Sage and Honey Skillet Cornbread

7 Nov

Sage and Honey Skillet Cornbread is always a big hit and never lets me down.  Sage adds a subtle herb flavor that works with the sweetness of the honey.

Sage and Honey Skillet Cornbread is a recipe that I have been making for a while now, it is always a big hit and never lets me down.  Cornbread is a simple dish that is found at holiday tables everywhere, this recipe makes it extraordinary.  Sage adds a subtle herb flavor that works so well with the slight sweetness of the cornmeal and the honey.  Sage and Honey Skillet Cornbread is super moist, and holds together better than any other cornbread I have every had before.

You can use any type of honey you want, but I like to use a wildflower honey.  Recently, I entered a contest on Foodie Blogroll to win two jars of Raw Adirondack Wildflower Honey from Mohawk Valley Trading Co., and I actually won!  I received my two jars wildflower honey, one is a summer honey, the other is an autumn honey.  Since it is November, I decided to use the autumn honey in my cornbread.  This worked out amazingly well, providing a very smooth sweetness that is not overpowering in the bread.  I have also used clover honey before and that works out just fine as well.

When you serve Sage and Honey Cornbread this season, be prepared for recipe requests.  Everyone loves this bread, and it goes so well with turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, or all by itself.


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