A keeper recipe. Unique in flavor, not too sweet yet has a natural, earthy sweetness-which is different. The pumpkin doesn't overpower the recipe at all. Though when you eat it on its own you notice it's got something in there. It still tastes like cornbread just with that subtle hint of natural-almost squash but nutty-flavor that if you don't know it's pumpkin you'll have a hard time placing. I used buckwheat flour to make this gluten free and frankly, couldn't taste it at all. I ate this with lentil stew and it handled well when wet and didn't turn to mush as soon as it hit the liquid. I actually made this to be used in gluten free cornbread dressing for Thanksgiving. Definitely try this out if you want something different but not too out there. Thanks sueb. A sure winner here.
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A keeper recipe. Unique in flavor, not too sweet yet has a natural, earthy sweetness-which is...