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I'm sure this is awesome cornbread,The reason I'm not reviewing it is I "assumed" by using self-rising cornmeal,I didnt need the baking powder or baking soda,I was wrong.Next time I will use the soda & powder.
The BEST cornbread I've ever had in my life! I actually used regular yellow cornmeal and thought it was just fine. Thank you, Patty Mae, for the new family favorite at my house.
This was really good. I am always looking for a cornbread recipe without flour. I followed the recipe, (with the exception of the butter), and it was VERY thin. So much so that I added a half cup more cornmeal. I am not sure I needed to, or if it would have turned out fine, I just panicked! Even without the butter, it turned out VERY moist and very tasty! Oh, I also subbed Splenda for the sugar! I will definately make this again. Thanks!
Very good cornbread! Not too sweet and very moist, yet crisp on the outside. Served it with pattikay in LA's Cincinnati Chili. Thank you!
WOW! This is AWESOME! I used 1 heaping T of refined coconut oil to grease the pan, but after that I followed the recipe to the letter. My husband (who is a former Northerner and had reservations about trying Southern cornbread) raved about it! It was moist and cohesive, fell right out of the pan easily like it said, and had a crispy golden brown crust. It was not gritty at all even without any flour, and had a savory corn flavor without being sweet. My husband described it as "satisfyingly craggy..." the perfect texture to soak up a little extra butter once plated. The moral of the story is: don't try to "fix" this recipe; it is perfect the way it is. :)
I wanted a southern cornbread recipe because I had never made it and because I needed some to make a good southern stuffing. This made a perfect cornbread for stuffing, and when I tasted it I realized it was good enough to eat plain too (I grew up with sweet cornbread, so for me this is a departure). It is moist, savory and tastes a lot like corn. It is perfect to eat with butter, or with a ladle of chili poured over it. It is a very high quality, easy cornbread recipe. Thank you for helping me expand my culinary pallet.
This was fantastic! It had just the right texture. Will be making this a lot I'm sure. Thanks for posting.
This is the best recipe for cornbread. My fiance found it one night when he had a huge craving for cornbread and spighetti. This made the whole house smell good. Also anything made in a cast iron skillet is also great. This is a wonderful keeper.