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i haven't tried this recipe yet but my mom made it when i was a kid . cornmeal mush was always my breakfast and oatmeal was my sisters. my husband is not a fan of cornmeal anything so i haven't made much with it over the years but to me it sounds good. i found a recipe for a polenta lasagna and thought it sounded good so got to looking for a ...


This is the best recipe for fried cornmeal mush I have ever had. –Sorry Grandma- I add the salt, 2 tablespoons butter, and food coloring to the water. Stir cornmeal over med heat until it is dou...


This old-fashioned recipe for Fried Cornmeal Mush is one that won't ever go out of style. Most Midwesterners will tell you it's one of their go-to breakfast staples, while some folks will say it makes a tasty side dish! However you eat it, there's no


Fried Mush Recipe. Fried cornmeal mush is a classic breakfast for Midwesterners. My husband and I both grew up in Ohio. He grew up in the Southwest part of the state and I grew up in the Northeast part. Over the past few years I’ve learned that just because we both grew up in Ohio, that doesn’t mean we had the same food traditions.


Cornmeal mush is also commonly served fried, as in this recipe. The mixture is left to set or placed in the refrigerator to chill and then cut into squares or rectangles. After coating with a dusting of cornmeal, the slices are fried in bacon drippings, butter or oil. The pieces remain creamy inside while developing a crispy exterior.


Fried cornmeal mush is an old-fashioned recipe. 3 1/2 cups water 1 1/2 cups cornmeal (I have used yellow and white) 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup flour 3 or 4 tablespoons butter or margarine Maple syrup, honey, sorghum or syrup of your choice Mix cornmeal and salt together in a bowl. Bring the 3 1/2 cups water to a boil on the stove.


And this cornmeal mush recipe is one of them. He’s crazy for it. Actually…he’s wild for fried mush. But as we were working to create fried mush, he remembered a simple cornmeal mush that he’d often eat as a hot cereal in the morning. Cornmeal Mush vs. Polenta? Many times today this recipe is called cornmeal polenta.


A recipe ahead of its time! Are you looking for a breakfast menu item that is gluten-free, dairy free, and egg free? This may be a great option for you. While cornmeal mush has been associated with being a food of the poor when pan-fried cornmeal mush is a flavorful breakfast food. This is a warm breakfast will fill the bellies of your family.


No breakfast in Amish country is complete without a hearty helping of fried cornmeal mush. Most often eaten with syrup or sausage gravy, it's a simple, honest and economical dish that has long been a staple in Amish and Mennonite households. Humble Cornmeal Made with ground corn, mush was well-known on the American frontier. Corn…


Fried mush was a staple in our house when we were growing up. As I recall, it was often served for "supper," along with plenty of bacon and eggs and toast. I always felt sorry for Mother, who stood at the stove, frying away for all the rest of the family. She was the last to sit down and eat. You can buy this ready to fry in the