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Sweet Cream Corn (Jasuke) Recipe


clear glasses with cream corn and cheese on top

Since the corn season has just begun and is plentiful all over the market, proposing reasonable prices, each offered lower prices than the others, let us take advantage while it last. Here is another corn recipe I would love to share with you; in the US, we ate this cream corn as a side dish alongside our comfort food favorites, such as hot dogs and burgers, and it also pairs well with meatloaf; I always find this on the all-you-can-eat buffet or sweet cream corn on the can, but this recipe is even better because first is not from the can, the second is refreshing, and the saltiness of the cheddar cheese and the sweetness of the corn are such a delightful combination. In Indonesia, they eat this as a sweet dessert. Ok, I'm sure you heard of Bali. For everyone who has yet to hear about Indonesia, this island is part of Indonesia. And yes, they have plenty of savory dishes using corn, but also they use corn in many desserts, and this recipe is one of them.


They called this dessert Jasuke is an abbreviation of jagung, susu, and keju, which means corn, milk, and cheese. This dessert is a famous Indonesian comfort food around West Java and its surroundings. Although it is similar to cream corn, this recipe tends to be sweeter because of the condensed milk. Jasuke is a simple dessert or snack at home and is super addicting.


clear mini glass with cream corn and cheese on top
clear mini glass with cream corn and cheese on top and buttercup wild flowers on the side






















Corn and spoon
cedar cheese on glass































Ingredients:


  • 30g grate cedar cheese is to mix with the sauce

  • 30g grate cedar cheese to place on top.

  • 2 Tablespoon butter

  • 3 Tablespoon Sugar

  • 250ml whole milk

  • 1/4 Teaspoon salt

  • 1/4 Teaspoon Vanilla essence

  • 4 Tablespoons condensed sweetened milk

  • 2 cups of corn

  • Optional, you can also add a chocolate sprinkle to the dessert. If you want chocolate sprinkles that taste like real chocolate, nothing else is better than Hagelslag Chocolate Sprinkle.


There are many ways to do this, but here are my top two ways:


Direction:

  1. Mix 30g shredded cedar cheese, butter, sugar, milk, salt, vanilla, and condensed sweetened milk in a medium saucepan at a low temperature. Until the butter and cheese melted. Set it aside.

  2. Boil or steam the kernels, and drain the water. Set aside

  3. Prepared small bowls or glasses

  4. First, place the kernels, then place the mixed sauce, and top it with grated cheddar cheese.


Alternate Direction:


  1. Boil or steam corn kernels until fully cooked.

  2. Drain the water. Add butter or margarine, whole milk, sugar, salt, vanilla, and 30g cheese to the hot corn and mix until the butter and cheese are melted.

  3. Scoop the corn into serving glasses or bowls. Drizzle condensed milk as much as you like.

  4. Grate cheddar cheese on top, and Jasuke prepares to serve hot or cold.


Enjoy!


glass with cream, corn, cedar cheese and buttercup wild flower

Mix  buttered
Corn and spoon






























Cheese marble and wood board, glass with cheese

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Much Love,

Joice


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