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Nice to have a recipe using the "regular" cornmeal that may be more available in the US than the traditional PAN masa. These came out very wet for me. (I think it probably depends on how fine a grind you get on your cornmeal, and also the moisture of the corn.) I would suggest starting with 3/4 cup milk, then add more if needed.

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realbirdlady June 08, 2011

Lovely, lovely, lovely! Served aside our homemade scrapple. What a breakfast it was. As another reviewer, just used cooking spray, and these turned out lovely. YUM! Great recipe, midwest! Made for ZWT7

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm June 05, 2011

Yes a nice change from our normal morning side. These nice little corn cakes were made as written other than I did use cooking spray instead of 3 tablespoons oil. They made a nice contrast to the sweet baked papaya they were served with. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl May 31, 2011

Yum. Like fried corn bread. Ate with butter & honey.

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Queen Dana May 30, 2011

Wow, wonderful. We just loved this served as a side dish. I could eat them all of the time, they were so good. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT7 for the Vivacious Violets.

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Lainey6605 May 30, 2011

Thanks for sharing this tasty recipe Midwest Maven. I didn't know what to expect but really enjoyed these lovely cornmeal cakes. The dish was quick and easy to make, with great flavor and texture. Next time I make this I will add a little green onion and sea salt to the mix, I think it will work perfectly in this dish. I served them with a little butter and salt, very yummy. Made for ZWT7 (Witchin Kitchen)

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Baby Kato May 28, 2011
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