Cowboy Candy Cornbread. Check Out our Selection & Order Now. Free UK Delivery on Eligible Orders! Cowboy Candy Cornbread Claudia Sanders Good Intentions Culinary Services Chapel Hill, NC This gluten free cornbread is the recipe used in my Mississippi family for generations.
I added a kick with a local spicy pepper relish. Use full fat buttermilk and top quality white cornmeal! Cowboy Candy Cornbread Most of the ways to eat Cowboy Candy are fairly straightforward. You can have Cowboy Candy Cornbread using 6 ingredients and 1 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Cowboy Candy Cornbread
- You need 2 cups of full fat buttermilk.
- It’s 1 of large egg.
- You need 2 tablespoons of Valley Brook Farms LLC Cowboy Candy.
- Prepare 1 3/4 cups of white cornmeal.
- It’s 1 teaspoon of each salt, baking soda, baking powder.
- You need 2-3 teaspoons of bacon fat, vegetable oil, or ghee.
Either straight or as a simple garnish on a hot dog, hamburger, pizza, taco or cracker. But there's one recipe with southwestern origins that seems made for Cowboy Candy: cornbread. In cowboy cooking terms, like with this Cowboy Candy Corn Bread from Wendy of Sunchowder's Emporia, candy actually means spicy candied jalapeno peppers. Sweet and spicy, cowboy candy (also known as candied jalapenos) is the perfect condiment or dessert to enjoy whether you just finished wrangling cattle or grabbed a beer from the fridge.
Cowboy Candy Cornbread step by step
- Coat bottom and sides of 10 inch cast iron skillet with bacon (canola) oil and put in oven. Preheat to 450. – Whisk buttermilk & egg together. Add Cowboy Candy. Add cornmeal, whisking well. Add baking powder, soda and salt. – Take pan out and drip any oil into batter. Whisk to incorporate and then pour batter back into the hot skillet. It sizzles and smells amazing. – Bake at 450 for 15-20 minutes until golden brown. – Take out of oven and turn onto plate. Cut into wedges and enjoy..
Addictive and easy to make, it's no wonder these jalapenos are so popular to eat with cornbread, used as a topping for nachos, and mixed into cream cheese. In cowboy cooking terms, like with this Cowboy Candy Corn Bread from Wendy of Sunchowder's Emporia, candy actually means spicy candied jalapeno peppers. In another bowl, combine the eggs, butter and cream; stir into the dry ingredients just until moistened. The mix of savory cream cheese with the sweet jam-like flavor profile of cowboy candy is similar to the mix of flavors from pepper jam and cream cheese, which is a popular pairing. Serve cowboy candy and cream cheese on toast, pitas, or crackers.