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Pepper Jack & Cornmeal Madeleines

Yesterday I went out to run a quick errand and, I kid you not, my eyelids were sweating. It already feels like it’s a billion degrees out, and yet, I still can’t stop myself from turning on the oven and baking from time to time. {ThatR...
by The Kitchen Prep on Jun 19, 2016

Slow Cooker Cornbread

Go oven-less with this delicious slow cooker cornbread. A quick and easy recipe that cooks in your crock pot or slow cooker. Continue reading Slow Cooker Cornbread at Fuss Free Flavours.
by Fuss Free Flavours on Apr 28, 2016

Hungarian cornmeal squares with plum jam – Kukoricaprósza

This post is about an old Hungarian dessert, which comes from the western part of our country; Somogy, Zala and Vas counties are the homeland of the hearty dish called prósza. Prósza, which means lepény (pie), was the food of poor families in the...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on Jan 29, 2016

Transylvanian beef stew with polenta

Transylvanian beef stew belongs to the large family of tokány, which is a kind of stew that doesn’t contain paprika, seasoned with black pepper and tomato instead. Tokány is not equal with pörkölt; the recipe of pörkölt hasn’t been...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on May 14, 2015

Gluten free polenta cupcakes with healthier yogurt frosting and a giveaway!

These cupcakes were such a winner in my household! I was so looking forward to sharing this recipe today especially as they contain two of my favourite ingredients: corn meal (polenta flour) and almonds. You know how much I love polenta, I grew up wi...
by My Little Italian Kitchen on Jan 26, 2015

Gluten free polenta cupcakes with healthier yogurt frosting and a giveaway!

These cupcakes were such a winner in my household! I was so looking forward to sharing this recipe today especially as they contain two of my favourite ingredients: corn meal (polenta flour) and almonds. You know how much I love polenta, I grew up wi...
by My Little Italian Kitchen on Jan 26, 2015

Cornbread anyone for the chilly season?

Getting chilly? We bring you – Cornbread – all the way from South America. Having said that, winter brings to us Indians, the lovely ‘makke ke roti’ with ‘sarson ka saag’…What this is to us, the cornbread is...
by Notjustashopper on Nov 25, 2014

'La Bella Polenta' and Venetian Style Appetizers

First of all, you HAVE to watch part of this video, it's adorable. Leave it to the Italians to make up an awesome song about making polenta. (By the way, I think the young woman on the far right is in the market for a husband- you'll see what I mean.

Homemade Buttermilk Cornbread

A homemade buttermilk cornbread recipe made with corn meal, eggs, flour, buttermilk, and butter. You can also find more quick bread recipes like this cornbread recipe here. Cornbread is just one of those foods that makes you think of the crisp and ch...

Cornmeal Yogurt Pancakes

I have never tried using cornmeal in pancakes before and I’ve always imagined that it would not taste as good as regular pancakes because the cornmeal will affect the texture and bite but I was surprised when I tried this recipe that I found at t...

Savorous Cornmeal Waffles w/Cauliflower Cheese Sauce

By this time of year, we have placed our lofty orders with the Easter Bunny for sugar-crusted marshmallow Peeps, creamy Cadbury eggs oozing sweetened yolk-ish imitations, and hallowed chocolate bunnies that echo our every bite. Daffodils dart from th...
by The Word Magicians Kitchen on Apr 15, 2014

Salsa Verde Chicken and Dumplings

Recipe: Salsa Verde Chicken and Dumplings Summary: This dish was absolutely delicious. We both took one bite and agreed this was awesome! I wanted to lick my plate. I didn’t; I just used the biscuit/dumplings to sop up every last bit of sauce i...
by What2Cook on Mar 5, 2014

Four Grain Pancakes

Grains are so good for you and I love these pancakes.  They are easy to make and taste wonderful.  Add some maple syrup, sorghum or honey along with your favorite fruit for a great breakfast. 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1/2 cup cornmeal 1/2 cup all-p...
by The Southern Lady Cooks on Feb 3, 2014

Pizza Pretzels

Recipe: Pizza Pretzels Summary: What’s better than a soft, hot pretzel? Try one stuffed with classic pizza toppings! Text from what2cook.net Text from what2cook.net Ingredients 1 tablespoon Crisco 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Pure Olive Oil 1 tab...
by What2Cook on Jan 31, 2014

Cheesy Skillet Cornbread

Recipe: Cheesy Skillet Cornbread Summary: Cornbread, which some say symbolizes gold, completes the Southern New Year’s triad. Native Americans were the first to bake a cornmeal mixture, and Southerners made it daily when wheat was a rarity in the r...
by What2Cook on Jan 1, 2014

Cornbread Sausage Stuffing with Leeks, Pecans, and Dried Cranberries (Gluten-Free)

I've been making Cornbread Sausage Stuffing with Leeks, Pecans, and Dried Cranberries for nine years. Every. single. year. Without fail. Always for Thanksgiving and sometimes for Christmas too. Okay, and really, sometimes I make it during the sum...
by Cafe Johnsonia on Nov 22, 2013

Blueberry Yogurt Corn Muffins

This is one of the healthiest things I’ve ever tried baking. It has greek  yogurt, cornmeal, blueberries, wholewheat flour and..well, some sugar- for happiness, you know. ü  To be honest, I didn’t like them, I had a hard time finishing...

Almond and Cornmeal Cake

I sliced, peeled, and froze a boat load of peaches while they were still in season a couple of months ago. I knew that at some point in the late summer or fall, I would want their sweet, juicy, peachy goodness. After I extracted the bo...
by Tartlet Sweets on Oct 2, 2013

SORGHUM – SWEET SOUTHERN SYRUP

The past two weeks I have been doing a post on some of my favorite things.  So far, I have written about walnuts and honey. This week it’s sorghum. Most Southerners know that sorghum is the “sweet syrup of the South”.  The sweet s...
by The Southern Lady Cooks on Sep 22, 2013

SORGHUM MOLASSES – SWEET SOUTHERN SYRUP

The past two weeks I have been doing a post on some of my favorite things.  So far, I have written about walnuts and honey. This week it’s sorghum molasses! Most Southerners know that sorghum is the “sweet syrup of the South”.  Th...
by The Southern Lady Cooks on Sep 22, 2013


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