Recipe by AnniecatMT
"These are perfect for making 3 dozen mini muffins to take to a potluck. Basting the muffin tin with melted butter and dusting with cornmeal are an essential step to getting a marvelous crispy exterior to the muffins. To add more kick, do not seed the jalapenos and add an extra one."
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1 1/2 cups
finely shredded Cheddar cheese
canned jalapeno peppers - stems and seeds removed and peppers finely diced
butter, melted - divided
yellow cornmeal, or as needed - divided
I used buttermilk instead of regular milk and melted butter instead of vegetable oil. I had a 4 oz. can of mild diced chilies, I used half of that can in place of the canned whole jalapeno peppers. I could not find my mini muffin tins, I made 12 full sized muffins instead. Baked at 350*, they were done in just under 20 minutes. Very good cornbread recipe--very moist, lightly sweet, nice texture. We all really liked them.
I didn't have great success with this recipe, but I'm rating four stars anyway as I think some of the issues I had were mine = ) ...so consider this review just sharing my experience. The garlic was way too strong. I use granulated garlic, which I thought was the same as garlic powder, but maybe not; maybe this was the problem. Also, the cheese that was exposed on top of the muffins kinda burned by the time the muffins started to brown. Again, that could be me: my oven. But I really had a problem with the instructions. The description, the blurb at the top, says 'makes 3 dozen mini', as does the serving size. The ingredients say, for 1 T butter and 3 T cornmeal, used to prep the pans, 'divided'. Then Step 4 says 'brush 18 mini muffin cups'. I noticed that there were no instructions to use two pans, or bake one pan two times, but I, not being much of a baker, thot that the 1 cup flour would not yield enough to make 36, so I just prepped the pan for the 18. I ended up making 48. Granted, mini muffin tins may vary in size, but given the inconsistencies in the instructions, I think there was a failure in editing or proofreading. Not from the submitter, but from AR. This was kind of a mess as I like to mix the wet and dry ingredients and get them into the oven as soon as possible, because this is when the leavening starts working. More experienced bakers probably would have known better, but not me!!
I used jarred sliced jalapenos with seeds and some juice and followed directions. these smell terrific! the burn at the end melted my throat. I would cut back on the heat, I am a wuss about spicy food. the wife and daughters went YEHAW on these. I did make 12 large muffins and baked at 425 maybe 18 minutes. I did sub half and half for half the cow-juice. the vanilla is the secret ingredient here. perfect with any bland main course... soup, stew or a veggie dinner. thanks for posting, 5 thumbs high!
This is a Great Recipe! very moist Baked up Beautifully! I used this for a base to a casserole I made! (cornbread,bacon BBQ chicken casserole!)this recipe is THE BOMB!!! Thank you for sharing!!
I made these almost exactly as listed, except I had no vegetable oil on hand, only butter. I cut this recipe in half just to try them out. I really am enjoying them. They aren't too sweet or too spicy or too cheesey. I love the texture. I'm going to make these again for an upcoming pot luck. It won't matter to me if anyone else likes them, because I'll get to take them home. LOL. THANKS SO MUCH FOR SHARING.
Yummy! Goes great with homemade chili on a cold snowy night!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spicy Cornbread Mini-Muffins
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 35
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