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Fried Corn Dodgers
This is a popular dish especially in the south. Making it is very easy and you can do it any time you wish
2 cups Corn Meal
2 tsp. Baking Powder
1/2 cup sugar
1/3 cup white flour.
1 tsp. salt.
Water as needed.
2 tbsp lard
In a mixing bowl add two cups of white corn meal, one and a half teaspoon of baking powder, 1/3 cups of self rising flour, half a cup of sugar and salt to taste. To it add warm water slowly until the dough gets a consistency of cake batter. You may need around two or three cups of water to reach the consistency.
Heat lard in skillit until a drop of water sizzles.
Spoon batter into skillet in small cakes and fry. Cook on both sides, until brown. Remove to a warm plate and fry more, adding more lard if needed.
For Hush-Puppies (Another popular Southern Soul Food
Grate 1 medium onion and add to the batter while mixing in water.