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  1. Zhizara
    02-21-2011 02:17 PM
    Zhizara
    There are lots of pix just google cornbread and click on Images.

    I don't have the ability to post pix (no camera yet).

    Cornbread lends itself to many addins also. Some like it hot adding minced Jalapeno. Some like it cornier I like to add a can of creamed corn, instead of the liquid in two packs of instant mix. It usually needs an extra five minutes or more to brown the top, but is especially rich and delicious.

    Just make sure the ounces of the can of creamed corn closely matches the ounces of the liquid in the recipe you use.
  2. Zhizara
    02-20-2011 06:57 AM
    Zhizara
    I'd love to be your friend, Kasia. For cornbread, just buy a Jiffy mix if you can find it. It would be in the baking section of your store with the flour, sugar, cake mixes are. If you can't find it, just Google it. The basic recipe is incredibly simple, and has come out perfect every time I've made it.

    The best cooking utensil is a cast iron skillet. I spray mine with oil first. When you pour the batter into the skillet, pour it all over the bottom of the skillet, don't just pour into the middle, as that will cause it to stick there.

    If you don't have a cast iron skillet, just put the batter in a 9X9 pan or a casserole dish. Spraying the container insures easy to remove servings.

    Go ahead and see if you have the ingredients on hand. If not get them. Corn meal can also be used to make grits. You'll be the hostess with the mostest serving up these dishes, and you're in for a real treat when you taste your first cornbread. It's GOOD!
  3. CharlieD
    04-22-2010 08:30 PM
    CharlieD
    I wonder if you still post here or even look here. No matter I just wanted to say tha nk you for the bigos. I love that dish, I wish our American friends would take a notice of it.
  4. Kathleen
    02-27-2010 12:13 PM
    Kathleen
    Hi, Kasia!

    To answer your question, I'm not much of a baker, but my sweetie FrankZ is. He makes bread a lot. I do make cornbread. Here is my basic recipe. I don't put sugar in it and like it better unsweetened.

    Cornbread
    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Heat an 8 inch cast iron skillet and then add a tablespoon of grease (bacon fat or vegatable shortening) Continue to heat on low.

    Mix together:
    1 cup of cornmeal (I prefer white cornmeal over yellow.)
    2 tablespoons of flour
    1/4 teaspoon of salt
    1 teaspoon of baking powder
    1/2 teaspoon of baking soda
    1 egg
    1 cup of buttermilk

    Beat it all together and pour it into the skillet. Bake for 25 minutes or until done. Eat with soups, stews, beans, or just slather it in butter. :)
  5. justplainbill
    Spaghetti sauce continued:
    Soak dried mushrooms in hot water for one hour. Filter out sand (if any); save water.
    Mince onions.
    - Coat meat in flour and brown with a little lard in heavy 6 litre stainless or enamel pot
    - Remove meat, add 30 ml olive oil and minced onions. Sautee until soft.
    - Add minced garlic and cook for 2 or 3 minutes (do not brown).
    - Add tomatoes and all other ingredients including mushroom water but not basil.
    - Raise heat to low boil and stir / blend thoroughly.
    - Return meat to pot.
    - Bring back to low boil.
    - Then reduce heat to simmer (low).
    - Cook partially covered for 2 3 hours to thicken.
    - Add basil and stir into sauce 15 to 30 minutes before completion of cooking.
  6. justplainbill
    Sauce ingredients- approximately 12 servings (method in next message):
    3 kg Crushed red tomatoes
    4 Medium yellow onions
    60 g Dried mushrooms
    25 ml Minced garlic
    75 ml Olive oil
    50 ml Dried oregano
    30 ml Dried basil
    20 ml Dried fennel seeds
    12 Black peppercorns
    15 ml Crushed dried hot pepper flakes
    5 ml Salt
    15 ml Sugar
    1 kg Pork shoulder or 2 kg neck bones
    500 g Chicken legs or thighs
    125 ml Wheat flour

    See next message for method

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    Poland Nowy Sącz
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