How is cush made?
This Cajun Breakfast Cereal, known as Couche Couche, Cush Cush or Coush Coush, is made from a cornbread batter, poured into a hot, cast iron skillet, crusted and turned several times, then covered and steam cooked to finish and served with milk or cream.
What is cold couche couche?
Have you ever tasted cold couche-couche? It’s an old-time breakfast food, made by frying cornmeal and topping it with milk and/or cane syrup.
What is cornbread in milk called?
Also referred to as “crumble-in,” this hearty snack of cornbread doused in milk is beloved among communities in the Southern United States, stretching from Appalachian West Virginia to the heart of Texas.