Southern Corn Bread Dressing from Food.com: Me and a dear friend of mine who is no longer with us, made this dressing for 17 years at Thanksgiving. I still make it and it brings back wonderful memories of her and I laughing, chopping, mixing and tasting. This is a terrific recipe. Hope you make this recipe and make your own memories.
Grandma's Southern Cornbread Dressing on MyRecipeMagic.com: My grandmother often made this for my family at holidays and also just with good homemade meals. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have! These are the kind of recipes that memories are made of..
Grandma Griffin’s Cornbread Recipe 1 ½ cups Quaker white cornmeal 3 Tbs enriched flour 1 Teas salt 1 Teas baking soda 2 Cups buttermilk 1 Egg 2 Tbs bacon drippings Sift dry ingredients into bowl. Add buttermilk and beaten egg. Stir until combined. Melt drippings and mix it into the batter. Pour the batter into a greased hot cast iron skillet. Bake at 450°for 20-25 minutes. Cut into 8 slices.
Traditional Cornbread Dressing. Cajuns are never too many meals away from a hot iron skillet of homemade cornbread, but at Thanksgiving it is marvelously transformed into everyone's favorite dressing. Eat it with a little turkey giblet gravy or a dab of cranberry sauce. The one in this pic could use some browning on top but, C'est la pièce de résistance! #ultimatethanksgiving