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Chipotle Cornbread

Chipotle Cornbread created by Lavender Lynn

I have been making cornbread for years and came across this recipe in a back issue of Food and Wine magazine. It is the best corn bread I have ever had.

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  • Mix togeather all dry ingredients, and mix together all wet ingredients.
  • Fold the wet ingredients into the dry until mixed. (do not beat, as this caused the corn bread to be not so light and fluffy).
  • Place a corn skillet or cast iron fry pan into a hot (450) oven for 5 mins then remove and brush with oil.
  • Quickly add mixture into pan and cook for 20 to 25 minutes WOW!
  • Hope you like it.
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"I have been making cornbread for years and came across this recipe in a back issue of Food and Wine magazine. It is the best corn bread I have ever had."
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  1. sugarpea
    You're right, TJW, this is a great cornbread. I had to add a bit more sugar, Yankee that I am. I didn't read carefully so I put the oil in the cast iron skillet before I put the pan in the oven. I know it makes a crunchy crust. 27* recipe, TJW.
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  2. Lavender Lynn
    Chipotle Cornbread Created by Lavender Lynn
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  3. Lavender Lynn
    We didn't manage light and fluffy (probably let the batter sit too long while preheating the pan), but we did get a hearty, tasty "Tex-Mex" cornbread treat featuring the spicy, smoky chipotle peppers. Too spicy for Lavender Lynn but delightful to the DH, this will be best enjoyed with a glass of milk or a cold beer handy. Cornbread baked in a cast-iron skillet has a certain style to it, and we might take it to the table in the pan.
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  4. TJW2725
    I have been making cornbread for years and came across this recipe in a back issue of Food and Wine magazine. It is the best corn bread I have ever had.
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