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Posted by on Jun 6, 2012 in Bread, Storybook | 1 comment

Aunt Pitty Patty’s old fashioned cornbread

Aunt Pitty Patty’s old fashioned cornbread

I checked out Aunt Pitty Patty’s Piggy couple of weeks ago.I noticed folksy English sketch and design inside the book,which i am easily drawn to.Story is about, Aunt Pitty Patty who went to the market with her niece Nelly and bought a pig.But pig was very very stubborn and will not buzz from its spot to move inside the gate.Nelly begged cow,dog,mouse,stick and fire but all was in -vain.Finally she was able to negotiate a deal  with farmer Brown.Action take by Nelly,results in succession of  chain reactions which ends up sending the stubborn pig inside the gate.In the end Nelly,farmer Brown and Aunt Pitty Patty enjoyed good dinner.Pleasantly enough,Aunt Pitty Patty shared her old fashioned cornbread recipe with rest of her readers.So we tried with little bit of improvisations.

Aunt Pitty Patty’s old fashioned cornbread

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Aunt Pitty Patty’s old fashioned cornbread


  1. 1 cup Floor
  2. 3/4 cup cornmeal
  3. 3 Teaspoons Baking Powder
  4. 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  5. 1/2 cup Sugar
  6. 1 Egg
  7. 1 cup milk
  8. 2 Tablespoons Butter + 2 Tablespoons for greasing the skillet(melted)
  9. 2 ears of fresh Corn on the cob or 3/4 cup frozen/canned corn


  1. Preheat the oven at 425 F.
  2. If using fresh corn on the cob,then separate the uncooked kernels from the cob,using sharp knife,in a cup.
  3. While oven is preheating,mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl,flour,cornmeal,baking powder,sugar,salt.
  4. In a separate bowl,beat egg.Add milk,sugar,butter to it.
  5. Mix dry ingredients to wet.
  6. Gently fold the corn to the mixture.
  7. Pour it in greased 9" cast iron skillet.
  8. Bake it for 20 mins.
  9. Enjoy !


I didn't had 9" cast iron skillet,so i used round metal baking pan.

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