This is runny when poured into the pan, but it does stiffen up upon baking and is very moist-almost custard like on the bottom. I would omit the dill in the future, since I used dried dill and it just sat in a layer on top and the flavor was a bit overpowering. It isn't as sweet as other corn bread recipes. I enjoyed it (without the dill), but my husband and two children didn't care for it.
Shaker Corn Bread
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rookiecook Posted: 04/04/09
JimMarltonNJ Posted: 02/15/11
My wife and I each took one bite of this and unfortunately the rest went in the trash. The dill is very, VERY OVERPOWERING. I wouldn't make this again, however if I did I would leave out the dill.