8 Reviews

I thought that this recipe was great. It had all the right flavors the only thing I changed was the jalepenos I used green chilis instead.

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Heather Canada February 25, 2003

I've made this for a few years, and it is wonderful with tomato soup for a quick dinner. I omit the jalapeno for my wimpy guys. I use small pans so it's almost like a loaf. You can make this ahead without baking, freeze, then thaw and bake! I do this when I get the ingredients on sale -- two or three at once. Thanks for posting! The nutrition info is skewed, btw, so don't be scared; it makes 8 servings, you can rinse the sausage to get rid of fat and excess sodium, and cut back on the cheese if you wish.

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CheapThrills May 15, 2009

Wonderful!! I make this all the time now...and EVERYONE loves it! Comes out perfect and moist everytime. I like to add a little cheese to the batter, as well as spreading it over the meat. I also use ground turkey (I put a lot of seasoning on it while it's cooking) instead of sausage.

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cblpvanessag August 02, 2008

This recipe was dry and the cornbread overwhelmed the other ingredients. Took longer than 30 minutes to bake. Next time I will use same ingredients but only one box cornbread mix and an 8x8 pan.

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vfranc2 December 08, 2004

Very good. Took it to a Mexican party and had lots of requests for the recipe. Wondering when I can make it again.

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padreaming July 31, 2004

This is really good! I just happened to have 2 Jiffy cornbread mixes & a can of creamed corn (which I bought by accident a while back!) in my pantry. I made a few changes by leaving out the jalapenos (we don't care for them much); I also used Jimmy Dean reduced fat sausage to which I added the chopped onion & part of a can of leftover chopped mild green chiles. As that was cooking, I also added a few red pepper flakes, some Ancho chile powder & a little bit of red pepper powder. Very easy to put together, and very tasty -- even DH had two helpings (that hardly ever happens!!) He said it reminded him of a hot tamale. I served this with salsa & sour cream, and a green salad. I will make this again -- thanks for posting it, Vicki! -M :-)

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Mary Scheffert March 15, 2004

Delicious,my family and I really enjoyed this.It is very simple to make and I did not change a thing,except I did use some monteray jack pepper cheese with the cheddar.Yummy!

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@ngdarlen March 14, 2004

Perfect Mexican Cornbread! I only used about a tablespoon of the jalepenos and the rest I made up with mild green chilis because I was afraid it would be too hot/spicy for us. It really hit the spot...it was very moist and flavorful. Thank you so much for sharing this, Vicki! I can't wait to make it again. :-)

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Merlot July 25, 2003
Mexican Cornbread