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Unread 12-05-2012, 01:12 PM   #31
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Unread 12-05-2012, 01:38 PM   #32
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Just a note: If you're using a standard household size oven you will need a 3/4 size sheet pan.
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Thanks for the recipe Jeanie. That's almost exactly what I do, except I melt Crisco in the skillet and pour back into the batter instead of using vegetable oil.

"Corn bread is not supposed to be sweet. That’s in the Bible, too. The book of Martha White, 7:11.
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Thanks Hoss, I just measured one of my skillets, the biggest I've used for cornbread is a 15" one. Turns out fine.
I would think a 17" skillet would be no problem.

I agree with ya, cornbread has to be cooked in C. I. .
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I want to be a Southerner!


but can I be one if I don't want sugar in my iced tea?
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Assuming 10 servings per pan, and you need 100 to 120 servings, you are looking at having to cook that many loaves. Doable if you have a large amount of oven space. It's a lot of work. I will say though, I have cooked in service pans that were 3" deep, worked fine.
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I want to be a Southerner!


but can I be one if I don't want sugar in my iced tea?
You just say Sweet Tea. Between your rib cooks and knowing what sweet tea is, Your well on your way to not being an upside down yankee.
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Just a note: If you're using a standard household size oven you will need a 3/4 size sheet pan.
Whut iz an oven??? Thanks cuz!
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Cook it in 2 disposable aluminum pans when the center is set its done. If there is sugar in it its cake.
Can't have sugar in mine either!
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Absolutely no sugar. No flour either, in mine. Has to be cooked in cast iron. Cornbread has to be round, then cut into pie-wedge shapes to taste right. Rectangular cornbread tastes funny.
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Rectangular cornbread tastes funny.
You're funny!

Thanks so much for starting this thread, Hoss. I've been wanting to make cornbread but didn't know very much about it. What a lot of great information in this thread. I have two CI skillets with shapes -- one has small ears of corn and one is just circles. Sorry, Gnaws on Pigs. I was hoping to find a recipe without sugar or flour so thank you so much, Cowgirl. I can't wait to make me some southern cornbread!!

Now, next question --- can you make hush puppies with the same batter? And are hush puppies always deep fried? I've never eaten a hush puppy.....
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Hush puppies are supposed to be deep fried.The ones I make are a very similar batter.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/n...ipe/index.html

I use one similar to this.NO orange sauce for me though!
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Absolutely no sugar. No flour either, in mine. Has to be cooked in cast iron. Cornbread has to be round, then cut into pie-wedge shapes to taste right. Rectangular cornbread tastes funny.
Wow, your food has lots of rules.
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