Hot water corn bread

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Hot water corn bread
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Hot water corn bread being cooked
Type Bread
Main ingredients Cornmeal, water
Cookbook: Hot water corn bread  Media: Hot water corn bread

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

European explorers made cornmeal into cornbread. Hot water cornbread is a mixture of cornmeal and water cooked on top of a skillet in cooking oil. The cornmeal is mixed with water to make a batter then placed in small portions in the hot oil in the skillet and browned on both sides.[1] The individual sizes generally 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.