Hominy gives this bread it’s
Distinctive flavor. Like all
Spoon breads, it
Should be eaten very hot
With plenty of butter. Do
Try this one it will
Change your mind about grits
This recipe orignally appeared in The Carolina Housewife. The last
line in the recipe is taken verbatim from the orignal by the authors.
1 C Cooked hominy 2 T Butter 2 Eggs 1 C Milk 1/2 C Cornmeal 1/2 t
While hominy is hot, stir in the butter. Beat eggs until light and
add to hominy, then add milk. Stir in cornmeal and salt. This makes a
very thin batter. Pour into a deep, buttered pan and bake in a 375
degree F. oven for about 30 minutes (about 1 hour in a glass baking
dish). This will serve 6.
When baked, it has the appearance of a baked batter pudding, and when
rich and well mixed it has almost the delicacy of baked custard.
SOURCE: Two Hundred Years of Charleston Cooking Published in Early
American Life 8/93 POSTED BY: Jim Bodle 9/93