How to Make Pioneer Woman Cornbread at Home

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Shuvait Thusoo
Shuvait has lived in Pune alone for 4 years while studying engineering. This was the time period when he explored the South Indian Cuisines and experienced different spices and realised the beauty of food. So he started cooking and fell in love with the craft of it. We can say that Shuvait is a foodie who loves to share his food life experiences and resources with our readers.

Hello guys, hope you all are fine and doing well. Today before I start talking about the recipe or anything, I am going to talk about a very famous personality of The United States who is known for her great cooking skills and not only that but she is a very famous food blogger, author and a prominent television star as well.

So do you guys have any clue, about whom am I talking about? I will give you all a hint in the upcoming lines so pay attention and tell me the name of that chef in the comments section below.

So, today we are going to make a very famous recipe of the chef whom I mentioned in the above lines. She has a mastery over this recipe and you won’t believe but this recipe is now recognized by her nickname.

The recipe that we are about to make or I would rather say bake is Pioneer Woman’s Cornbread. This recipe has its own delicacy and everyone loves to have this bread whether old or young.

Now without delaying much and wasting your valuable time, let’s start the preparation of this bread and know how it’s made. The ingredients will be the first step as you all know and here they are in the box below.

Ingredients for Pioneer Woman Cornbread

Yellow cornmeal1 cup
All-purpose flour½ cup
Salt1 tsp
Baking powder1 tsp
Buttermilk1 cup
Milk½ cup
Whole egg1 pc
Baking soda½ tsp
Shortening¼ cup and 2 tsp

The ingredients are common and you will easily find them in any grocery or supermarket store. This recipe surprisingly takes almost no time to get completed. You will be glad to know its actual time frame, so have a look.

How Much Time It Will Take?

Preparation timeCooking timeTotal time
5 minutes20 minutes25 minutes

Are you guys ready to make this bread now after knowing all the valuable data or information? Cool. So let’s make this and trust me, everyone in the house is going to love this cornbread after they will have a very first bite of it. Follow the steps to get a delicious Cornbread on your plate.

Pioneer Woman Cornbread Recipe

Pioneer Woman Cornbread recipe
  1. Take a large mixing bowl and add cornmeal, flour, salt and baking powder in it. Mix them well.
  2. In milk measuring mug add the milk along with the egg and beat them together, add some baking soda and pour this milk mixture in the dry ingredients and mix well.
  3. Melt ¼ shortening in a small bowl and add it into the batter that you made already. Mix them well until it gets combined.
  4. Add the remaining 2 tsp shortening and keep the pan over medium heat. The batter should make a sizzling sound.
  5. Let it cook for 1 minute and then you have to bake it for 20-25 minutes until it gets golden brown in color. Watch out for the crispy edges of it.

So finally you have made this Pioneer Woman’s Cornbread Recipe within some minutes and now you can enjoy this recipe with all your lovely friends and family. 

Nutritional Breakdown of Pioneer Woman Cornbread

This recipe is super healthy and no need to worry about its nutritional values. But for you knowledge, a complete nutritional breakdown of this recipe has been done in the table below.

Carbohydrates21 gm
Fat10 gm
Protein4 gm
Cholesterol49 mg
Sodium485 mg
Sugar2 gm

So are you ready to give this recipe a try at home? Do try it once and share your reviews. We welcome your thoughts and any other suggestions that you have regarding this recipe.

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