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Navajo Roasted Blue Corn Mush - 20 oz

$10.00
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Blue corn mush has always been a staple in Native American culture. Traditionally, blue corn is ground into a fine cornmeal, roasted, and combined with juniper ash and water. The addition of juniper ash not only boosts the flavor of the cornmeal, but transforms the corn into a highly nutritional food source. Juniper ash helps to soften the outer shell of the corn and in turn, increases the amount of calcium niacin and Vitamin B3 that can be absorbed.


Blue corn mush is served hot and is similar in texture to Cream-of-Wheat or oatmeal. Our hand-blended Navajo blue corn mush contains juniper ash, smoked sea salt, and maple sugar. Serve it as is or add nuts, berries, and honey for a quick meal!

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Navajo Roasted Blue Corn Mush - 20 oz

Blue corn mush has always been a staple in Native American culture. Traditionally, blue corn is ground into a fine cornmeal, roasted, and combined with juniper ash and water. The addition of juniper ash not only boosts the flavor of the cornmeal, but transforms the corn into a highly nutritional food source. Juniper ash helps to soften the outer shell of the corn and in turn, increases the amount of calcium niacin and Vitamin B3 that can be absorbed.


Blue corn mush is served hot and is similar in texture to Cream-of-Wheat or oatmeal. Our hand-blended Navajo blue corn mush contains juniper ash, smoked sea salt, and maple sugar. Serve it as is or add nuts, berries, and honey for a quick meal!

Cooking Method

Blue Corn Mush: 

Enough for 4 small bowls

Make sure to read all steps prior to beginning recipe.


1 Cup Corn Mix

4 Cups water

Process:

  • Start by placing 4 cups of cold water into small stock pot. Place on stove and turn on to high heat. 

  • When the water reaches boiling point turn heat to medium and let simmer. 

  • Begin to slowly add 1 cup of blue corn mix while continuously whisking as to keep corn from clumping. (Note: take your time with this step) 

  • After all corn has been added to water turn down to medium low heat and allow to slowly thicken for several minutes while periodically whisking as to not burn. 

  • When blue corn has reached the desired thickness, turn off and remove from heat. (Note: Mush will thicken further after heat is off so stopping earlier is better. You can always cook further if necessary)

  • Serve in a bowl with honey, maple syrup, fresh berries, nuts or seeds. Get creative!

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E.H.
So good!

I love this blue corn mush. It’s so easy to make, and so warming and filling. Great product.

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C.T.
Yummy

So good, fresh ingredients. Great way to start the morning!!!

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