How to Make Corn Maque Choux

Corn maque choux is a traditional side dish served throughout Southwest Louisiana, the land of Cajuns. Add seasoned peeled fresh shrimp or seasoned peeled crawfish to convert this into an entree.

703 Views 27 Likes
How to Make Corn Maque Choux Recipe
10 Steps
Ingredients
Embed
1
Dice the onions

Dice the onions

2
Place the onions in large pot

Place the onions in large pot

Recommended For You
3
Add butter to onions and sauté on medium heat until they are translucent.

Add butter to onions and sauté on medium heat until they are translucent.

4
Stir frequently to avoid burning.

Stir frequently to avoid burning.

5
As the onions cook add half of the tablespoon of the Tony's seasoning.

As the onions cook add half of the tablespoon of the Tony's seasoning.

6
Add the frozen corn to the onions and melted butter.  When the icy cold corn hits the onions and butter the entire mixture will become solid.

Add the frozen corn to the onions and melted butter. When the icy cold corn hits the onions and butter the entire mixture will become solid.

7
Patiently stir until the butter mixture remelts.  Cook for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Patiently stir until the butter mixture remelts. Cook for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

8
Add the half of a can of Ro-tel.  Set the remaining aside in case you want to increase the "heat".

Add the half of a can of Ro-tel. Set the remaining aside in case you want to increase the "heat".

9
Taste to check for level of "heat".  Add more Ro-tel and/or more Tony's if you prefer a spicier dish.  Cook for another 10-15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Taste to check for level of "heat". Add more Ro-tel and/or more Tony's if you prefer a spicier dish. Cook for another 10-15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

10
Serve and smile.  C'est Bon!

Serve and smile. C'est Bon!

keyboard shortcuts:     previous step     next step
Comments
0 COMMENTS
View More Comments