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Jalapeno Cornbread

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Jalapeno Cornbread #ad #Pricessouthernstyle

We’re in the full Christmas holiday swing!  Parties, cookies, snacks, and spending extra time with family and friends…which is one reason we need cookies and snacks!  

Needing a “finger food” for our church Christmas party and wanting to make something new (and easy) I decided to make pinwheels.   In Texas, we love anything wrapped in a tortilla and to give it a little extra southern flare I picked up some ham and Price*s® pimiento cheese @Walmart (in the refrigerated section near the cream cheese).

For those who may not be familiar, pimiento cheese is a traditional southern spread made with cheddar cheese, diced pimientos and a little mayo to hold it all together.  Folks in the south have been eating it for generations.   You might even say it’s the “caviar” of the south.  It’s served with crackers, on celery, sometimes used in recipes (like today’s Jalapeno Cornbread) but most often it’s just spread between a couple of pieces of white bread and eaten as a sandwich.

Before I could make either the Ham and Pimiento Cheese Pinwheels or the Jalapeno Cornbread (with Pimiento and Bacon) I caught my husband as he was on his way out the door to work one morning with a tube of crackers in one hand and a tub of Price*s® in the other!  He had tried it the night before and decided a little pimiento cheese and crackers would make a great lunch.  He had to find something else.  

A few days later, my in-laws arrived home from an extended stay in Spain.  They missed American food terrible so she was excited to see we had pimiento cheese.  By this time all the recipes had been made and she enjoyed a sandwich for lunch.  She said Price*s® was the best store-bought pimiento cheese she’d had.  It was so good it reminded her of her grandmother’s homemade recipe.  That’s saying something!  

Price*s® Original and Spicy Jalapeño is available exclusively in select Texas Walmart stores.  Check this store locator to see if it’s available in your area.  

Here’s the Recipes:

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Ham and Pimiento Cheese Pinwheels

  • large flour tortillas
  • Price*s Original Southern Style Pimiento Cheese
  • fresh spinach leaves (washed, patted dry and de-stemmed)
  • deli ham

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Spread one side of tortilla with pimiento cheese, all the way to the edge

Top with spinach, stopping short of far edge

Next, add ham slices again stopping short of far edge

Roll tightly allowing the cheese spread to help “seal” the edge

Cut into 1 inch slices and arrange on serving platter

Jalapeno Cornbread (with Pimiento and Bacon)

  • 1 1/2 cup self-rising cornmeal
  • 1/2 cup self-rising flour
  • 1 cup buttermilk
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1-2 Tbsp sugar
  • 1/4 cup bacon dripping
  • 1/2 cup Price*s Spicy Jalapeno Pimiento Cheese
  • 3/4 cup Great Value Colby Jack cheese
  • 6-8 slices Great Value Bacon (cooked and crumbled)
  • Optional: for more spice add diced jarred jalapeno peppers

 

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Place bacon drippings in cast iron skillet and place in oven

Preheat to 375, allowing skillet and bacon drippings to heat with oven

Meanwhile, mix together flour, cornmeal and sugar

Add milks and egg

Stir together until blended

Add pimiento cheese and stir until combined

Add Colby Jack cheese and bacon mixing just until incorporated

Be careful not to overmix batter

When oven is hot, remove skillet and pour in batter (Bacon drippings can be mixed in but it’s not necessary

*This allow cornbread to have a nice crispy outside*

Bake at 375 about 30-40 minutes or until golden brown 

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What’s your favorite way to eat pimiento cheese?

Ham and Pimiento Cheese Pinwheels
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Ingredients
  1. large flour tortillas
  2. Price*s Original Southern Style Pimiento Cheese
  3. fresh spinach leaves (washed, patted dry and de-stemmed)
  4. deli ham
Instructions
  1. Spread one side of tortilla with pimiento cheese, all the way to the edge
  2. Top with spinach, stopping short of far edge
  3. Next, add ham slices again stopping short of far edge
  4. Roll tightly allowing the cheese spread to help “seal” the edge
  5. Cut into 1 inch slices and arrange on serving platter
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Jalapeno Cornbread
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Ingredients
  1. 1 1/2 cup self-rising cornmeal
  2. 1/2 cup self-rising flour
  3. 1 cup buttermilk
  4. 1/2 cup milk
  5. 1 egg
  6. 1-2 Tbsp sugar
  7. 1/4 cup bacon dripping
  8. 1/2 cup Price*s Spicy Jalapeno Pimiento Cheese
  9. 3/4 cup Great Value Colby Jack cheese
  10. 6-8 slices Great Value Bacon (cooked and crumbled)
  11. Optional: for more spice add diced jarred jalapeno peppers
Instructions
  1. Place bacon drippings in cast iron skillet and place in oven
  2. Preheat to 375, allowing skillet and bacon drippings to heat with oven
  3. Meanwhile, mix together flour, cornmeal and sugar
  4. Add milks and egg
  5. Stir together until blended
  6. Add pimiento cheese and stir until combined
  7. Add Colby Jack cheese and bacon mixing just until incorproated
  8. Be careful not to overmix batter
  9. When oven is hot, remove skillet and pour in batter (Bacon drippings can be mixed in but it’s not necessary
  10. *This allow cornbread to have a nice crispy outside*
  11. Bake at 375 about 30-40 minutes or until golden brown
O Taste and See http://otasteandseeblog.com/

 

 

 

1 Response

  1. The crazy thing is I didn’t even like pimiento cheese but I figured I hadn’t tried it in probably 30 years, I’ll just taste it again to confirm that I don’t like it … but it was good. Now, I’m thinking I’m going to buy some more, especially the jalapeno.

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