Hot Water Cornbread

From Cook's Country | October/November 2012

Why this recipe works:

A quick-cooked mixture of cornmeal and water is the base for this simple dish. A mere tablespoon of flour helped bind the mix together, an egg added richness and structure, and baking powder kept our hot water cornbread light. After a few minutes in hot oil, these bite-size morsels were crispy… read more

A quick-cooked mixture of cornmeal and water is the base for this simple dish. A mere tablespoon of flour helped bind the mix together, an egg added richness and structure, and baking powder kept our hot water cornbread light. After a few minutes in hot oil, these bite-size morsels were crispy and brown—ready to be eaten warm with a dab of honey butter.

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Makes about 20 fritters

Use medium- or finely ground cornmeal. Serve with honey butter.

Ingredients

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