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"I changed the recipe a little, I actually combined two recipies. Came out very well. I added cream style corn from the can, put some fried onions with red bell pepper, and instead of buttermilk I put sour cream. Everything turned out very well, my family loved it!"- Dobermangirl
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Mix all dry ingredients together. Stir eggs into buttermilk and add to dry mixture. Melt butter inside heavy iron skillet. Coat skillet with butter on all sides. Pour remaining butter from skillet into cornbread batter and mix thoroughly. Pour the cornbread batter into hot skillet and bake in a 375 degree oven. Cook bread until it has a golden brown crust (approximately 25-30 minutes).
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JohnnyRaved 10 months agoI substituted bacon fat for butter. Nice flavor and texture. I doubled the sugar and will add more next time I make it, as I like a mild sweetness in my corn bread.
Henrymiles 1 year agoI fried bacon and left drippings in cast iron pan for a good coating. That's what makes this have a yummy crispy edge. I also added 1/2 cup of sweet potato pie filling to take it over the TOP!!!!!!!
jatleo 2 years agoRecipe was incomplete, I guessed at the butter (1/2 cup) & diced up the 2 slices of bacon, added to dry ingredients. I also added 1 cup of shredded cheese & 1 chopped jalapeno. Delicious
pols005 2 years agoI had some buttermilk to use up and tried this tonight along with some red bean and rice for dinner. Worked out very well.
BigB6958 3 years agoI've made this a couple of times and it is VERY nice and crusty. I also added old cheddar, real corn and some chipotle powder for a nice kick.
Zeissg 3 years agoGood - but two problems. First, didn't know how much butter was required. Second, didn't know what to do with the bacon. Outcome good, though.
Dobermangirl 3 years agoI changed the recipe a little, I actually combined two recipies. Came out very well. I added cream style corn from the can, put some fried onions with red bell pepper, and instead of buttermilk I put sour cream. Everything turned out very well, my family loved it!
cleverkt 7 years agoUsed it to top my Skillet Tamale Pie and it worked a treat. Seriously gonna make this ALOT!
walleyeman 7 years agowhat about the bacon?.......I know what i would do with it.but..incomplete recipe!
promfh 8 years agoYou've got the secret to good crust. Putting it in a hot pan makes all the difference. Great picture also.
CandiceSteele 8 years agoTastes just like my mom used to make. Delicious corn bread with a nice crisp crust...
stevemur 8 years agoWow, terrific photo, Candice!