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Cornbread


a pan of jalapeno bacon grease cornbread


Smarthand sent me a picture of some cornbread that he made over Thanksgiving. He called it serrano onion garlic bacon grease cheddar cheese corn bread. I was pretty jealous, though my grandmother did teach me to make scratch biscuits over the holidays. 


Notice the jalapeno "X."

1 comment:

  1. This was pretty good. It was good but I will change something when I make it next time. My family likes cornbread recipe. I am not a fan of cornbread typically. But I like to cook it for my family. They like my cooking, that is the inspiration for me to make more recipes. I am always trying something different recipes at my home. Actually I did bacon cornbread some days before. My family and friends were like so much. They appreciate me for that recipe. My friends always request me to make that bacon corn bread when they come home. Now I wish to share that recipe with. You have to try this recipe, serve to your family. I am sure they will like it. At first you have make the batter, so that mix one and half cup cornmeal, one by three cup flour, two teaspoons of baking powder, one table spoon sugar and two teaspoon of red pepper flakes in a bowl and season. After that melt five and half tablespoons of butter in a saucepan, and then mix with two cups of buttermilk and three eggs. Pour into the dry items and mix until smooth. After that Fry the bacon in a dry frying pan for 3-4 minutes, stir it occasionally. Now add the one onion and 8 ounces corn and sauté for 3 minutes. Mix into the batter then pour into a greased ten inch spring form cake pan. Yet last sprinkle with two table spoons of parsley leaves and bake for 25 minutes. Now bacon cornbread is ready to serve. The bread is more cake like; the baking powder gives a great rise to the bread. I hope you will like this recipe. Please try this recipe and send me feedback. Thank you, best essay writing service


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