By 2Bleu on June 09, 2011
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"Like the California gold rush, cowboys ride like the wind to get to JJ's wild & crazy explosions of flavor in these corncakes. So git ya a big spoon and come dig in! You can use full flavored ingredients, we just tried to lower the calories/fat with some ingredients."
Serving Size: 1 (926 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Great and fun recipe! I used just a tiny bit of syrup and it was good with the salsa and sour cream topping for the corncakes. I think these would also be great with a fried egg on top. You could serve these for breakfast but for us they made a nice hearty dinner. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"These corncakes are great! My only complaint is I think it would be better to add the bacon, cheese and jalapenos to the batter and then put the batter on the griddle. I used Pepperjack cheese instead of the cheddar and jalapenos.....it was fabulous. Made for Please Review My recipe cooking tag game."
"I cut the recipe in half & served these for breakfast for the 2 of us! Also made the recipe pretty much as given & was pleasantly surprised that we both enjoyed these nicely unusual 'cakes very much! Certainly wouldn't mind making them for overnight guests sometime! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]"
"Wow, what a wonderful combination of taste and texture -- it's a breakfast experience to remember! I would tend to omit the maple syrup, but it adds the SWEET counterpoint, and how else would the cowboy get his lasso? I used condiment dishes to keep the crumbles from each piece of bacon separate. I also worked out that each cake gets 1 tablespoon of each topping (except 1 teaspoon of chopped jalapeno). Being a bit OCD and low in manual dexterity, I was challenged to add the filling ingredients before I needed to flip the cakes. This was not very spicy, so don't be afraid to try these. We were both stuffed after 2 cakes. We will make these again. Thanks for posting this exciting recipe, Lynnda! Made for Please Review My Recipe tag."