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Native Corn Recipes

Native Corn Recipes

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(NCL) DRYING CORN - NAVAJO(NCL) DRYING CORN - NAVAJO(NCL) DRYING CORN - NAVAJO(NCL) DRYING CORN - NAVAJO
12121212ears fresh corn in husksears fresh corn in husksears fresh corn in husksears fresh corn in husksCarefully peel back husks, leaving them attached at base of corn.Carefully peel back husks, leaving them attached at base of corn.Carefully peel back husks, leaving them attached at base of corn.Carefully peel back husks, leaving them attached at base of corn.clean corn, removing silks. Fold husks back into position. Place onclean corn, removing silks. Fold husks back into position. Place onclean corn, removing silks. Fold husks back into position. Place onclean corn, removing silks. Fold husks back into position. Place onwire rack in large shallow baking pan. (Allow space between ears sowire rack in large shallow baking pan. (Allow space between ears sowire rack in large shallow baking pan. (Allow space between ears sowire rack in large shallow baking pan. (Allow space between ears soair can circulate.) Bake in 325 degree oven for 1 1/2 hours. Cool.air can circulate.) Bake in 325 degree oven for 1 1/2 hours. Cool.air can circulate.) Bake in 325 degree oven for 1 1/2 hours. Cool.air can circulate.) Bake in 325 degree oven for 1 1/2 hours. Cool.Strip off husks. Hang corn, so ears do not touch, in a dry place tillStrip off husks. Hang corn, so ears do not touch, in a dry place tillStrip off husks. Hang corn, so ears do not touch, in a dry place tillStrip off husks. Hang corn, so ears do not touch, in a dry place tillkernels are dry, at least 7 days. Makes about 6 cups shelled corn.kernels are dry, at least 7 days. Makes about 6 cups shelled corn.kernels are dry, at least 7 days. Makes about 6 cups shelled corn.kernels are dry, at least 7 days. Makes about 6 cups shelled corn.From: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native AmericanFrom: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native AmericanFrom: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native AmericanFrom: Elaya K Tsosie, a Native Navajo. She teaches Native AmericanHistory at at two different New York State Colleges.History at at two different New York State Colleges.History at at two different New York State Colleges.History at at two different New York State Colleges.From: MignonneFrom: MignonneFrom: MignonneFrom: MignonneYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servings
(NCL) REAL CANDIED CORN(NCL) REAL CANDIED CORN(NCL) REAL CANDIED CORN(NCL) REAL CANDIED CORN
2222cupcupcupcupfrozen corn kernelsfrozen corn kernelsfrozen corn kernelsfrozen corn kernels1 1/21 1/21 1/21 1/2cupcupcupcupsugasugar sugar sugar 1111cupcupcupcupwatewater water water Here is a candy recipe for ya:) I don't let the corn get too brown. IHere is a candy recipe for ya:) I don't let the corn get too brown. IHere is a candy recipe for ya:) I don't let the corn get too brown. IHere is a candy recipe for ya:) I don't let the corn get too brown. Iinstead take it out when it's a nice gold color, drain it, roll it ininstead take it out when it's a nice gold color, drain it, roll it ininstead take it out when it's a nice gold color, drain it, roll it ininstead take it out when it's a nice gold color, drain it, roll it inthe sugar, then dry it in a very low oven 150-200 degrees. You canthe sugar, then dry it in a very low oven 150-200 degrees. You canthe sugar, then dry it in a very low oven 150-200 degrees. You canthe sugar, then dry it in a very low oven 150-200 degrees. You canalso do pumpkin this way cut in thin strips. Add honey during thealso do pumpkin this way cut in thin strips. Add honey during thealso do pumpkin this way cut in thin strips. Add honey during thealso do pumpkin this way cut in thin strips. Add honey during thelast part of the cooking to give it a more natural taste but don'tlast part of the cooking to give it a more natural taste but don'tlast part of the cooking to give it a more natural taste but don'tlast part of the cooking to give it a more natural taste but don'tboil the honey as it will make it gooey.boil the honey as it will make it gooey.boil the honey as it will make it gooey.boil the honey as it will make it gooey.In large skillet, combine corn, 1 cup of the sugar, and water. CookIn large skillet, combine corn, 1 cup of the sugar, and water. CookIn large skillet, combine corn, 1 cup of the sugar, and water. CookIn large skillet, combine corn, 1 cup of the sugar, and water. Cookover medium heat, stirring occasionally until corn is deep golden inover medium heat, stirring occasionally until corn is deep golden inover medium heat, stirring occasionally until corn is deep golden inover medium heat, stirring occasionally until corn is deep golden incolor, about 45 to 60 minutes. Drain, then roll in remaining sugar.color, about 45 to 60 minutes. Drain, then roll in remaining sugar.color, about 45 to 60 minutes. Drain, then roll in remaining sugar.color, about 45 to 60 minutes. Drain, then roll in remaining sugar.Spread in a single layer on baking sheet and cool. Store in a tightlySpread in a single layer on baking sheet and cool. Store in a tightlySpread in a single layer on baking sheet and cool. Store in a tightlySpread in a single layer on baking sheet and cool. Store in a tightlysealed container or bag. Use as toppings for ice cream, in puddings,sealed container or bag. Use as toppings for ice cream, in puddings,sealed container or bag. Use as toppings for ice cream, in puddings,sealed container or bag. Use as toppings for ice cream, in puddings,custards, of fillings, or as a substitute for nuts in baking. Oh goodcustards, of fillings, or as a substitute for nuts in baking. Oh goodcustards, of fillings, or as a substitute for nuts in baking. Oh goodcustards, of fillings, or as a substitute for nuts in baking. Oh goodright out of the bag too!right out of the bag too!right out of the bag too!right out of the bag too!From: Ann NelsonFrom: Ann NelsonFrom: Ann NelsonFrom: Ann NelsonYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servings
 
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(NCL) SHAWNEE RECIPE FOR DRYING CORN(NCL) SHAWNEE RECIPE FOR DRYING CORN(NCL) SHAWNEE RECIPE FOR DRYING CORN(NCL) SHAWNEE RECIPE FOR DRYING CORN
1111corncorncorncornSelect corn that is firm but not hard. Scrape off of cob into deepSelect corn that is firm but not hard. Scrape off of cob into deepSelect corn that is firm but not hard. Scrape off of cob into deepSelect corn that is firm but not hard. Scrape off of cob into deeppan. When pan is full, set in slow oven and bake until thoroughlypan. When pan is full, set in slow oven and bake until thoroughlypan. When pan is full, set in slow oven and bake until thoroughlypan. When pan is full, set in slow oven and bake until thoroughlyheated through, an hour or more. Remove from oven and turn pone outheated through, an hour or more. Remove from oven and turn pone outheated through, an hour or more. Remove from oven and turn pone outheated through, an hour or more. Remove from oven and turn pone outto cool. Later crumble on drying board in the sun and when thoroughlyto cool. Later crumble on drying board in the sun and when thoroughlyto cool. Later crumble on drying board in the sun and when thoroughlyto cool. Later crumble on drying board in the sun and when thoroughlydried, sack for winter.dried, sack for winter.dried, sack for winter.dried, sack for winter.1932, Roberta CAmpbell Lawson, Delaware1932, Roberta CAmpbell Lawson, Delaware1932, Roberta CAmpbell Lawson, Delaware1932, Roberta CAmpbell Lawson, DelawareI don't know about where all of you live, but where I'm at, you canI don't know about where all of you live, but where I'm at, you canI don't know about where all of you live, but where I'm at, you canI don't know about where all of you live, but where I'm at, you canbuy roasting ears in the summer very cheap once they're past thebuy roasting ears in the summer very cheap once they're past thebuy roasting ears in the summer very cheap once they're past thebuy roasting ears in the summer very cheap once they're past the"prime" age. Any of us can dry our own corn this way. A childhood"prime" age. Any of us can dry our own corn this way. A childhood"prime" age. Any of us can dry our own corn this way. A childhood"prime" age. Any of us can dry our own corn this way. A childhoodfriend's mother used to dry corn on a screen door laying across afriend's mother used to dry corn on a screen door laying across afriend's mother used to dry corn on a screen door laying across afriend's mother used to dry corn on a screen door laying across acorner of her garden wall. She covered the door with cheese cloth,corner of her garden wall. She covered the door with cheese cloth,corner of her garden wall. She covered the door with cheese cloth,corner of her garden wall. She covered the door with cheese cloth,spread out the corn, and covered it again with cheese cloth. I alsospread out the corn, and covered it again with cheese cloth. I alsospread out the corn, and covered it again with cheese cloth. I alsospread out the corn, and covered it again with cheese cloth. I alsoknow from experience that a heavy sprinkling of coarse ground blackknow from experience that a heavy sprinkling of coarse ground blackknow from experience that a heavy sprinkling of coarse ground blackknow from experience that a heavy sprinkling of coarse ground blackpepper between the door and cheese cloth and then on top of thepepper between the door and cheese cloth and then on top of thepepper between the door and cheese cloth and then on top of thepepper between the door and cheese cloth and then on top of thesecond cheese cloth will not flavor the corn, but will discouragesecond cheese cloth will not flavor the corn, but will discouragesecond cheese cloth will not flavor the corn, but will discouragesecond cheese cloth will not flavor the corn, but will discouragemice and insects from messing with your hard work!mice and insects from messing with your hard work!mice and insects from messing with your hard work!mice and insects from messing with your hard work!Enjoy and give it a try!Enjoy and give it a try!Enjoy and give it a try!Enjoy and give it a try!From: Corn Recipes from the Indians, ISBN 0-935741-15-1, CherokeeFrom: Corn Recipes from the Indians, ISBN 0-935741-15-1, CherokeeFrom: Corn Recipes from the Indians, ISBN 0-935741-15-1, CherokeeFrom: Corn Recipes from the Indians, ISBN 0-935741-15-1, CherokeePublications, P.O. Box 430, Cherokee NC 28719,Publications, P.O. Box 430, Cherokee NC 28719,Publications, P.O. Box 430, Cherokee NC 28719,Publications, P.O. Box 430, Cherokee NC 28719,http://www.CherokeePub.com/Books/ http://www.CherokeePub.com/Books/ http://www.CherokeePub.com/Books/ http://www.CherokeePub.com/Books/ NagiNagiNagiNagiFrom: "Valerie Brestel-Ohle" <nagi@w...Date:From: "Valerie Brestel-Ohle" <nagi@w...Date:From: "Valerie Brestel-Ohle" <nagi@w...Date:From: "Valerie Brestel-Ohle" <nagi@w...Date:Yield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servingsYield: 4 servings
ACORN BREADACORN BREADACORN BREADACORN BREAD
1111cupcupcupcupcup acorn floucup acorn flour cup acorn flour cup acorn flour 1111cupcupcupcupwhole wheat flour (can be 3/4 cup w; heat and 1/4 cup carob whole wheat flour (can be 3/4 cup w; heat and 1/4 cup carob f whole wheat flour (can be 3/4 cup w; heat and 1/4 cup carob f whole wheat flour (can be 3/4 cup w; heat and 1/4 cup carob f or just use a total of 2 cups acorn; flour)or just use a total of 2 cups acorn; flour)or just use a total of 2 cups acorn; flour)or just use a total of 2 cups acorn; flour)3333teaspoonteaspoonteaspoonteaspoonbaking powdebaking powder baking powder baking powder 1111teaspoonteaspoonteaspoonteaspoonsaltsaltsaltsalt3333tablespoonstablespoonstablespoonstablespoonshoneyhoneyhoneyhoney1111egegg egg egg 1111cupcupcupcupraw milkraw milkraw milkraw milk3333tablespoonstablespoonstablespoonstablespoonsoiloiloiloilMix well and bake in a greased loaf pan for 30 to 45 minutes at 300 degreesMix well and bake in a greased loaf pan for 30 to 45 minutes at 300 degreesMix well and bake in a greased loaf pan for 30 to 45 minutes at 300 degreesMix well and bake in a greased loaf pan for 30 to 45 minutes at 300 degreesF.F.F.F.
 
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APPALOOSA BEANS & CORNAPPALOOSA BEANS & CORNAPPALOOSA BEANS & CORNAPPALOOSA BEANS & CORN
1111T.T.T.T.oiloiloiloil1111cupcupcupcuponion, choppedonion, choppedonion, choppedonion, chopped2222clovesclovesclovesclovesgarlic, minced garlic, minced garlic, minced garlic, minced2222cupscupscupscupschicken broth or watechicken broth or water chicken broth or water chicken broth or water 5 1/25 1/25 1/25 1/2-oz.-oz.-oz.-oz.dried appaloosa beans, cooked until; tender, and draineddried appaloosa beans, cooked until; tender, and draineddried appaloosa beans, cooked until; tender, and draineddried appaloosa beans, cooked until; tender, and drained1 1/21 1/21 1/21 1/2cupscupscupscupsniblet cornniblet cornniblet cornniblet corn2222tsp.tsp.tsp.tsp.fresh sage, choppedfresh sage, choppedfresh sage, choppedfresh sage, chopped1/21/21/21/2tsp.tsp.tsp.tsp.saltsaltsaltsalt1/41/41/41/4tsp.tsp.tsp.tsp.peppepepper pepper pepper In a large saucepan, heat oil; saut‚ onion and garlic for 5 minutes or In a large saucepan, heat oil; saut‚ onion and garlic for 5 minutes or In a large saucepan, heat oil; saut‚ onion and garlic for 5 minutes or In a large saucepan, heat oil; saut‚ onion and garlic for 5 minutes or untiluntiluntiluntilvegetables are tender. Stir in broth, beans, corn, and sage. Cook 10 to 15vegetables are tender. Stir in broth, beans, corn, and sage. Cook 10 to 15vegetables are tender. Stir in broth, beans, corn, and sage. Cook 10 to 15vegetables are tender. Stir in broth, beans, corn, and sage. Cook 10 to 15minutes, or till mixture is heated through. Stir in salt and pepper. Makesminutes, or till mixture is heated through. Stir in salt and pepper. Makesminutes, or till mixture is heated through. Stir in salt and pepper. Makesminutes, or till mixture is heated through. Stir in salt and pepper. Makes4444main-dish or 8 side-dish servings (4 cups).main-dish or 8 side-dish servings (4 cups).main-dish or 8 side-dish servings (4 cups).main-dish or 8 side-dish servings (4 cups).Preparation time: 10 minutesPreparation time: 10 minutesPreparation time: 10 minutesPreparation time: 10 minutesCook time: About 15 to 20 minutesCook time: About 15 to 20 minutesCook time: About 15 to 20 minutesCook time: About 15 to 20 minutes
ARAGI YELLOW MAIZE PUDDINGARAGI YELLOW MAIZE PUDDINGARAGI YELLOW MAIZE PUDDINGARAGI YELLOW MAIZE PUDDING
2 1/22 1/22 1/22 1/2cupscupscupscupscorn; cookedcorn; cookedcorn; cookedcorn; cooked2222PcsPcsPcsPcseggseggseggseggs1111cupcupcupcupevaporated milkevaporated milkevaporated milkevaporated milk1111TspTspTspTspcornstarchcornstarchcornstarchcornstarch1/21/21/21/2TspTspTspTspnutmenutmeg nutmeg nutmeg 1/21/21/21/2TspTspTspTspCinnamonCinnamonCinnamonCinnamondashdashdashdashSaltSaltSaltSalt3333tblsptblsptblsptblspbutter or margerinebutter or margerinebutter or margerinebutter or margerinePlace corn in saucepan. Grease a 9' round baking pan and set aside. MeltPlace corn in saucepan. Grease a 9' round baking pan and set aside. MeltPlace corn in saucepan. Grease a 9' round baking pan and set aside. MeltPlace corn in saucepan. Grease a 9' round baking pan and set aside. Meltbutter or margarine in small saucepan and set aside. Mix sugar, nutmeg,butter or margarine in small saucepan and set aside. Mix sugar, nutmeg,butter or margarine in small saucepan and set aside. Mix sugar, nutmeg,butter or margarine in small saucepan and set aside. Mix sugar, nutmeg,salt and cinnamon with corn. Slightly beat eggs in a bowl. Add eggs to cornsalt and cinnamon with corn. Slightly beat eggs in a bowl. Add eggs to cornsalt and cinnamon with corn. Slightly beat eggs in a bowl. Add eggs to cornsalt and cinnamon with corn. Slightly beat eggs in a bowl. Add eggs to cornmixture and stir well. Put over low heat and keep stirring until heatedmixture and stir well. Put over low heat and keep stirring until heatedmixture and stir well. Put over low heat and keep stirring until heatedmixture and stir well. Put over low heat and keep stirring until heatedthrough. Dissolve cornstarch into milk and add mixture to corn. Add vanillathrough. Dissolve cornstarch into milk and add mixture to corn. Add vanillathrough. Dissolve cornstarch into milk and add mixture to corn. Add vanillathrough. Dissolve cornstarch into milk and add mixture to corn. Add vanillaand melted butter. Stir well. Pour into greased baking pan and bake at 350and melted butter. Stir well. Pour into greased baking pan and bake at 350and melted butter. Stir well. Pour into greased baking pan and bake at 350and melted butter. Stir well. Pour into greased baking pan and bake at 350degrees for 45 min. Test as done with knife inserted in middle. If dry,degrees for 45 min. Test as done with knife inserted in middle. If dry,degrees for 45 min. Test as done with knife inserted in middle. If dry,degrees for 45 min. Test as done with knife inserted in middle. If dry,pudding is done.pudding is done.pudding is done.pudding is done.

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