By senseicheryl on August 10, 2008
"From the Cook's Illustrated Website: Before preparing the baking dish or any of the other ingredients, measure out the frozen kernels and let them stand at room temperature until needed. When corn is in season, fresh cooked kernels can be substituted for the frozen corn. This recipe was developed with Quaker yellow cornmeal; a stone-ground whole-grain cornmeal will work but will yield a drier and less tender cornbread. We prefer a Pyrex glass baking dish because it yields a nice golden-brown crust, but a metal baking dish (nonstick or traditional) will also work. The cornbread is best served warm; leftovers can be wrapped in foil and reheated in a 350-degree oven for 10 to 15 minutes. Makes one 8-inch Square"
Serving Size: 1 (72 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16
"Yum yum yum! This was delicious and passed the all-important kid test. I couldn't bring myself to use an entire stick of butter so I halved it and substituted yogurt (I had fat free Greek yogurt). I also used a little less sugar and maple syrup, and used white whole wheat flour. It came out moist and delicious. The entire family loved it."
"This is really, really good & easy. I needed to use up some buttermilk and fresh blueberries and this was the perfect recipe. No mixer needed. I also used Bob's Red Mill 100% Whole Grain medium grind cornmeal. I like a more dense cornmeal -- it was delicious. A plus is also having whole corn kernels. At first, I was a little skeptical but my family loves, loves, loves anything with corn. Plus blueberries. This one's definitely a winner!"