“We always use cast iron pans for our cornbread.”
We were talking to a food editor in the South. We only occasionally use cast iron. Most of the time, we use springform pans or our favorite clad skillet. Today, we’ll look at the advantages of each. We’ll also look at the different types of cornbread. And we’ll look at a number of recipes. Finally, we’ll give you a recipe to make your own cornbread mix.
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|What kind of cornbread should you make?
Cornbread ranges from eggy skillet cornbread to more cake-like, sweeter cornbread. It’s helpful to understand the differences.
Different pans present different advantages and disadvantages.
Mix it in bulk and mix what you need. It’s an easy way to put cornbread on the table in a hurry and you save money. Save 50% on buttermilk powder for your mix.
Choose a recipe?
Cornbread recipes vary widely from region to region and with tastes with recipes ranging from spicy Southwestern cornbread to cake-like New England cornbread. This list will get you started.
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