from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Meal made from corn, used in a wide variety of foods. Also called Indian meal.
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- n. Dried corn (maize) milled (ground) to a coarse meal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. coarsely ground corn
My usual technique when I use a pan for baking pizza is to coat the top in cornmeal to help prevent sticking, so this is a nice inclusion.
Carp has to be pressure cooked because of the numerous small bones, but mixed with onions, and rolled in cornmeal, the patties ain't bad.
Salt pepper dredge in cornmeal and fry in hot oil.
Next add salt & pepper, dredge in cornmeal and fry until crispy brown.
She set them on the table, paused, then took a handful of cornmeal from the sack and added it.
Turn the heat up to medium high and place the trout that has been dredged in cornmeal into the skillet with the bacon grease.
When I was growing up I hated all seafood except the fish fry we had down south on the Gulf coast -- but you know anything tastes good breaded in cornmeal and deep fried.
I love cornbread and cornmeal is one of my favorite grains to work with.
The Black Klim is farthest ahead -- I had one green one, fried in cornmeal, for breakfast yesterday.
But no matter what you say, cornmeal is the key to hoecakes.
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