Stuffed/Mexican Cornbread

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chilerelleno

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Made a nice, extra large, Stuffed Cornbread aka Mexican Cornbread.

Preheat oven to 400'F

Triple standard recipe of cornbread batter, careful not to over mix it.
Add in 1 15oz can whole kernel sweet corn and two 7oz cans of diced Green Chiles added to batter.

Brown 2# of hamburger and 1# of Chorizo together
Halfway through add
1 large onion, chopped
1 7oz can diced Green Chiles
1 15oz can Black Beans
1 10oz can Rotel, cilantro/lime, chile fixins or hot
2t Cumin and Oregano

Grease an extra large disposable aluminum pan, e.g. 13x10x2 or similar, I like WallyWorld's extra large Lasagna pans.
Grease pan with whatever you like, I use bacon grease for added flavor.

Cover bottom of pan with half the batter
Evenly layer meat mixture
Add a thick layer of shredded cheese
Cover with rest of batter

Bake 45 mins, pull add cheese to top, return and bake another 15 minutes



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pc farmer

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Looks great.

I need to find a corn bread recipe that doesn't use eggs.
 

chilerelleno

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I love cornbread & yours looks fantastic!

Great job!

Al
Thanks Al.
WOW.....that looks amazing!!!
Appreciate it Sauced.
Indeed!
That SHALL be made soon! Looks amazing from here and I want to make this asap.

POINT for sure!
Make it, it is every bit as good as it looks!
Thanks for the Point.
Looks great.


I need to find a corn bread recipe that doesn't use eggs.
Thanks for the compliment and Point.
Looks tasty, I could see this in muffin form as well.
It is indeed just as tasty in muffin form, you'll love them.
 

dirtsailor2003

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Yum! Looks tasty! I make a similar dish in the DO when camping. Always a good option to warn the belly when its cold!

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dward51

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This looks like a winner!!!!  Saving to the recipe collection and will probably make it for an office function next month.  Thanks!
 

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