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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Pioneer Woman's Cornbread

Pioneer Woman's Cornbread
UMM UMM GOOD!  Chicken Legs made cornbread to go with our new favorite Deen Bros Chili.  At our house, you can't have chili without cornbread.  That would be like peanut butter without jelly or Bert without Ernie - it just isn't right!  We decided to try the Pioneer Woman's cornbread recipe from my new cookbook.  It is very similar to our usual recipe so we knew it would be good.  Some people like a cakey, sweet cornbread - this is not it.  This cornbread is not sweet at all.  It has more of a grainy texture with a wonderful crispy crust from pouring the batter in the hot cast iron skillet.  We thought it was great.  It was best with lots of butter slathered all over it! 

Pioneer Woman's Cornbread

Pioneer Woman's Cornbread

Pioneer Woman's Cornbread

Pioneer Woman Cornbread
from The Pioneer Woman
(Printable Recipe)

6 Tbsp shortening
1 cup yellow corn meal
1/2 cup flour
1 tsp salt
1 cup buttermilk
1/2  cup milk
1 egg
1 Tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

Heat shortening in an iron skillet, muffin pan, or other baking pan. Combine corn meal, flour, and salt in a mixing bowl. In a separate bowl, combine buttermilk, milk, and egg. Add baking powder and baking soda. Stir. Add melted shortening, stirring constantly. Pour into hot pan, smoothing surface with spatula.

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown on top.

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  1. Looks fabulous. I've got to get out my cast iron skillet one of these days and make cornbread. I've never done that.

  2. My kitchen is so lame, I love your back splash. The cornbread looks spectacular, of course.

  3. Oh, yum! Why buy it in the box? Me, being a northerner, adds sugar to her cornbread. I know... it makes a southerner faint.
    thanks for submitting this for next week's roundup!

    1. I'm a southerner, born and raised, and I've always put sugar in my cornbread. My southern, born and raised, Mamma and Ma Maw did too.

  4. I had a computer email glitch, but it's there now... bright and early. I do apologize for not posting this. Yikes!


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