Creamed Corn Cornbread Recipe


Creamed Corn Cornbread Recipe

The creamed corn plus the buttermilk makes for an extremely moist, tasty and wonderful cornbread! This Creamed Corn Cornbread Recipe doesn’t dry out, and holds up for days.

Prep Time:15 minutes
Cook time:30 minutes

Ingredients:
1/4 cup unsalted Butter
1 cup Yellow Cornmeal
3/4 cup White Flour
2 TBSP Sugar
1 TBSP plus 1 tsp Baking Soda
1/2 tsp Salt
1 cup Creamed Corn
1 cup Buttermilk
1 Egg

Directions:


• Preheat oven to 450°.
• Preheat pan in the oven, allowing it to become very hot.
• Melt 1/2 stick of butter in the microwave, set aside.
• Combine cornmeal, flour and sugar in a medium metal bowl; sift in baking soda and salt
• In a separate bowl, whisk together creamed corn, milk and egg.
• Combine creamed corn mixture, dry mixture and half of the melted butter; stir until combined.
• Remove heated pan from the oven, add the rest of the melted butter to the pan.
• Pour batter on top of melted butter into the hot pan, flatten until even.
• Return the pan to the oven, and bake the cornbread for 20-25 minutes at 450° until golden brown.
• Remove from oven, and allow to stand 15 minutes before cutting.

Makes 8 servings of Creamed Corn Cornbread



Hubby got most of this recipe from a book I gave him for his last birthday: The Cornbread Gospels Weeeellllll you know me and Hubby; can’t leave well enough alone. He pretty much disregarded the instructions and did it his own way. The ingredient change was buttermilk, and I think it made a world of difference.

We’ve tried other recipes in this book, and to date this has been the only one we will make again and again. The creamed corn + the buttermilk makes for an extremely moist, tasty and wonderful cornbread!


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30 Bread Recipes

30 Bread Recipes. I love bread! If you enjoy bread as much as I do you will love this list of  30 Bread Recipes - there are bread machine, no-knead, and knead yeast recipes, as well as all kinds of  quick bread variations.  If you are looking for a bread to complete your next meal, look no further; one of these breads is sure to please.


30 Bread Recipes

I love bread! If you enjoy bread as much as I do you will love this list of 30 Bread Recipes – there are bread machine, no-knead, and knead yeast recipes, as well as all kinds of quick bread variations. If you are looking for a bread to complete your next meal, look no further; one of these breads is sure to please.



5 Ingredient Beer Bread – The Frugal Mom

Amberbock Dark Lager Beer Bread – Epicurean {in} DC

Beer Bread – Drugstore Divas

Blender Bread – It’s A Fabulous Life

Carb Free Bread – Grocery Shop For Free

Chocolate Chip Sour Cream Banana Bread – Thrifty Recipes

Copycat Starbucks Lemon Loaf – Frugal Coupon Living

Cornbread Cake – Two Kids and a Coupon

Cranberry Apple Pecan Chocolate Chip Bread – Farm Fresh Feasts

Cream Cheese Chocolate Chip Bread – Little House Living

Crusty Artisan Style Bread Recipe – How To Have It All

Easy Cheesy Focaccia Bread – Thrifty Recipes

Easy Irish Soda Bread – Thrifty Jinky

Egg Free Banana Bread – Rock-a-bye Parents

Faux Sourdough Bread

Homemade Cornbread – Mission To Save

Irish Soda Bread – Epicurean {in} DC

Lemon Poppy Seed Bread Recipe – How To Have It All

Melt in Your Mouth Banana Bread – Two Kids and a Coupon

Multigrain Sourdough Bread – Farm Fresh Feasts

No-knead Artisan Bread – Mommy Is Coocoo

Olive Garden Bread Sticks (only better) – Mommy Is Coocoo

Orange Cranberry Bread – Gator Mommy Reviews

Pumpkin Zucchini Bread – Little House Living

Rye Bread – How To Have It All

Strawberry Banana Bread – Gator Mommy Reviews

Sugar Free Oil Free Banana Bread Recipe with Applesauce – Thrifty DIY Diva

Whole Wheat Soda Bread – Give Me Neither

Zucchini Bread – The Frugal Mom

Zucchini Carrot Bread


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Flat Pierogi Dough Recipe

Flat Pierogi Dough Recipe


While most people are familiar with filled Pierogi, my family enjoys an extra sweet Pierogi dough which we use to make un-filled, flat Pierogi. We cook them in butter and brown sugar, and they are simply delicious! Here is the recipe we use:

Flat Pieogi Dough Recipe

Dough Ingredients

3 cups Sifted, Unbleached Cake Flour
1/4 tsp salt
3/4 cup Boiling Water
1/4 Cup Milk w/1 TBSP Sugar (stir to dissolve sugar)
1/2 tsp Cooking Oil

Water

6 Quarts Boiling Water
1 tsp Cooking Oil

• Combine sifted cake flour and salt in a large bowl
• Pour 3/4 cups boiling water to flour, stir with fork. Any lumps should be crumbled with the fork
• Cover bowl with cotton dishtowel and set aside for 5 minutes
• Add 1/4 cup of milk w/sugar, again mash the flour with a fork
• Cover bowl with cotton dishtowel, set aside for 15 minutes
• Add 1/2 tsp Cooking Oil, knead dough until smooth (approximately 5 minutes)

• Bring water to a rapid, rolling boil on the stove. Add cooking oil. (Note: you can run 2-3 pots at a time to speed up the process)

Flat Pierogi Dough Recipe


• Roll dough until flat. Hubby came up with this idea a few years ago to put the dough through a pasta maker. I was skeptical at first, but I must say it makes the process go a lot faster!! We roll on a 2 first.
• Rerolled on a 3.5
• The final roll was a 5.
• Cut into squares, rectangles, etc. Size does not matter. I usually mix it up with small and large pieces so people can choose.

Flat Pierogi Dough Recipe


• Add uncooked dough to the boiling water
• Cook at least 3 minutes. With a filled pierogi you can tell the dough is cooked when it floats to the top. Since these are unfilled, they float almost immediately. Cook them for 3 minutes to ensure they have been boiled.
• Use a slotted spoon to remove the dough from the boiling water.
• Place on rack to dry

• Once you have boiled your dough, the pierogi are technically cooked, and may be frozen or served. I cannot image eating them that way though. The traditional preparation for a sweet pierogi is butter and sugar. We treat the flats as sweet dough in our house, and prepare in a pan on the stove with butter and brown sugar. Be very careful though as this is basically candy and you can burn yourself if you get the brown sugar and butter mixture on your skin.

Flat Pierogi Dough Recipe


• Serve hot and enjoy!


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