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    COOLCATPANTHER
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    Have any of you ever made cornbread with stuff added besides what the recipe

    called for?



    I've added the obvious things like grated cheese and/or canned chopped green

    chilies -- and its turned out wonderful. Last week I added a can of corn

    (drained) and some chopped green onions -- again with good results.



    Right now I'm using up a box of "white" cornmeal. I happen to of added some

    flour that was half whole wheat and half regular -- cuz I mixed it while

    trying to eliminate extra containers on my counter. So the cornbread looks

    NOT yellow, but more beigey. Is beigey even a word? It has no effect on

    the taste that I noticed.



    So anyways, tonight I thought I'd try something different. Chopped an

    onion, added some garlic and a little oil to a pan. Then added some

    bitesize ham chunks that were frozen solid in a larger chunk. After the ham

    had thawed, the onions were partially cooked. I mixed in a bag of frozen

    corn, partially thawed from sitting on the counter for a few minutes. Then

    turned off the burner.



    Meanwhile, back at the ranch.......... I mixed a double batch of the

    cornbread as directed on the box. Also added a tablespoon or two of dry

    parsley.



    I divided the meat/onion/corn mixture from above in half, into two different

    9" by 13" baking pans. Poured half of the cornbread batter into each pan on

    top of the meat/onion/corn mixture. Both pans are now in the oven baking.



    Didn't intend to have two pans full when starting this experiment. However,

    it could be considered a complete meal since it has meat, veggie, and bread


    all in one. Or even if not, it will be for me!! Obviously this will last

    me 3-4 days. Gotta break out a few of my flat plastic containers with lids

    to store the leftovers in.



    So anyone want to know how it actually tastes when finished? How it looks?

    If it was edible at all?












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    catherine gillanders
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    sure-let us know-I'm always interested in cooking ideas to make life simple.

    Have a super day!!

     
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    Maria Jewlz
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    You've got me curious.... (even though I'm a vegetarian and wouldn't eat the ham - LOL)

    COOLCATPANTHER <coolcatpanther62@gmail.com> wrote: Have any of you ever made cornbread with stuff added besides what the recipe
    called for?

    I've added the obvious things like grated cheese and/or canned chopped green
    chilies -- and its turned out wonderful. Last week I added a can of corn
    (drained) and some chopped green onions -- again
    with good results.

    Right now I'm using up a box of "white" cornmeal. I happen to of added some
    flour that was half whole wheat and half regular -- cuz I mixed it while
    trying to eliminate extra containers on my counter. So the cornbread looks
    NOT yellow, but more beigey. Is beigey even a word? It has no effect on
    the taste that I noticed.

    So anyways, tonight I thought I'd try something different. Chopped an
    onion, added some garlic and a little oil to a pan. Then added some
    bitesize ham chunks that were frozen solid in a larger chunk. After the ham
    had thawed, the onions were partially cooked. I mixed in a bag of frozen
    corn, partially thawed from sitting on the counter for a few minutes. Then
    turned off the burner.

    Meanwhile, back at the ranch.......... I mixed a double batch of the
    cornbread as directed on the box. Also added a tablespoon or two of dry
    parsley.

    I divided the meat/onion/corn
    mixture from above in half, into two different
    9" by 13" baking pans. Poured half of the cornbread batter into each pan on
    top of the meat/onion/corn mixture. Both pans are now in the oven baking.

    Didn't intend to have two pans full when starting this experiment. However,
    it could be considered a complete meal since it has meat, veggie, and bread
    all in one. Or even if not, it will be for me!! Obviously this will last
    me 3-4 days. Gotta break out a few of my flat plastic containers with lids
    to store the leftovers in.

    So anyone want to know how it actually tastes when finished? How it looks?
    If it was edible at all?




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    mtmay@gvtc.com
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    I know there are some great bakers on this site, so I need some help!

    My kids are addicted to the Oatmeal chocolate chip breakfast cookies

    so I'd like to make my own. I need a TNT soft-baked oatmeal cookie. My

    oatmeal cookies are OK but they are small and stay "mounded" up. They

    certainly don't have that great, big soft cookie taste & feel.



    Any recipes out there?



    Thanks,

    Emily










 

 

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