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No Recipe Hot Water Cornbread

Updated on December 30, 2012

No Recipe Hot Water Cornbread

All it takes s a few simple ingredients to make something so good.
All it takes s a few simple ingredients to make something so good. | Source

Hot Water Cornbread

With New Years Eve coming up on us I remember my mother making hot water cornbread to go with our meals on that great day and it was nothing better than to get them hot right out of the skillet, the taste was so good you had to go back for more.

When I was a kid growing up we use to watch the bowl games with our family and friends and my mother use to to make this hot water cornbread as a snack for us but during this snack time she use to add a pinch of sugar to make them on the sweet side and at dinner they were a little more buttery than sweet and it really change the taste of the cornbread but either way we loved them we could not wait to get more so today I would love to share how my mother use to make them so you can try them on your family and friends I'm telling you they are so good.

No Recipe Hot Water Cornbread

Ingredients

Gold metal self rising cornmeal

A pot of hot boiling water

Vegetable oil for frying

Sugar for the sweet ones (optional)

Buttered flavored cooking oil for the buttered ones (optional)

Method

There really is no method, what my mother use to do and I do now is add your self rising cornmeal in a bowl then pour a small amount of boiling water over top of the cornmeal and stir .....Your batter should be thick very thick but mixed very well at this time if you want them sweet you can add a pinch of sugar mix in and your batter should be ready grab the oil of your choice pour enough for frying then let your grease get hot using a rounded tablespoon scoop out the batter and place it in the hot grease and fry until golden brown.......when they are brown on both sides place them on a napkin or paper towel to drain off the grease then serve hot.

I suggest making small batches because they are so easy to prepare so try it and enjoy.


No Recipe Hot Water Cornbread

Great tasting hot water corn bead is so simple to make and the taste is will keep you wanting more.
Great tasting hot water corn bead is so simple to make and the taste is will keep you wanting more. | Source

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    • Handicapped Chef profile imageAUTHOR

      Handicapped Chef 

      5 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      Vacation Trip ..you just have to try it they are so good you will thank me.

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      Susan 

      5 years ago from India

      This is completely new to me. will surely give it a try. Thanks for sharing this interesting hub.

    • Handicapped Chef profile imageAUTHOR

      Handicapped Chef 

      5 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      Thanks to each and everyone of you they sell self rising cornmeal flour here so if any of you need it just inbox me and I will be glad to send it right to you . Happy New Years everyone.

    • Handicapped Chef profile imageAUTHOR

      Handicapped Chef 

      5 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      Carol your local super marke should have the cornmeal but if you cant find it let me know and I will guide you to making it right.

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      carol stanley 

      5 years ago from Arizona

      I never heard of self rising cornmeal..Now I have. These sound really tasty..Thanks for the share..Voting UP and Pinning.

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      Ghaelach 

      5 years ago

      Hi Carlton.

      This recipe is more than simple it's almost idiot proof, so I'll be giving it a try when thing get back to normal.

      LOL Ghaelach

      Happy New Year to you and your family.

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      Faythe Payne 

      5 years ago from USA

      I will give them a try..I didn't know that they made self rising cornmeal...thanks for the recipe

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