it? hot pickles??? YIKES!

Lidian said...

This is very bad news indeed both for the corned beef and the people who wish to eat it.

A brilliant find though! I love this kind of thing (to look at, not to implement)

~~Louise~~ said...

Oh my...For every great recipe and tidbit found in vintage cookbooks and magazines, there is always one spoiler...this little devil takes the "cake."

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

Hi Rochelle~~
Oh my ~!! that is intersting, corn and cucumber chips(:)
well dear thanks so much on your sweet words, I am so glad you came by.
hugs, Patty

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

HI Rochelle..You are so nice (:) thanks on my cleaned up blogging area..yup my bulletin board is PACKED with pictures and other non important stuff(:) BUT its my stuff...(:)
Yours is piled high with cook books, but what a fun hobby(:)
glad you came over..
big hugs, Patty

Dana said...

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~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

OH that is a hoot.. no amount of cabbage will make it good huh??
Ya, such an unusual dish..Fun to see it ~~
Thanks so much on my Frency girl and glad you came over to visit..
I hope your Sunday is a good one Rochelle(:)
hugs, Patty

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

Hi Rochelle
Oh I love my new coat..ya we don't get alot of rain ..but in the winter some ,plus snow is lined so I think I can just wear it when it is cold and dry too(:)
The Blackberries were actually free my friends dad lived where they grow wild and he picked her and I gallons of them ,I froze them ..I was really lucky~!!
ALL berries are expensive ~~
I grow raspberries and freeze them too..
I grew pumpkins and may try some soup do you have a good recipie??bye for now~~big hugs, Patty

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

HI Rochelle..
Thanks so much on my long pumpkin gourd(:) I love those kind with the long handle..BUT I bought some of those seeds, planted them this year BUT none grew ..boohoo
I was disappointed so NO new gourds for me this year.. but I have lots of pumpkins and other little mini white and green striped gourd (pumpkins) I'm not sure what they are... LOL
glad you cam e over ..
big hugs, Patty

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

HI Rochelle(:)
Oh yes always fun to look around cute stores..I buy little but look large(:) LOL..
glad you came over..hugs, Patty