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Posts: 106 3/9/11 1:04 P
While I love the GF corn bread I do fine it a little grainy and dry. Here's a little tip to make your corn bread smoother. Take your electric mixer and beat the gf corn flour for about 2 minutes before adding the wet ingredients. Really does make a big difference. Not sure if it was Ina from Barefoot contessa or Emril that suggests this, but it is worth those few extra minutes.
Posts: 2,701 3/9/11 12:04 P
I made GF cornbread recently using Blue Cornmeal. I also added in some diced green chiles. Yum! It was wonderful.
I served it with Blue Corn Posole that I got from Los Chileros.
Pounds lost: 1.0
Posts: 33,470 3/8/11 11:09 P
Now do they make corn muffins without the corn? Can't eat any corn products.
current weight: 224.0
Fitness Minutes: (5,153) Posts: 1,917 3/8/11 10:46 P
I have used Pamela's corn muffins and they are good. This recipe sounds real good so I will have to try them too. Thanks Laura. I love muffins with a bowl of chili. Charlene
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current weight: 117.0
Fitness Minutes: (125,021) Posts: 19,145 3/8/11 9:52 P
I don't eat corn very often and when I do I make sure I buy organic, non GMO corn and corn products. Sometimes a corn muffin is nice with a homemade bowl of chili... These turned out really good. Can't even tell their GF.
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