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this corn bread came out good

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by lethal tupperwa, Apr 19, 2008.


  1. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa
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    Corn bread


    Heat oven to 450


    In a bowl
    1 cup corn meal
    1 cup flour
    2 Tablespoons sugar
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    ¼ teaspoon baking soda
    ¾ teaspoon salt
    Sift or mix well


    In to a food processor
    ½ to ¾ can corn, drained
    2 eggs
    ¾ cup of sour cream or yogurt
    ¼ cup hot sauce (I like it warm if you don’t use less
    Process smooth and add to the dry
    You may need a small amount of water to make a batter rather than a clump

    Stir in 4 Tablespoons of melted butter and any left over corn

    Heat a cast iron fry pan on the stove top (I use the square one)
    Put some oil into pan, just enough to cover bottom of the pan
    Pour the batter in and spread level


    Bake for 25 minutes.
     
  2. mitchshrader

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    dunno what it is but cornbread is a misnomer.

    cup flour
    cup cornmeal
    one egg
    milk (sour is best)
    one teaspoon CALUMET baking powder
    one heaping tablespoon bacon grease
    Pinch salt (1/4 tsp)

    Mix all but bacon grease into batter. Should be pourable, 'thick but runny'..

    Heat 10 inch dry cast iron skillet @ 400F in oven, 15 minutes, INCLUDING LID. When hot, remove lid, add/ swirl the bacon grease around, to coat the skillet bottom, pour off any extra. add batter, cover with the HOT lid, return to oven.. and turn off the oven.

    in 20-25 minutes remove it.

    People who put sugar in cornbread are prolly commonists, or yankees mebbe. It sure ain't nuthin' you'ld want to admit to in mixed company..
     

  3. lethal tupperwa

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    the sugar is from a mid-Atlantic recipe.

    Northern has more

    Southern has none
     
  4. gruntmedik

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    Slice up some peppers of your choice--I like Serranos, add some cheese cubes, and enjoy.

    And no sugar for me when I make it.
     
  5. Sulaco

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    Hmmm, where's the buttermilk? And leave the sugar and flour out!