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Why is my cornbread dressing too pasty?

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it probably has to much broth or if you add eggs there may be to many.
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Who introduced cornish pasties?

Traditional pasties originate from Cornwall, England hence the name Cornish Pasties. Pasties were made for tin miners who could eat their lunches easily and efficiently while

Can you freeze cornbread dressing that has been cooked?

Yes you can freeze it. It should be good for up to 3 months. Keep in mind that when you thraw and re-heat that it will likely be moist. For best results, thaw on a wire rack.

Why is your rice pasty?

too much starch was released usually due to over cooking.

What is the best recipe for old-fashioned cornbread dressing baked in the oven?

Old-fashioned cornbread dressing baked in the oven is a real treat.  It does not have to be difficult. Here is an easy and fast recipe.  1 16 oz pkg cornbread mix 2 Tbl butt

Is cornbread a starch?

  Unfortunately, yes.

How many calories in a cheese pasty?

Ginsters (130g) Cheese and Onion pasty is 511 kcal, 33 grams of fat. Tescos (150g) Cheese and Onion pasty is 416 kcal, 26 grams of fat. Sainsburys (150g) Cheese and Onion

Do you have to refrigerate cornbread?

Depends on if you used dairy products in the recipe. If you used milk or cheese...I would say refrigerate it just to be safe. :)

Is cornbread delicious?


What does pale pasty face mean?

That you are pale and look sick like your on crack like that guy from Harry potter that is pasty I mean having pale fair skin is beautiful cuz u look Like a Dollfie but not pa
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What do you serve with cornish pasties?

Nothing. A cornish pasty is a complete meal in itself. I would guess, designed as such for miners (in the same way as the sandwich was devised for use on the battlefield).

What is the difference between a pasty and a pie?

A pasty is made by placing the filling on a circular-shaped pastry. For the pastry to enclose the filling and crimp the edges to seal the filling inside, making it half-moon-s