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Cornbread

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Cornbread is quick bread that contains cornmeal and is leavened. It's a common bread in the United States. It is a delicious bread eaten alone, crumbled in milk, soups and stews, and spread with butter. It can be fried in "hoe-cakes," baked as a whole and cut into pieces, or baked in muffin tins and served individually.
You start over, unless you know how much extra you added. Then you can increase the recipe by roughly that much. If you added 50% more salt than necessary, then you could add half extra of the other ingredients.
Baking powder. Cornbread is heavy enough that it has to have something to make it rise. I don't think egg whites are going to be enough. Just for fun, I will try and make a batch tomorrow and will get back to you with the results. Didn't wait till tomorrow. Just took a batch out of the oven....
Johnnycakes were simple food made from staple ingredients that many  people had on hand during that time period. They were similar to  cornbread.
As a sweetener and an emmolient.
corn and make your own bread
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Cornbread dates back to the Native Americans who grew corn and were aware of its versatility and used it for cakes and breads.
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  Confederates ate it during the Civil War. It is made up of primarily cornmeal, milk, and flour. I am trying to look up more on the history though. And I think they made it theirselves.
off top of me head, corn meal, flour, milk, eggs, fat, such as canola, corn or other vegetable oil a little sugar, baking powder, salt.
Because it probably tastes sooo delicious :D ..Not that i would know cause I've never tasted it :P
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Yes it does. If this sentence wasn't a question, you would have to add -s to the verb: Grandpa's barbecued chicken and corn bread tastes good. But because it is a yes/no question using using does (negative does) then we don't add an -s to the verb.
If there are no grains in the corn bread it would technical not be considered leavened (chametz). However, there is an ashkenazic rabbinical injunction forbidding eating of legumes on Passover. Thus, corn which comes under this category would not be eaten on Passover.
There are many types of Johnny Cakes, like Bahamian, or Caribbean. But I know only of the Bahamian, for a World Geo. project... 2 cups of flour2 tsp baking powder1 teaspoon salt1 Tblsp. shortening1 Tblsp. sugarMix flour, baking powder, salt, shortening and sugar with enough water to knead.Knead...
It just tastes good.
The pioneers wouldn't have had access to cornmeal from a grocery store, so they would have first had to plant and grow the corn. The corn would have been harvested and allowed to dry before grinding it into cornmeal. All that took place before making the cornbread could begin. Their cornbread would...
How they made it was that they toke their food supplies such as flour, sugar, salt, ect. They would use a dutch oven to make their meals. Also they mixed their inngretatis and cooked their corn bread.
Chances are, no. There's usually some kind of moisture-activated leavening (such as baking powder) in it. This means that when it comes in contact with liquid, it produces a gas, which causes the bread to rise and become fluffy while baking. Mixing it and letting it sit would deplete all the...
Yea if you eat enough of it
Real Southern style cornbread is not sweet because we do not put sugar in it.There is a great cornbread mix at Winn-Dixie Grocery Stores called House Of Autrey.It uses an egg, milk and if you like a little oil or margarine. I have found I can cook 4 small muffins at one time in my sandwich toaster...
Depends on where and from what you buy it.
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It can be, but it usually is not. Most corn bread is made with a mix of corn and wheat flours. So it would not be gluten free in the majority of cases.
Yes, both cornbread and scones can be baked in glass baking dishes.
Butter, margarine, shortening, melt and let cool. For most things, fat is fat and will produce pretty much the same product. This works for replacing oil, the reverse is not always true. You wouldn't want to use oil in place of butter in sugar cookies.
  yes, it was. That was mainly what they ate.
Yes it could, if you eat enough of it.     Just don't eat too much of it and get regular exercise.
  There may be a recipe without eggs, but it's likely to be very tough and hard when baked. The eggs are what make it light and at the same time keep it together.
Not usually. Cornbread is bread. Cornbread  can be mixed with just about anything you want, even sweets; so you  could make a sort of "poor man's dessert" with it, but I grew up  eating it every week and it was just bread, really good bread. In  other words, it depends. 
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there are approximately 3 cups of cornbread in every box. i needed 6 cups for stuffing today, and two boxes was enough w/ a 2 X 2 square extra, left over.
Create another batch of cornbread dressing and divide the too salty batch into two halves and store half and put the new batch with no salt with the other half with salt and mix the two together
Right after the beans were done!
Generally square, but if you make cornbread muffins then of course muffin shaped.
The date on milk is generally a 'sell by' date. You can expect the milk to remain good for 5 to 7 days after that, as long as it has been stored properly and has been kept below 40°F. Since the milk is being cooked, if it doesn't smell, hasn't curdled and is just a few days past the sell by - you...
Wouldn't recommend it. It'll add too much moisture to the recipe.
it probably has to much broth or if you add eggs there may be to many.
People in the south grew corn as a major crop so they used the corn to make cornbread and other dishes with corn.
Boston market and Cracker Barrel
yes, best place to buy it would be walmart.
YES YES YES and YES
usually any broken up bread
It's supposed to bring good fortune, like rice, various types of beans, and black eyed peas.
It can normally last about three days after that,it is best to discard right away.This is generally due to the ingredients that consist of the dressing.
We don't know exactly how much cornbread the colonists eat, but we do know they ate quite a bit. They usually had a surplus of the ingredients needed for cornbread, so they made lots of it. Colonists usually had a lot of cornmeal, flour, and salt to make the cornbread.
Corn bread is "bread", made from corn meal (many grains can be used to make bread). It is used as any other bread in human cuisine. In the poorest of cuisines, it is the meal itself. In most cuisines, it is an accompaniment to the meal the same as any other bread would be. In some particular...
Yes, the actor who played Johnny Cakes on The Sopranos shot  himself in 2008.
Yes, you can :). The first time I ever had homemade cornbread, they had used white cornmeal. I've also actually used Masa Harina flour ( like what you use to make tortillas) in a pinch and it baked up beautifully and had a "Mexican" flavor to it. My husband actually preferred it to the regular...
no,its called that because of its color and its resembaled.
The answer is unequivocally: yes. But, of course, there are various factors upon which the tenacity is dependent on, such as the energy content per volume of the corn bread. For example, one serving of corn bread may have 200 calories, while another has 400 calories. This energy content may...
Yes! corn bread does contain starch becaus the corn (kernel ) which makes the corn bread contains starch.
Corn bread is a generic name for any quick bread made from corn meal and leavened by baking soda. There are many variations of cornbread, some more dense and "cakey" and others more bread-like.
If you have cornbread that is expired you should probably just throw it out because nobody wants anything to eat even if it smells fine. it's not. Once you mix it with the eggs. Your going to have complications with your digestive system.
Heavy cream could be used for milk in cornbread, but the baked cornbread might be heavy and too dense, because of the high fat content of heavy cream. It would be better to thin the heavy cream with water to bring it closer to the consistency of milk before using it in cornbread.
Pone (although it is more commonly called corn pone).
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  This can be frozen for about 2 weeks. If you put it in an air tight container it will help with keeping out freezer burn. Make sure to cook this dressing soon after you thaw it out.
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It depends on the amount of corn bread consumed, type, and person's overall diet.
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  All things in moderation. Don't overdo cornbread. It could cause you to gain. Limit your servings of grain products. Eat lots of green, red, yellow vegetables. Limit meats and use only a little dairy. To lose cut your food intake to about half of what you have normally been eating.
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No. Early Native Americans did. What you ask shows a stereo typing and is a form of discrimination.
The American slaves would have made cornbread with the same  ingredients and with the same methods as anyone else. In fact, the  kitchens of American slave-owners were staffed with slaves, and the  same cornbread baked for the white family would have been  distributed to slaves on the plantation...
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Yes. Chicken love bread and corn and a treat of cornbread would be eaten happily by your hens.
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Definitely. Be sure to defrost it all the way before baking.
No, plain cornmeal is just ground corn, while cornbread mix contains flour leavening.
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