How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 450°
  • Mix all ingredients except milk very well.
  • Start adding milk a little at a time to mix well.
  • Continue adding milk and stirring until mixture is a consistency of a thick soup.If you get it too thin add a little more flour.
  • I always bake in an iron skillet sprayed with cooking spray and after I spray it I put it in the hot oven for about 1 minute and my corn bread never sticks to the skillet (I posted a pic of the corn bread while it is in the skillet and after it is turned out onto a plate).
  • Bake for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.
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    " It was excellent "
    folliesmom12 ate it and said...
    made this tonight. it came together really easy. I made it with canned evaporated milk. YUMMY!
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    " It was good "
    LuckyOreo ate it and said...
    yummy!
    thanks
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    " It was good "
    pointsevenout ate it and said...
    Comes out a little dry and crunchy especially around the edges. Cornbread flavor is there without any sweet.
    This is earmarked to be eaten in buttermilk.
    See also: Mammas Cornbread
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  • falafel_fanatic 9 years ago
    I am a Kentuckian and I just love hearty cornbread! Mmmm....
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  • country5cook 9 years ago
    Sounds good.I don't put flour in my corn bread.
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    " It was excellent "
    oregongrandma ate it and said...
    I'm going to give this a try and and I'll let you know if it is like my mamma's cornbread. I forgot that she used buttermilk too! Mmmmm I can't wait to try it. I could eat the whole thing myself. :)
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  • milicakozomara 9 years ago
    Some questions:
    About how much milk ends up being used? Just a ballpark figure would be great.
    What milk substitute would work best: soy milk, rice milk or almond breeze. If any would you recommend I use vanilla or plain (probably vanilla since it's sweeter).
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    " It was excellent "
    henrie ate it and said...
    Will try your recipe for cornbread, don't have a real good one myself, if I like it my husband doesn't and visa versa, but this sounds and looks like we both will agree on this one. Great Post.
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    " It was excellent "
    nakedchef ate it and said...
    looks soooooo . . . good
    thanks for the recipe
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    " It was excellent "
    itsjustjuwah ate it and said...
    From a fellow southerner.... Now THAT'S cornbread!
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  • pipit13 9 years ago
    Love cornbread in many different ways.
    Sounds great.
    Thanks.
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  • nycea 9 years ago
    My mom makes cornbread very similar to this. It's such a great recipe, takes me back to Mississippi days.
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  • lor 9 years ago
    I just love cornbread and have been eating it since I was a wee lass. Yes, our second home was and is South Carolina. Great recipe... back to basics ;-)
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  • dupota 9 years ago
    Good and simple, my favorite kind of recipe.
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  • jencathen 10 years ago
    I'm also originally from Mississippi. I don't measure either lol. I also heat my greased iron skillet till it is very hot and sprinkle a small amount of cornmeal on the bottom. I like using bacon grease like the other user.
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    " It was excellent "
    jess ate it and said...
    My dad would make cornbread and put syrup over it for breakfast. Every now and again I make it like that for my kids.
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  • moidhu 10 years ago
    TRY TO ADD LITTLE CHUNKS OF FRIED BEEF OR CHICKEN IN YOUR BATTER AND EAT WITH MY LEMON AND RED CHILLI RELISH...
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  • morg1138 10 years ago
    Don't get this in Scotland so will be one to try! Can't wait.
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  • nanny 10 years ago
    Love corn bread and with fall coming will be making it soon.Thanks
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  • caramia 10 years ago
    Being Scottish, corn bread is something new for me,Living now in thre USA and in a Southern state Im getting used to the cooking ( simple but GOOD!)This corn bread is definately something i am going to try......Thanks for the post
    And the welcome to Foodies:)
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