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Can you broil cornbread?

No, cornbread batter would scorch under a broiler and would notbake properly. On the other hand, finished cornbread can bebuttered and toasted under a broiler, if watched care

What is a recipe for cornbread?

Cornbread Recipe....homemade! Ingredients 1 cup Yellow Cornmeal 1 cup All-Purpose Flour 1/4 cup Sugar 1-1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda 1/2 teaspoon Salt 2 large Eggs 1-1/4 cup Butt

What is a starch?

Just a different word for carbohydrates, the stuff you find in bread and potatoes and pasta, which your body converts to glucose for energy. The words 'carbs' and 'carbohydr

Is cornbread a dessert?

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 gre

What is starch?

Just a different word for carbohydrates, the stuff you find in bread and potatoes and pasta, which your body converts to glucose for energy. The words 'carbs' and 'carbohyd

How do you reheat cornbread?

Cornbread can be reheated wrapped in a damp cloth and microwavedfor 10 to 30 seconds, depending on the amount being reheated. Amore common method may be to slice and butter th

What does starch do?

Starch creates fat that run through your blood vessels. There are many different types of food containing starch like wheat, bread, fruit

What has starch in it?

Potatoes. They have a lot of starch.allso rice, cotton wool,bread,corn and some plant leafs.

What are starches?

Foods are made up of mainly three major ingredients - fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Starches are complex carbohydrates which are produced by green plants in order to store
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Where did cornbread originate from?

Corn bread was not invented. It was a product of cultural exchange and practical necessity. Corn [aka maize] is a new world food. Native Americans were cooking with ground cor

Is cornbread a vegetable?

No, cornbread is a bread or grain product. The corn used to makecornbread is dried and ground into flour, with nutritionalproperties quite different from the immature, moist "

Is cornbread fattening?

Cornbread in itself is not particularly fattening. Like any otherbread, grain product or carbohydrate, it needs to be eaten inmoderation in a healthful diet. In a plant-based