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2021-09-08-56d4gu-xleb
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Updated 18.04.2022
The recipe for cornbread is known from the indigenous people of North America. In the southern districts of America, this bread is baked in cast iron pans and consumed with spicy dishes and fried meat. In South America, hot peppers, cheese or corn are kneaded into dough, and if you pour maple syrup on hot cornbread, you get a North American dessert.

Ingredients
servings

  • Soda
    12 tsp.
  • Baking powder
    12 tsp.
  • Corn flour
    36 tbsp.
  • Wheat flour
    48 tsp.
  • Milk
    48 tbsp.
  • Chicken egg
    12 pcs.
  • Butter
    24 tsp.

Nutrition facts per 100 g

  • Calories

    264 kcal

  • Protein

    6.3 g

  • Fat

    13.7 g

  • Carbohydrates

    24.2 g

Method

  • In a bowl, combine corn and wheat flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.

  • Pre-melt the butter and mix it with milk and egg, combine with dry ingredients and knead into a homogeneous mass.

  • Prepare a baking dish, pre-greased with butter, pour the dough into it and send it to an oven preheated to 428 F, for 15-20 minutes. Poke with chopsticks during baking to determine whether the bread is ready. If it comes out dry, then the bread is completely ready. Let the bread cool for 10 minutes and serve.

Tips

  • How to properly melt butter in a water bath? 
    You will need two dishes of different sizes. Pour water into a large container and put it on fire. Place a smaller container on top so that it is about half submerged in water. Put chopped butter in it. Under the influence of boiling water, it begins to melt. Stir it lightly to speed up the process. Once the butter pieces are completely dissolved, remove from heat.

Bon Appetit!

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