Definition of corn dodger in English:

corn dodger

Syllabification: corn dodg·er

noun

US
1A small, hard fried or baked cornmeal cake.
More example sentences
  • Remove the corn dodgers and let cool on a paper towel, spread with a little butter or molasses, and you have a real southern treat
  • Also called johnny cake or journey cake, hoe cake, ash cake, bannock, griddle cake and corn dodger, these were the common breads.
  • In some parts of the South, these corn sticks are known as corn pone; in other parts, corn dodgers.
1.1A boiled cornmeal dumpling.
More example sentences
  • Corn pone was made in a covered pan or oven, Johnny cake was baked on a board in front of the fire, and corn dodgers made into balls and cooked.
  • It would be better, methinks, to have real deep-fried cornydogs to go with the corn dodgers.
  • Variations include corn dodgers, dropped into the hot ‘pot liquor’ left over from cooking turnip greens, and hushpuppies, mixed with onion and deep fried.

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