Johnnycake 2 Recipe

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Type: Johnnycake 2 Free Cooking Recipe – Bread

This is a good one!

Ingredients / Directions
2 cup(s)s warm skim milk
or whole milk
1 cake compressed yeast
? pound sifted bread flour
or Graham that is real wheat meal
1 egg
1/3 cup(s) warm milk
2/3 cup(s) sugar
2/3 cup(s) of a lardlike vegetable shortening
4 teaspoons salt
2? cup(s)s cornmeal To prepare this Johnnycake Recipe 2
first make a sponge of the first three ingredients. Cream together the shortening
and egg
and add to the sponge after it has become light. Also add the milk
and cornmeal
and beat well together. This should make a thick batter. Spread in an oiled pan in which it will be about three-fourths inch thick (a pan 8 x 12 inches is about the right size). Set in a warm place
and allow it to rise about one-eighth inch
not more
then bake.

the sponge for this johnnycake may be set at night
using one-fourth yeast cake.

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