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My husband and brother love this. They want it fried in butter with a little oil and eat it as fried bread. In case the mush doesn't get firm, I fry it as pancakes. I never use flour and have never had to use a double boiler. Thanks for posting. There is a recipe for cornmeal mush on the back of Quaker cornmeal which also works well.

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Mountainbaby March 16, 2012

I made this for breakfast this morning. It was so creamy and delicious! I added some butter and honey. It easily made 4 servings. I have some left over that I mixed with parmesan cheese, garlic and parsley that I'm going to fry up for dinner. Thanks for the great technique.

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AmbientSunset March 15, 2012

My grandpa used to make this for us when I was young. We dip it in flour before frying it in a skillet.

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Honeym May 19, 2010

Easy and good. My son thought it needed sugar, but I think just maple syrup is enough. Very substantial and filling.

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Terri Newell February 17, 2010

Yep, I do it this way too. I had to learn how to make this for my husband, who comes from a Pennsylvania Dutch background; I couldn't stand to pay the price markets charge for this! Now I like it too.

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Jezski February 08, 2010

ah,yes.....this is how we did it when I was a kid....and I still fix it this way. After slicing the cold mush, I dip both sides in flour, THEN fry it in butter. You get a crisper coat to it. Slather it with maple syrup and you have a breakfast for champions. It doesn't get any better than this!

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Lynn53 February 06, 2010
Cornmeal Mush