Hot water corn bread

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Hot water corn bread
Main ingredients
Cornmeal, water
Cookbook:Hot water corn bread  Hot water corn bread

Hot water cornbread is an Native American food item and is unique to the South.

European explorers made cornmeal into cornbread. The cornbread is a mixture of cornmeal and water cooked on top of a skillet in cooking oil. This cornbread is mixed with water to make a batter then placed on the skillet.[1] The sizes of the cornbread range from two to five inches.

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  1. ^ Rattray, Diana. "Hot water corn bread". About.com-Southern Food. Retrieved 14 May 2012.