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Corn cookie

Corn cookie
Perkedel Djagoeng / Pergedel Jagung
Perkedel Djagoeng (Netherlands) or Pergedel Jagung (Indonesia) – a type of corn cookie or fritter.
Type Sugar cookie
Place of origin United States
Main ingredients Cornmeal, maize products
Cookbook:Corn cookie 

A corn cookie (or maize cookie) is a type of cookie prepared with corn products. In the United States, it is a type of sugar cookie. Rather than wheat flour, which is commonly used in the preparation of cookies, the corn cookie takes its color and flavor from corn products[1] such as cornmeal.[2]

Like their traditional counterparts, corn cookies are often flavored with various other herbs, spices, and fruits including lemon verbena, apricot, and rosemary.[3] In addition to baking, corn cookies are also be prepared by using batter for making cornbread and cooking it on a hot griddle.[4]

Corn cookies have been prepared by the Sioux Indians in South Dakota due to the abundance of corn in that state.[5]

See also


  1. ^ Richard, Michel; Kaminsky, Peter (2010). Sweet Magic: Easy Recipes for Delectable Desserts.  
  2. ^ Suszko, Marilou K. (2007). Farms & Foods of Ohio: From Garden Gate to Dinner Plate. Hippocrene Books. p. 217.  
  3. ^ Hochstat, Jon (June 26, 2009). "F4tT: Corn Cookie @ Momofuko Milk Bar". Glide Magazine. Retrieved November 30, 2012. 
  4. ^ Balch, William Ralston (1883). The People's dictionary and every-day encyclopedia. Thayer, Merriam. p. 827. Retrieved November 2012. 
  5. ^ Gallopade International. The Mystery at Mount Rushmore Teacher's Guide. Gallopade International. p. 19.  

Further reading

  • Webber, Carolyn Putnam (1918). Two Hundred and Seventy-five War-time Recipes. Bedford print shop. Retrieved November 2012. 
  • Howard, Jane Grant Gilmore; Brobeck, Florence (1913). Fifty years in a Maryland kitchen. Norman, Remington Co. p. 254. Retrieved November 2012. 
  • Li, Jian (August 14, 2009). "Total anthocyanin and dietary fiber contents in blue corn cookies as affected by ingredients and oven types". (Abstract of a Dissertion). K-REx: K-State Research Exchange (Kansas State University). Retrieved November 30, 2012. 

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