Jalapeno Corn Bread

Discussion in 'Pastries & Baking' started by chef david simpson, Nov 16, 2000.

  1. chef david simpson

    chef david simpson

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    There must be thousands of ways to make Corn bread. What's your favourate way? My way is as fallows;

    2 boxes corn bread mix
    2 eggs
    2/3 cup buttermilk
    1/3 cup canned cream corn
    2 teaspoons fresh garlic
    2 jalapeno peppers finely chopped
    1/2 cup onion chopped
    1/2 green onion chopped
    1/4 cup pimiento chopped
    1/2 teaspoon chile flakes
    1/2 teaspoon salt

    Follow and prepare according to instructions on the corn bread box.

    You could serve a portion of chicken ceole or shrimp gumbo on top of some the corn bread.
     
  2. shroomgirl

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    I use yogurt
    sometimes sharp cheddar

    you can hollow out muffins and make a dressing with crawfish/shrimp tomatoes, garlic, onions, etc....and crumbled corn bread guts rebake pretty good...great app.
     
  3. mudbug

    mudbug

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    Another version of...

    Jalepeno Corn Bread that get's eaten up.

    Ingredients
    3 C corn meal
    1.5 C cheddar cheese
    .5 C corn or vegetable oil
    2.5 C milk
    1 large onion, grated
    3 eggs, beaten
    3 tbsp. sugar
    1 cup cream-style corn (or more if you like)
    .5 cup jalapeno peppers, chopped (or more if you like it a bit hotter)
    dash of garlic powder (optional)

    Directions
    Place corn meal and sugar in large mixing bowl. Add milk and stir until well-mixed (batter will be almost runny). In separate bowl, combine onions, jalapenos, eggs, corn and oil. Combine well, then pour into the milk mixture and stir together. Add cheese. Batter will still be thin.

    Pour into greased 9" x 15" pan, and bake at 450° for 45 minutes.

    Hint: spray the pan with cooking spray rather than grease the pan.

    Serving Suggestions
    This is very good when served with chili, soups or stews on chilly winter days. My family likes it year round, however!

    [This message has been edited by cchiu (edited 11-22-2000).]
     
  4. unichef

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  5. momoreg

    momoreg

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    cchiu,

    What do the asterisks mean?
     
  6. mudbug

    mudbug

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    Thanks for pointing that out, fixed it!
     
  7. momoreg

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    Thanks! I'll try it one of these days..