New York Style Cornbread from whole foods
Not one of the recipes discussed is what they use.
the ingredients per the label:
unbleached unbromated wheat flour
natural food starch
Now if we could only get the quantities
It really is the best I have tasted an no doubt this is a guarded recipe or they would lose mega bucks!
I hope we can get someone to chime in with the amount to use
Also, take note, no baking powder or milk used and NO SUGAR, the apple juice is what makes it sweet
Just an FYI: the recipe that the WF employee gave is close, except that his used milk and sugar and the ingredient list has what is effectively applesauce (apples, apple juice and water); in his ingredient list, "Easy Eggs" is simply trade name term for Papetti's egg whites.
The pastry flour in his ingredient list could be the wheat flour with food starch and fiber; his pastry flour might be composed of those two things.
I agree with you. My partner and I both feel that the cornbread from Whole Foods in Florida is the healthiest and most delicious one ever. It doesn't have egg yolks nor sugar. This is not the same cornbread sold in other Whole Foods across the US or in Canada. The batter is sent from a bakery in either Hallindale or Hollywood, Florida near Miami. They will not divulge the recipe and will not sell the batter in small batches to consumers (when I contacted them, they wanted to know how many pallets I wanted).
If you or anyone can figure it out, I'd love to know the recipe myself.