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Thread: Squash Cornbread

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    Squash Cornbread

    Since everyone is always over run with squash during the summer months, I thought I'd share my recipe for a wonderful way to utilize some of that extra yellow crookneck or straight neck squash.

    Squash Cornbread
    I box Jiffy corn muffin mix
    1 package Mexican cornbread mix
    1 cup chopped onions
    1/4 cup chopped bell pepper
    12 oz of cheddar or jack cheese
    2 cups of boiled (till tender) squash, drained
    2 eggs
    Enough milk to make a nice batter Bake at 350 degrees until the top begins to brown slightly.

    Enjoy!! It is great!
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    Sounds yummy to me!

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    looking forward to trying it.

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    woman this sounds great. but i live in the sticks. we dont have mexican corn bread mix. hell i aint never heard of such a thing! im lucky we have jiffy! but thank you very much, it sounds great! ill try it when i come visit!
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    Sounds great and a good way to use up alllll that squash - it seems like that is the only veg. that I can grow1111111111111111

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    Quote Originally Posted by terri bb View Post
    woman this sounds great. but i live in the sticks. we dont have mexican corn bread mix. hell i aint never heard of such a thing! im lucky we have jiffy! but thank you very much, it sounds great! ill try it when i come visit!
    Hey, Terri. All Mexican cornbread mix is, is regular cornbread with a few pieces of bell peppers (red and/or green), a few bits of jalepeno pepper, and alittle cheese. You could use two Jiffy mixes and add the peppers and cheese. Right, #1piecemaker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GailG View Post
    Hey, Terri. All Mexican cornbread mix is, is regular cornbread with a few pieces of bell peppers (red and/or green), a few bits of jalepeno pepper, and alittle cheese. You could use two Jiffy mixes and add the peppers and cheese. Right, #1piecemaker?
    Right. Just use 2 boxes of Jiffy Corn MUFFIN Mix instead and add a little jalepeno pepper for a little kick, It is great. I was just being lazy when I used the Mexican cornbread mix.
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    what do you do with the cooked squash? Mash it and then blend into mix or chop or what. Is this good for all kinds of squash-winter, summer, zuchini, butternut, acorn?????????

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    Sounds delish!
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    Thanks for the recipe, sounds great..
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