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Old 10-04-2016, 07:09 PM
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I went to Browns in hackberry and they were fresh out of jiffy mix.... Anybody got a good recipe?
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Old 10-04-2016, 07:11 PM
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You can give jadams a call I heard he has a vast range on how to use jiffy corn bread mix
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Old 10-04-2016, 07:36 PM
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I went to Browns in hackberry and they were fresh out of jiffy mix.... Anybody got a good recipe?
one cup of corn meal,one cup of flour,6 tbl spoons of sugar,4 teaspoons os baking powder,1 cup of milk,1 egg,1/4 cup of vegetable oil then blend together,and poue in a greased pan,preheat oven to 425 and back until golden brown!!
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one cup of corn meal,one cup of flour,6 tbl spoons of sugar,4 teaspoons os baking powder,1 cup of milk,1 egg,1/4 cup of vegetable oil then blend together,and poue in a greased pan,preheat oven to 425 and back until golden brown!!


Thanks Big C I'll definitely be using that
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I got yo cornbread...............With butter and honey...........
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Old 10-04-2016, 10:52 PM
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With all the talk about cornbread I gotta know what's your favorite. If premix what brand and so you add to it.

If "homemade" what's the recipe.
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Old 10-05-2016, 07:34 AM
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I dont think you can beat Jiffy
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Old 10-05-2016, 09:04 AM
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I agree. Grab a few boxes and roll.

I didnt see that meaux had started this thread already.
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one cup of corn meal,one cup of flour,6 tbl spoons of sugar,4 teaspoons os baking powder,1 cup of milk,1 egg,1/4 cup of vegetable oil then blend together,and poue in a greased pan,preheat oven to 425 and back until golden brown!!
Yep except I don't like sugar in mine. Get your oven heated but also get that skillet hot on the stove top before you pour the batter in. You get that little fry on the bottom crust that is awesome. At least to me.
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Big C's recipe is how we do it except for the sugar. I put one tblspn of sugar just to make the wife happy. I don't like sweet cornbread but that's just a personal thing.
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Merged the 2 threads
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I bet there is a 19 yr old at spicers that can get you some jiffy from Adams!
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one cup of corn meal,one cup of flour,6 tbl spoons of sugar,4 teaspoons os baking powder,1 cup of milk,1 egg,1/4 cup of vegetable oil then blend together,and poue in a greased pan,preheat oven to 425 and back until golden brown!!
Big C...that is almost what I do except I use buttermilk, add a teaspoon of Vanilla Extract and I substitute the vegetable oil with bacon grease; and I always use a black iron skillet. C'est des bon manger...that's some good eating...
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Big C's recipe is how we do it except for the sugar. I put one tblspn of sugar just to make the wife happy. I don't like sweet cornbread but that's just a personal thing.
I like it sweet because when I eat cornbread its with milk in a bowl,i also add more sugar in the bowl with the milk.
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I like it sweet because when I eat cornbread its with milk in a bowl,i also add more sugar in the bowl with the milk.
Same way I was raised ... right on !

That was supper many of nights.
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I eat it with milk in the bowl too and use steens syrup I also like sweet and jiffy is hard to beat. Try making waffles and pancakes with jiffy they are really good.
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... and use steens syrup

The good stuff right there !
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growing up my dad use too put a link or two of green onion sausage in a cast iron cover with water and boil until water gone then brown. eat it with corn bread and steens syrup on both.Damn good groceries.
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growing up my dad use too put a link or two of green onion sausage in a cast iron cover with water and boil until water gone then brown. eat it with corn bread and steens syrup on both.Damn good groceries.

I must be missing something. What is the water for? Can't you just chunk da sausage in da pot and brown it?
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Big C...that is almost what I do except I use buttermilk, add a teaspoon of Vanilla Extract and I substitute the vegetable oil with bacon grease; and I always use a black iron skillet. C'est des bon manger...that's some good eating...
Oh yeah. Sounds good.
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