Recipe: Cornbread

It’s been a long while since I posted a recipe. I know I keep meaning to do so. After manipulating a cornbread recipe from online, I was able to eat something delicious. Give it a try if you’re hungry for old fashion American cuisine. Let me know how yours comes out. I’ll probably be tweaking it between now and the cookbook collection.

Cornbread

Yield:  1 cake
4000F oven
Prep Time:  15 minutes
Cook Time:  20 minutes
Easy

Ingredients::

  • 2       c             cornmeal
  • 5/4    c             almond milk
  • 1        tsp          baking soda
  • 1        tsp          salt
  • 1        tsp          cream of tartar
  • 6       Tbsp       canola oil
  • 1        Tbsp       sugar
  • spray oil

Equipment::

  • large bowl
  • measuring cups and spoons
  • whisk or mixer
  • 8″/9″ cake pan, cast iron skillet, or muffin tins
  • large spoon

Directions::

  1. Preheat oven to 4000 F.
    • If using cast iron skillet, spray with oil and heat in oven.
  2. Whisk together all ingredients. Try to overbeat. Cornmeal needs extra time to absorb the liquid in the batter.
  3. Prep the pan by spraying with oil.
    • If using cast iron, remove from oven and respray with oil. Be careful; the pan will be hot.
    • If using muffin tins, either spray with oil or use cupcake liners.
  4. Pour the batter evenly in the pan. Give it a few minutes rest on the counter before placing in the oven.
    • The pan or cast iron needs 20 minutes at 4000
    • The muffins need 15?? minutes at 4000
  5. Pull the bread/muffins out of the oven and set on the counter to cool. Let stand 20 minutes before removal.
  6. Enjoy!

Notes::

  • Almond milk is not necessary here. Use any milk you so desire. If using buttermilk instead of milk, refrain from using cream of tartar.
  • If you rush the cooling process of the cornbread, you’ll end up with a lot of crumbs. Still delicious, but not quite bread/muffins. I struggle to wait too.

© Hartliebe   2019


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Note: Made by an American. It’s not in metric. [Conversion Tool] or [Recipe converter]

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