does corn bread taste better when made in a cast iron skillet?
- JohnnieLv 73 weeks agoBest answer
If you have a good recipe for cornbread it doesn't matter what you bake it in.I like cast iron for baking myself.But I use many different pans.Cast iron does get to be heavy lifting.
- deniseLv 73 weeks ago
I does taste good done in a skillet.
- 3 weeks ago
NOt really - not to me
- GFHLv 43 weeks ago
Nope. The taste is identical, whether made in a pan or in a cast-iron skillet
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- tedLv 53 weeks ago
The taste is the same
- Mithter T-ReckthLv 63 weeks ago
Actually the opposite is true. A cast iron skillet tastes better when corn bread is made in it.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
It tastes the same.
However, the crust texture isn't quite as nice in a regular clear Pyrex dish.
I get just as nice a crust as cast iron when I use a properly greased heavy stoneware dish like Emile Henry. I actually prefer using the Emile Henry to my cast iron as it's a better size for the quantity of batter. My cast iron is a bit too large which results in a thinner cornbread.
- VAALv 43 weeks ago
I think so. I have had both and cast iron is old school which requires a couple more steps to be made from scratch and it is the best.