Monday, November 17, 2008

Hayden's Corn Bread

These two beautiful ladies are my dear daughter in law and my friend, her mother. Yesterday was our grandson's 7th birthday. We all had a wonderful time celebrating his 7th birthday. Mom is a gracious hostess and plans fun events for all. Dinner was Chili, cornbread and salad. The cornbread was REALLY different and delicious! It was a recipe from Shelley's grandmother and Shelley shared the recipe with me before I left. Now this is not you usual cornbread and I do love my recipe but this was SO good! It was moist and dense and more cake like! If you try it let me know how you like it. It does not need butter at all!

Hayden's Cornbread

1 C self rising corn meal
2 eggs
1 C sour cream
1/2 C cooking oil
1 small can cream style corn
2 tsp baking powder

Combine all ingredients and beat well. Turn batter into a greased, heated 9" skillet or corn stick or muffin pan. (Shelley doubled the recipe and placed into a greased enamel 9 x 13 casserole dish). Bake 400 degrees for 30 minutes.


Susie said...

Yummo!! Looks like we both have some great recipes today:-)

Amber said...

Sounds good!! I have never had the corn with homemade cornbread before. I usually dump the corn in a box of Jiffy mix. I will have to try this!!

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Marcia Francois said...

Hi Marcia

I tried this today but I don't think it came out right - the unbaked mixture seemed too runny (and oily).

Then again, I'm not sure what the consistency of cornbread is meant to be like??? Let me know...

You sure it was only 1 cup of cornflour???