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Unread 12-10-2012, 06:49 PM   #1
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Question Looking for a Jalapeno Cornbread recipe

As the title states, I am looking for a Jalapeno Cornbread recipe. I know I could wing it but thought a tried and true winner might be out there already. What is your favorite jalapeno cornbread recipe? Thanks!
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I prefer to buy the boxed cornbread, mix to the directions, and add jalapenos and cheese. Always bake in a cast iron, but I warm it first on the stove.
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I use the recipe found in about.com for mexican corn bread but I don't like cream corn and substitute whole kernal corn. The small can is only about 6oz and some time I don't use all of that I add till it looks right to me. Also I leave out the cheese untill the cornbread is light brown then lightly sprinkle some cheese mix. Finally, I use only a dedicated Iron skillet. To this I add a tablespoon of bacon grease and place it in the oven while the oven come to temp. 350* then follow the rest of the directions. Use the toothpick test for doneness.
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I use the recipe found in about.com for mexican corn bread but I don't like cream corn and substitute whole kernal corn. The small can is only about 6oz and some time I don't use all of that I add till it looks right to me. Also I leave out the cheese untill the cornbread is light brown then lightly sprinkle some cheese mix. Finally, I use only a dedicated Iron skillet. To this I add a tablespoon of bacon grease and place it in the oven while the oven come to temp. 350* then follow the rest of the directions. Use the toothpick test for doneness.
Same here. I can make a meal out of this.
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Use this one EXACTLY as she states,just add some japs.I cooked 10 batches this past weekend.Outstanding.I am 50 and been eatin homemade cornbread all my life.This is the BEST I have tasted.Hands down.Use no substitutes.You MUST use CAST IRON to produce authentic cornbread! ( my opinion)

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I used Paula Dean's recipe on the foodnetwork and tossed in diced green chili's.
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Have you tried Guerry's recipe?

Two cups cornmeal.
One chopped jalapeno.
Twenty Five pounds of sugar.
Enough eggs to make it "goopy".
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Have you tried Guerry's recipe?

Two cups cornmeal.
One chopped jalapeno.
Twenty Five pounds of sugar.
Enough eggs to make it "goopy".
Yep, we all know how Guerry loves SWEET Ccornbread.
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This is the absolute best cornbread I have ever eaten. I make it all the time. It can be a little spicy because I use jalapenos instead of the green hatch chiles the recipe calls for, but being from Texas thats how I like it. My friends ask me to make it all the time.
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I use the recipe found in about.com for mexican corn bread but I don't like cream corn and substitute whole kernal corn. The small can is only about 6oz and some time I don't use all of that I add till it looks right to me. Also I leave out the cheese untill the cornbread is light brown then lightly sprinkle some cheese mix. Finally, I use only a dedicated Iron skillet. To this I add a tablespoon of bacon grease and place it in the oven while the oven come to temp. 350* then follow the rest of the directions. Use the toothpick test for doneness.
+1 on the Mexican cornbread.


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