Corn bread or cornbread is a truly 'native' American dish and is extremely popular as a side dish to chilli con carne.
Fill your kitchen with the sweet heavenly smell of cornbread which is ready in less than an hour.
This is an easy recipe for cornbread that uses a combination of polenta (corn meal) and flour to create yeast-free bread ideal as an accompaniment to chilli and American style BBQ.
This is a simple cornbread that takes five minutes from beginning to end thanks to it being cooked in the microwave. Perfect as a side to a rushed midweek meal.
Grated carrots transform an ordinary quick bread into a nutritious superfood.
Slow-cooked beef and beans in a rich tomato sauce spiced with chillies and cumin makes an inviting meal on a wintry day, and warm, crumbly cornbread studded with corn kernels and mild green chilli is the perfect accompaniment. Serve with a crisp salad for a hearty, well-balanced meal.
I modified my mother-in-law’s beloved cornbread recipe to create this. The pumpkin gives the gluten free-flours a moisture and spring, and the lemon juice and spices lifts the mix. I like to serve this bread right out of the oven, and put almond butter or regular butter on it. This is when the texture is moist and springy, and most resembles regular wheat bread.
This cornbread recipe uses no flour or sugar, only polenta, buttermilk, butter, egg and oil, making it gluten free and basic. Cooked right in the frying pan.
Another way to use zucchini.
This is an unusual cornbread muffin I adapted after years of mucking around. You'll get tons of texture, fruity bits and grain punch . . . and room for creativity! I've used fresh figs, dried cherries or whatever is handy instead of the mango. Enjoy!
This recipe yields a light and fluffy gluten free, dairy free cornbread. Cornbread is light and fluffy, but somewhat crumbly. Letting cool for 5 to 10 minutes before serving helps with crumble.