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I didn't want to add this to the 7 pages of microwave bread responses that were already posted. But I wondered if anyone has ever thought to experiment with the microwave bread recipe and make and invididual corn bread recipe?

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I just tried this idea thanks for posting it.

Used:

1 large egg

2 T. cornmeal

2 T. premixed microwave bread/bun flour mix (mine has sorghum, nut flours)

1 pinch xanthan gum (just incase but will leave it out next time)

1 pinch sugar (my flour mix has less sugar than the recipe)

mix and cooked it 1 minute

Results:

tastes good

slices well

a little dry, I would suggest trying 1 tsp. oil

turns out just like the microwave bread

I tried gluten-free cornbread once but I think this tastes better

had mine with butter and strawberry jam

you could divide it into 2 smaller bowls, then serve with chili or soups for 2 people

so easy to make more...lol!

Any more experiments out there???

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Yes I have tried this too. However I don't recall how much of what used. I think I took the total dry ingredients(flours/meal) and used 1/2 corn meal and 1/2 sorghum flour. I did add a little canola oil because it was dry. I really just don't remember I may have used 3 tbsp cornmeal to 1 tbsp sorghum. I know I made it two different ways and did not write it down. It was good.

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Yes I have tried this too. However I don't recall how much of what used. I think I took the total dry ingredients(flours/meal) and used 1/2 corn meal and 1/2 sorghum flour. I did add a little canola oil because it was dry. I really just don't remember I may have used 3 tbsp cornmeal to 1 tbsp sorghum. I know I made it two different ways and did not write it down. It was good.

I thought about trying the 3T to 1T next time too, to make it more "cornbready" tasting.

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