Better than cornbread, so said my son, and everyone else loved this too! Served up a small helping on one side of the plate, a large serving of salad on the other side of the plate, placed sliced chicken breasts over the middle of the plate overlapping some of the tomalito and some of the salad, then topped all of that with: salsa verde, mexican styled carrots, jalapenos and onions like from restaurants, caramlzd onions, fresh sliced grn onions, tom's, chs etc/Made two batches, using less sugar for one batch, and more for the other batch. We preferred less sugar and, in our home, we do not consider this to be a dessert. STEAMED ONE BATCH, MICROWAVED THE OTHER -- FOR US, THE STEAMED BATCH WAS BY FAR THE BEST. It was more of a pudding texture - lighter and airier than cornbread, but still more of a pudding than a bread, while the zapped batch was very much more like a cornbread. Perhaps if we zapped it way less, it might still be a pudding?, but we only zapped this a total of 6 1/2 minutes? // We used a Dutch oven on the stove top - with a solid strainer overturned in the bottom of the Dutch oven in order to lift the casserole off the bottom of the pan. We put the pudding into a souffle dish and set it on the strainer; then covered with foil. We put in about 1" of water, checked halfway through and had to add more. There was time involved, but it was utterly lovely. Will try in a crockpot next time. I hope that works well too! Thanks Kirklands, for a great recipe!
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