Was really quite good and so easy to make - the 5 minute prep time is accurate (as is the 45minute baking time). My friends ate it up (although they will eat anything). I think It really turns out (at least mine did) more like a corn pudding or spoon bread - it is indeed very moist. I think next time I would do with a combo of fresh and creamed corn. I think it also needed some cumin
Made this in my mini muffin tin cooked at the same temp for 18 minutes. great as an appetizer with a little sour cream mixed with Taco Seasoning to top it off.....off the charts
Excellent recipe - easy to do and flipped out of my baking pan slick as could be. Very very tasty - love the contrast between the sweetness of the bread with little tiny kicks of jalapeno now and then. I'd used a can of chopped green chili's along with some chopped jalapeno's in a jar. Very tasty. I can't get store bought cornbread mixes up here so used Paula G's Cornbread Mix (Cornbread Mix) and highly recommend it. And if I might add....this is the ONLY way to eat canned creamed corn.....
I used three boxes jiffy mix, added a can of mexican corn, drained (corn with red and green peppers). I used 2% milk , only 2 cups and added a spoonful of heavy sour cream. I used fresh jalepenos and a little bacon ( 4 slices crumbled). It was awewsome!
Very good! I loved the taste of the jalapenos in it. It was a very moist corn bread without crumbling.
This is very, very good cornbread! We had this with chicken-corn chowder. I made mine into muffins, though, as Mark didn't want jalapenos. So I made half the batch without. This made 12 nice-sized muffins. Thank you for the great recipe! :)
Great recipe. Let it cool for at least a couple hours before serving if you want to eat this with your hands. I mixed up some honey butter to spread on top for some added lusciousness.
I've been doing this recipe for about 4 or 5 years now. I just use martha white sweet or jiffy. Just add creamed corn, diced jalapenos, eggs, and cheese. I cook it 5 degrees cooler, but let it cook longer. I used to cook it in my cast iron, but it's just as easy in a disposable aluminum pan; I just coat the pan with butter before I put the mix in. Folks go slap stupid for it. I put it into a fund raiser bake auction last year and it only made $5. This year it went for $40!
Excellent!! was best I've ever had and I've eating a lot, very moist, nice jalapeno flavor! I made pinto beans with bacon to go along with it and WOW what a perfect combination