These fritters are especially delicious with the juice from a pork or beef roast, but just as good a side dish to any meal. If desired, they can be made without the grated cheese. This recipe makes alot of fritters, but they freeze excellent, although I doubt if there will be any leftovers, these are so delicious! Cooking time is for each fritter, and is only approximate, it depends on the size of the fritters.
From the Food Network, Emeril Lagasse show. This has a wonderful flavor and last the two of us for days. The only change I made was to spray my pan with Pam.I found the muffins tend to stick to the pan with the butter.
Bits of sweet red pepper make these muffins so pretty and the buttermilk adds flavour without fat. You can substitute jarred pimiento or roasted red pepper if you like but drain them well and pat dry. Adapted from Gourmet magazine.
These are yummy, no cheese in this one but the honey or maple butter fits perfectly here, even with the jalapeño. Recipe makes 8 muffins so for small families it wont be to much. Just double the amounts for more. From TOH
Yet another recipe from Charleston Receipts cook book! These guys are awesome, and so southern. We pop em in the mouth with when we have barbecues, and find that they are a great accompaniment for the cooked pig.
This recipe is the original recipe from the great Redstone restaurant in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They are well known for their delicious cornbread and Maple Butter. Absolutely the best cornbread you'll ever taste!!!
I found this in Midwest Living magazine. Two additional, simple, ingredients transform a plain box of corn muffin mix into bread that has a smoky, savory flavor and the bread stays together better...no crumbling! This is very quick and easy, my favorite type of recipe!
I cannot remember where this came from, but it has always been a favorite. A little difficult and it makes a large amount. But that makes it perfect for pot-lucks or family gatherings. It is a meal all by its self. Very much worth the time.