How to make Traditional Corn Dodgers | Survival Sullivan

See more The recipe below is one that tends to hold together better than the traditional corn dodgers and is enriched with egg, butter, and some flour. Print Recipe. Prep Time 39 mins. Servings 20 corn dodgers. Calories 115 kcal. Ingredients . 2 cups white or yellow cornmeal; 1/2 teaspoon baking soda (bicarbonate of soda)

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Corn Dodgers - Cook's Country | How to Cook | Quick Recipes

See more These easy-to-make cornmeal cakes were popular with Civil War soldiers and pioneers heading West. Unfortunately, most recipes yield dense, gritty, and hard-as-a-brick cakes. We wanted to bring this corn bread into the 21st century and improve both flavor and texture. Cupcake ipsum dolor sit amet

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Rooster Cogburn's beloved "Corn Dodgers" | Serious Eats Talk

See more Search for recipes and articles. Popular Searches Staff Favorites Burgers Korean Corn Talk; Cooking and Baking; Rooster Cogburn's beloved "Corn Dodgers" Oat_Mel. In the Western novel TRUE GRIT, Charles Portis writes that these were "balls water cornbread". How often do you eat cornbread or Johnnycakes, Hush Puppies and the like?

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Corn Dodgers - An Accidentally Simple Recipe - ~Texas

See more Jump to Recipe. Now I’d heard of corn dodgers from the classic western movie True Grit. In the movie, The Duke, John Wayne, had brought corn dodgers along with him on the trail as food to sustain him. But I assumed it wasn’t really a thing, something made up for the movie. No Rhyme or Reason To Corn Dodger Recipes. So I went looking online.

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Corn Dodgers - Recipe |

See more Enter your email to signup for the Recipe Newsletter 1. Home > Recipes > Corn Dodgers. CORN DODGERS : 2 cups cornmeal 2 eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 1/2 cups milk onion powder salt and pepper to taste peanut or corn oil for frying.

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Corn Dodgers Recipe |

See more Beat eggs well and stir in milk. Combine all dry ingredients, sifting together. Stir dry ingredients into milk and egg mixture. Beat one minute. Heat peanut oil or corn oil to 350 degrees F. Drop by small teaspoonfuls into deep fryer and turn once. Remove when golden brown. Season lightly with onion

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Corn Dodgers Recipe -

See more DIRECTIONS. Preheat oven to 400-degrees, and ready an ungreased cookie sheet. Blend the cornmeal and salt. With a wooden spoon, mix in the butter and enough boiling water to make a dough that is completely moist, but firm enough to hold its shape.

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Corn Dodgers (Hush Puppies) |

See more It’ difficult to say what the original corn dodgers were like because there are hundreds of recipes. Essentially you mixed up cornmeal with water or whatever else you had on hand that might improve the taste—eggs, milk, wild onions, or bacon grease, for instance—then you fried it or baked it in a small oval cake. The variations all had names depending on how they were shaped or prepared

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See more DIRECTIONS. Melt butter in 15x2 x 10 x 1 baking pan (jelly roll pan) Combine Bisquick and corn and sugar; stir until soft dough is formed. Knead about 15 strokes on lightly floured surface.

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Corn Dodgers - an old south recipe from Never Enough Thyme

See more Of all the recipes that I post here on the blog, and there are about 750 now, the ones that I enjoy the most are the very old, very Southern, very traditional ones. And this one today is one of the oldest I've ever done. This recipe for Corn Dodgers takes me right back to my rural southern roots.

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