A good Southern Cornbread Recipe is a must have for any cook for several reasons. First, it’s a cheap side dish plus it’s perfect for soups, stews and of course chili.
Learning to make a good pan of cornbread is one of the most simple and affordable recipes to add to your collection. It’s a good dish for stretching the grocery budget because the ingredients are kitchen staples.
More Recipes using Cornbread:
- How To Make Cornbread Dressing (Video included)
- Waffle Iron Cornbread
- How To Make Cornbread Croutons
- Cracklin Cornbread
What to serve Cornbread with:
Cornbread does not have to be made in an Iron Skillet although us southern folks think it’s quite delicious that way. You can also make Cornbread Muffins just for a change using a muffin pan and cupcake liners.
Fried Cornbread is called Hoe Cakes and is also quite delicious. You can fry it on the stove top in the iron skillet or on a griddle. Either way, it’s really tasty.
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My Dad was one of ten children who grew up eating a whole lot of cornbread prepared every way it could be prepared. He used to eat cornbread broken up into a glass of buttermilk. That is not something I would enjoy but I have learned to love cornbread and appreciate it’s versatility.
Cabbage and Cornbread is one of my favorite meals. It’s cheap, easy and delicious!
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My Favorite Tools when preparing Cornbread
- Muffin Pan
- Silicone Whisk
- Iron Skillet
- Square Baking Pan
- Tupperware Measuring Bowl (for mixing and pouring, not pictured)
A culinary must for Southern Cooks is a good Cornbread recipe. Serve this cornbread with soups, stews, cabbage or in your cornbread dressing. Use this recipe in any pan you wish or to make Cornbread muffins in cup cake papers.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 154Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 5gCholesterol: 39mgSodium: 503mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 5g
A culinary must for Southern Cooks is a good Cornbread recipe. Serve this cornbread with soups, stews, cabbage or in your cornbread dressing.
Use this recipe in any pan you wish or to make Cornbread muffins in cup cake papers.