There are many different variations of corn pie that originate from different parts of the world. Whether you like Caribbean corn pie, South American corn pie, or Dutch corn pie, it makes a wonderful meal.
Corn pie combines the natural sweetness of sweetcorn with savory flavors to create a delicious and wholesome dish that the whole family will love.
If you have never had a go at making corn pie yourself then don’t worry- it’s not too difficult. There are lots of great recipes online that will take you through the process.
To make it easier for you, we have put together a list of the 25 best recipes for corn pie that you can make at home.
Keep reading to find your ideal recipe and your favorite style of corn pie.
This recipe is for corn pie cooked in a Trinidadian style, with a bit of heat and lots of flavor. It is nice and creamy and makes the perfect side dish to go alongside meat or a rice dish.
However, it is definitely tasty enough to eat on it’s own – you will want to eat it straight out of the dish!
This version of Trinidadian corn pie uses lots of habanero cheese which adds a tasty, melty element to the dish but also brings extra spice.
You can use canned corn or frozen corn, but remember to drain off all of the excess liquid first or the corn pie will become too soggy and mushy.
This recipe for corn pie makes the perfect addition to a Sunday roast, but it is also a delicious side meal to serve at a BBQ to make a change from the usual potato salad or coleslaw.
You can customize the recipe depending on your preferences- add more cream if you want it wetter, or more cornmeal if you want it to be drier.
You can leave out the vegetables if you want more attention on the corn, or change the seasonings to suit whatever you are serving the corn pie with.
This corn pie is moist and creamy, with a great crunchy texture from the bell peppers to contrast the soft, pillowy corn. The sweetness of the corn would work well with any meat, but particularly pork as it has a sweetness to it.
Alternatively, you could serve it with BBQ style meat. It is so tasty that you might be tempted to just eat it on it’s own.
If you are looking for a very basic corn pie then this recipe is perfect. It uses simple ingredients to create a simple yet delicious corn pie that is very versatile and can be served alongside lots of different things.
If you want to experiment with different ingredients in your corn pie then this is a good recipe to use as your starting point.
This is a traditional Barbados style corn pie. It tastes like a cross between cornbread and corn pudding- a bit sweet and a bit savory. It only takes 5 minutes to prepare and 40 minutes to bake.
This particular recipe is a little drier than some of the others, which is ideal if you are serving the corn pie on the side of a wetter dish like curry or chili con carne.
Evaporated milk is used to add creaminess, with onions and bell peppers for savory flavors and a great texture.
This is a very traditional Amish recipe for a savory pie with corn as one of the main ingredients, along with potatoes and hard boiled eggs. This corn pie actually has a pastry crust, so it is more like a classic pie.
This is a corn pie that you can slice rather than spoon as it is less moist, but still has enough moisture to make it tasty and easy to eat. It is quite simple, but with some added onions and bell and pimento peppers for color, taste and texture.
It is seasoned with salt and pepper, but feel free to add a bit of spice if you fancy it.
This delicious recipe takes corn pie and turns it into a casserole that is good enough to enjoy on it’s own. The soured cream gives it a savory edge and the honey makes it sweet- a perfect balance of flavors.
It takes less than an hour to get this amazing casserole on the table, and the whole family will love it.
This corn pie is made from scratch and has a deliciously chewy texture- you even make the buttermilk yourself! The Caribbean seasoning and pimento peppers give it an authentic taste that will blow you away with each mouthful.
Tangy cheddar makes this corn pie nice and savory, and it has a lovely crumbly texture which is really satisfying. This contrasts with the soft, juicy corn to create a real treat for your taste buds.
You can garnish it with chopped chives to make it look even more appetizing, and place the dish on the table for your dinner guests to tuck into alongside the main dish.
This pie is moist and cheesy, with an irresistible crunchy, crumbly topping. If you can find fresh corn and saw the kernels off then the flavor will be even better, but canned corn is also fine.
The mouth watering smell as you lift this pie out of the oven will have you tempted to eat the corn pie straight out of the dish.
This traditional corn pie is a nostalgic tribute to Grandma style cooking. It uses full cream evaporated milk for sweetness and creaminess.
If you want to personalize the recipe, you can switch out the all-purpose seasoning for herbs and spices of your choice,
This is the perfect dish to bring to a potluck dinner- it is easy to make but packed with flavor and everyone will love it. It is also suitable for vegetarians.
The onions and minced garlic bring savory notes, whereas the grated carrot complements the natural sweetness of the corn. Cheddar cheese adds a tangy flavor and contributes to the creaminess, along with the evaporated milk.
This is a traditional pie with a puff pastry crust. The filling is made from cooked chicken, leeks, onions and sweetcorn. All of the fillings come together in a creamy sauce made with chicken stock and cream.
It is quite a straightforward recipe, but it creates a satisfying and nourishing meal that your whole family will love.
This recipe draws on South American and Mexican flavors to create a street food style corn pie that will make your mouth water. The corn is super sweet, the lime juice and zesty and zingy, and the fresh cilantro adds a strong but delightful flavor.
Jalapenos, chili powder and queso fresco all give it an authentic taste, and it is topped with shredded cheese that melts perfectly over the top while the pie bakes.
This is a wholesome pasty pie that is great for those cold winter nights when you want something warm and comforting. It is also really tasty served in the summer with a side salad and some boiled potatoes.
You can make the pastry yourself, but this recipe uses store bought pastry sheets to make life a lot easier. This means that you can spend less time in the kitchen but still make a fantastic meal for all of your family to enjoy.
This pie has a pastry crust but no lid, which makes it a bit like a tart. The sweet, creamy corn is paired with crumbly, salty feta cheese which makes a delightful combination. Serve it with a side salad for a light summer dinner.
This recipe is a must have if you are making a Caribbean style Sunday lunch. Make sure there is plenty to go around, as everyone will love it and there probably won’t be any leftovers!
The crust on this pie is made with crushed saltine crackers. This savory element contrasts with the sweetness of the corn for a perfectly balanced flavor.
This recipe will serve six people for a main course or 8 people as a side dish. It is simple to make but tastes amazing, with herby soft cheese for even more flavor.
Crunchy pastry, soft potatoes, tender sweetcorn – three simple elements that come together to create a perfectly delicious pie.
This family pie is a lovely dish to serve up to table, with golden buttery pastry. As you cut open the pie, the irresistible smell of chicken and sweetcorn will waft out and make all of your dinner guests nice and hungry.
And there you have it, 25 fantastic recipes that are sure to enhance your corn pie game! No matter which recipe you choose, we are sure you are going to love your corn pie!
Remember to follow the recipe instructions carefully for best results. And if you are feeling adventurous, why not try and adjust it to create a fantastic corn pie today?