Skillet Custard Corn Bread

At first I wasn’t sure if this is meant to be a sweet or savoury dish, but then I could not find corn meal, could only find a cornbread mix that was flavoured with cheese and peppers, so am going for savoury!

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The cornbread mix I managed to find did say to just add egg and buttermilk so was assuming it would easily replace the actual corn meal. I didn’t have enough buttermilk to make the whole lot, so I halved everything else and then had to try to find a small enough tin. The smallest square I have is a 6 inch so opted to use that and hope it worked out ok.

While the tin was in the oven with the butter I mixed the rest of the ingredients together..

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That was then poured into the hot tin and it starts to cook straightaway! I poured in the raining milk and did not stir that in as instructed..

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After 35 minutes it had risen slightly and was looking nicely browned on top..

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It was quite tricky to remove from the tin as it’s pretty soft. I was serving this hot which I’ve no idea if that’s what’s intended with this. So I eventually did manage to remove from the tin and cut into quarters..

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I couldn’t decide what to have this with and ended up serving it with a gammon steak which may seem weird but I actually thought it’s quite good! It’s really soft and I enjoyed the pepper and cheese flavour!!

I ended up having the left overs for lunch the next day and have to say it was even better!!

Would I make this again? Yes!

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