|Proof of the Pudding|
|by Phil Vickery|
A definitive collection by a young Michelin-starred chef who is passionate about puddings.
Results 1 - 10 of 11 for leftover cornbread
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Note: Don't use sweet cornbread mix - use ... crumble up the leftover cornbread and add ... the top is brown. It is so good if it's a bit crispy on top!
In greased casserole ... up ahead of time. It freezes well. You can use any kind of leftover meats; like beef, ham, etc. You can use soups of your choice.
Mix stuffing mix and melted butter. Place 1/2 in greased casserole dish. Place turkey over stuffing mixture. Blend soups and broths; pour over ...
Layer in casserole dish and heat thoroughly. Top with grated cheese and serve.
Combine all ingredients. Put in greased pan. Cook at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
Bring chicken to ... Break up your leftover cornbread and white bread ... 350 degree oven for 30 minutes, or cook in crock pot and keep warm for serving.
Mix together chicken or turkey, sour cream, soup and pour into a greased baking dish. Combine stuffing, onion, broth and poultry seasoning. Spread ...
Cook cornbread according to recipe ... seasonings may be added. Hint: Cook cornbread day before. Add onion (and celery) to cornbread mix and cook with bread.
Crumble bread in large bowl. Add onion, celery and seasonings. Add hot broth to make soft mixture. Mix well. Add butter and milk. Mixture should be ...
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Beat eggs and oil lightly. Add the rest of the ingredients. Mix lightly (don't over mix). Pour into greased pan and bake ...
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