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How Sweet Eats Jalapeño Corn Soufflé Is Your Next Party Recipe

Jalapeño corn bread fans, your life is about to change. Outdoing herself yet again, How Sweet Eats has come up with a savory and spicy dish that will have you trading in the skillet for a baking dish. What am I talking about? Her Jalapeño Corn Soufflé.

Like all things How Sweet Eats makes, this is a toothsome corn recipe worthy of your oven. Think creamed corn and Jiffy corn muffin mix, but better. Crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside, it's your spicy cornbread meets corn pudding in the most delicious way.

And you want to know the best part? It's ridiculously easy. So easy you'll be tempted to go on a corn soufflé binge and invite friends, the neighbors, and maybe even the grocery clerk over for dinner just so you have an excuse to make it over and over again.

Double up on your shopping list, you'll want to make more than just one once you take a look at this:

I told you this corn soufflé was ridiculously easy. All you have to do is grab a large bowl and whisk in room temperature eggs, heavy cream, melted unsalted butter, sugar, and all purpose flour. Then stir in fresh or frozen sweet corn kernels, your choice, and load that up in a baking dish coated with cooking spray. Heat oven up to 350 degrees F and set the timer for an hour.

Then you'll have to find something to do other than pace back and forth watching the top get golden brown through the oven window. Once the buzzer dings, top the whole thing with French's crispy jalapeños, roasted corn, and some spicy fresh jalapeño slices.

This cream-style corn casserole dish simply screams comfort food. You would think it was made with canned corn and Jiffy cornbread mix, but other than the crispy jalapeños the whole thing is made from scratch.

If you did want to take this corn soufflé a step further, you could sprinkle on the shredded cheddar cheese, chopped green onions, and plop on a dollop of sour cream. Maybe even mix up a bloody mary or a Mexican michelada to pair with it. Either way, it's the party side dish that was made to be shared.

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