AsAlwaysEdward's Recipe Reviews
Posted 8/28/2012 9:48:32 AM
this is a really great recipe. Today is the first time I have used it. I'm serving a cajun dish, Red Beans and Rice, with poloski sausage, and you just have to have a good cornbread with this. It was easy to make, and when it came out of the oven it looked great. It's light, fluffy and the taste is great. I only did one thing different with this and I added honey, about a Tbsp worth. I find the honey holds the bread together better as well as gives it just a little sweeter taste without going overboard.
Posted 8/28/2012 9:25:21 AM
this has been a great banana bread recipe. I have adlibed it abit though. Instead of 3 or 4 banana's, I use 5. And instead of walnuts, I use pecans. Walnuts to me has a bit bitter, where pecans have a sweeter taste to them and I get a greater response of approval from those who try it. When cooking with splenda, using 5 bananas also hides any taste of the splenda, or makes it harder to detect. I have family members and friends who are diabetic and they love the sugar-free bread. Just a caution though, bananas have a high natural sugar content so the intake of the bread should be moderate,for the diabetic.
Posted 8/28/2012 9:11:13 AM
This has always been a favorite of mine. I improvise on it a bit. Instead of the dry mustard I use regular yellow mustard and I also add 2 tbsp of picklerelish to it. Everyone I have ever served it to has wanted the recipe and has really injoyed them.