Cornbread Recipe - How to Make Cornbread Super Moist in a Pressure Cooker

Cornbread Recipe - How to Make Cornbread Super Moist in a Pressure Cooker

This is a northern style sweet cornbread recipe cooked in a pressure cooker for super moist restaurant like deliciousness. Northern style recipe with Southern style music by Kevin MacLeod. :~D

You don't really save much time using a pressure cooker, but this cornbread is the most moist I have ever had at home.

Full written recipe should be up later today: http://www.pressurecookerdiaries.com

Using a pressure cooker to bake requires using a Pan in Pot (PIP) method. First you mix the batter, then you cover it, and place it inside the pressure cooker with a little bit of water. The steam and heat from the cooker bakes the cornbread in the internal pan.

Even cooking under pressure, the cornbread rises. It comes out dense, sweet, and extremely moist.

Make sure you allow the bread to cool 5 minutes after you take the pan out to ensure it is fully set.

Music: "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod
Creative Commons
http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_MacLeod/Blues_Sampler/Slow_Burn

More episodes of Pressure Cooker Diaries

Featured episodes in Food & Drink

Pressure Cooker Diaries

Learn about pressure cooking and real food recipes without falling asleep! Good food can be fast. Good food can be easy. There are many benefits to pressure cooking: the time savings, the taste, a step towards self-reliance, sustainability... but the real benefit is in what we learn as we redefine our relationship with food.