Mealie bread recipe with proper mealies?

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Picked my mealies to late - to hard to eat.

So I boiled them well in a pressure cooker, still hard so a striped them off the cob and minced them.

Anyone got a mealie bread recipe for this?
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Daai maak baie lekker mieliebom vir visvang dis al wat ek kan bylas :)
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Mon Feb 24, 2014 12:38 pm

Harold, try using an ordinary bread or beer bread recipe and just add two cups of the minced mielies. Increase the salt with a pinch and the sugar by a tablespoon. Add a bit of the liquid used, beer, water, milk or buttermilk to get a consistant texture to the original mixture. Let us know how it comes out. I don, t have a recipe offhand, but that is how I would go about it. Do a test run before making it for a housfull of invited guests. Good luck.
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