Navajo Blue Corn Pancakes


Mix for making blue-corn pancakes. Add egg; water or milk; and oil or butter.


History of Blue Corn: Blue corn has been traditionally grown and used as a staple crop in diets for centuries by the peoples of the Southwest. It continues to be an important part of the diet for the Native people today. Until recently, the Native Americans would hand-grind their corn with a grinding stone. They use the blue corn in stews, corn mush, a variety of breads, and pancakes.  The pancakes are enjoyed as a meal or snack any time of the day. Often, ash from a burnt cedar log is added to the blue corn meal to enhance the flavor and nutrition. Blue Corn is a variety of Indian corn that has a blue kernel and grown across the arid Southwestern deserts.

Ingredients: Whole grain blue cornmeal, enriched flour (bleached wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, ribofla-vin), sugar, baking powder (corn starch, bicarbonate of soda, sodium aluminum sulfate, acid phosphate of calcium), salt.

Contains: Wheat.

Net weight: Add egg; milk or water; and oil or butter. Manufactured in Gallup, NM 87301.
Weight1 lbs

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