Cowtown Candy Cornbread is especially tasteful because of the added goodness of the jalapeños, onion and garlic made in Cowtown Candy, a relish made from the base of Cowboy Candy®, handmade by the WHH Ranch Company.
Lord I was Born a Traveling Man
This weeks missive comes all the way from the emerald hued hills of Shelbyville, TN. I’m set up and rolling at the Tennesse Walking Horse National Celebration. And yes that is a mouthful.
Now to the business at hand. Some of you may have noticed that luscious looking yellow colored blessing on the left side of my plate. Or “yella-cullered” as my Uncle Buddy would say. That kids is CowTown Candy®️ Cornbread and it is some certainly tasty stuff. Not to mention real easy to make. It also just so happens to go great with Wild Bill’s Cowboy Stew.
Get your tongues ready ladies and gents!
What You Need:
- 2 pkgs. Cornbread Mix (Jiffy)
- 2 Eggs
- Sour Cream
- Fiesta Blend Cheese
- CowTown Candy®️
What You Do:
(To be sang to the tune of “I’ve Been Working on the Rail Road.”)
1) 🎶You should go and wash your hands now.
If you don’t that’s gross.
You should go and wash your hands now.
Don’t even make your toast.
Hand washing is a pleasure.
Better than FBI’s (Food Born Illness’)
It’s time to go and wash your hands now.
Hey I said that thrice.🎶
(You laugh but that’s probably going to be stuck in your head for the next week
2) Pre-heat your oven to 350°. In medium sized bowl dump the contents of 2 pkgs. of cornbread mix.
3) In a measuring cup add 1/4 of sour cream then add milk until you get to the 2/3rds mark. Add 2 eggs and whisk until everything is thoroughly combined.
4) Pour wet ingredients into cornbread mix and stir until thoroughly combined.
5) Empty your bowl into a well greased cake pan. I used about a 9”x9” glass cake pan. A good deep dish pie pan works quite well too. I grease every square inch of the interior of my pan with butter and then spray it with nonstick cooking spray. It works for me and I’ve never had any problems getting my cornbread out of the pan.
6) Bake at 350° for 30 minutes . Test with a toothpick. If it comes out clean you’re done. If it comes out wet (covered in cornbread) put it back in the oven for 5 minutes then repeat test. Repeat until the toothpick comes out clean.