|James McNair's Corn|
|by James McNair|
With southwestern and country-style cooking sweeping the nation, master chef James McNair focuses on an all-American classic--corn.
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Mix first 5 ... fold beaten egg whites. Drop 1 inch balls in hot grease in deep fryer. Brown on both sides. Take out quickly. (Cook as would hush puppies.)
Mix flour with ... with sausage and corn, then mix ... Drain well before serving. Use any leftover meat in place of sausage, but grind and season it well.
Mix eggs and sugar together. Take a ball of ice cream. Put it in the corn flakes. Put ball ... corn flakes. Deep fry for 15 seconds. Serve with whip cream.
Boil potatoes. Peel, ... mixture. Roll in corn flake crumbs. Heat ... not smoking. Drop balls in hot oil, ... Serve immediately or marshmallows will melt.
Strain oysters, remove ... and creamy. Fold corn flour into beaten ... around each oyster ball and secure at ... cucumber, radishes, tomatoes). Serves 4.
Mash cooked yam ... yam into small balls, dip each ... tomatoes, onions and red sweet peppers are mixed with the mashed yam before it is molded into balls.
Put flour and ... Form into a ball and knead thoroughly ... dough into 8 balls for large, thin ... reheat and soften corn or flour tortillas ... Drain on paper towels.
Boil 4 large ... frying.) Then, crush corn flakes (on board, ... in the middle of potatoes; push it together and make a ball, roll in corn flakes and fry.
Combine ingredients in ... entirely into a ball. Then pull ... rolling them into balls. Take a ... remove and place on paper towel to drain excess grease.
Place 4 scoops ... frozen ice cream ball in the egg ... coated ice cream balls to pan and ... towels. Return the fried ice cream balls ... servings. Not Duplicate Ingredients.
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