Servings: four as a side dish or two as a main course.
Canadian bacon and potatoes make this corn sauté hearty enough to stand alone as a light main course, but it also makes a wonderful side dish or a zesty bed for grilled or roasted meat or fish.
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A couple substitutes: sweet potatoes instead of red potatoes and pancetta instead of Canadian bacon. Absolutely awesome.
Our family celebrated Thanksgiving a couple weeks early this year. This was a wonderful addition to my traditional dishes and one I will certainly repeat next year. The prep work is a little time intensive, but since the leftovers have been just as good as on day one, I see no reason why it can't be made a day ahead and warmed.
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