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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Jalapeno Ceddar Corn Bread

I was feeling too lazy today to cook, yup I can hear you ask me loud and clear "this is not the only day you feel lazy to cook"!!! he he he I wanted to make a nice snack time bread, chilly evening a nice cup of hot chocolate drink and a spicy soft and filling snack was all that cam eto my mind. I was mentally scanning all the ingrdients in the pantry to make something for the evening, this small can of Corn Meal came to my mind and quickly I jumped from my La-Z-Boy and went to the pantry pulled the Quakers Corn Meal to start the new episode of Quick Bread.



Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour - 1 cup
Corn Meal - 1 cup
Scallions - 4 to 5 stalks finely chopped or minced
Jalapeno - 3 deseeded and finely chopped or minced
Baking Powder - 1 tbsp
Corn Kernels - 1 can (11 oz.) drained
Egg - 1
Milk - 1 cup
Olive Oil - 12-15 tbsps
Salt - 1 tbsp
Low Fat Ceddar Cheese - 1/2 cup more cheese makes the bread soggy, so proportionately increase Flour

Method:

1. Mix the all Purpose Flour, Corn Meal, Salt and Baking Powder then add the Scallions, Jalapenos, grated Cheddar Cheese and Corn Kernels mix well and set aside.
2. In another bowl beat the Egg and add Milk. Now add this mixture to the Flour, pour the Olive Oil to the mixture and stir well.
3. Transfer the mixture to a greased tin or baking sheet and bake for 30 mins at 350 degrees F.
4. Poke a knief to check if the insides are done and serve hot.



In the past month my other blogger friends passed on some awards I inturn wanted to pass them on, but waited for the right moment. Vibaas passed me the Good Job Award and so did Teresa for my other blog



I would like to pass this award to

Anudivya, she is a little devil surprises me with new recipes. She will post a wonderful recipe and I would crave for that and she will let us do for a day or 2 while we visit her blog all the time and then boom she would come with another blast of recipe. She is a perfect blogger friend, she would pop out from no where and put some inspiring words in your posts.

Dailymeals, she is an awesome gal everytime she comes up with a recipes that we can do with just all the ingredients that we have in the pantry will never makes us go for a shopping spree... I guess she has taken a break now but still I peep in to check if she has anything new cooking there.

Deesha is a Veggie person I love her dishes she cooks everything from Punjabi to Western and I always wonder how she gets those perfect colors in her dish... I am giving her an invite to visit me, so she can make all those delectable food and I can have those lazing at home :)

Gita, she has a wonderful blog specially a week of tofu dishes I enjoy visiting her blog, she always gives a small and crispy description of the food and then goes to the recipe, I like her presentation and she has a nice archive of recipes. Do peek into her kitchen.

Jaishree, I love the Maharastrian touch she gives to the recipes that she makes. She add different ingredients in the dish make me wonder how she gets to do that. I am a devoted visitor of her blog.

Jo, not only is her blog named as Sugar and Everything Nice so are her recipes I love the variations she makes in her posts, not always one kinda food from beef to cupcakes yup she has everything cooking there. Not to forget her 2 lil puppies I kinda feel nice when I drop in her place.

Mahimaa, this gal has an awesome Veggie recipe archieve and easily crossed her 100th post, she is always there to compliment bloggers post did I mention she is always there before me grrr... Most of the recipes that I have come across so far of hers is quick and easy to make.

Priya has everything easy and colorful in her blog yup I mean easy no knead bread and then everythings Beets I love her handwork blog too. Mexican food mmm she can help you, Indian yup yup and anything that you wanna bake she has it in her blog.

Raaji, she makes us think that the recipes are simple and easy to cook but her presenation wow makes us crave for her food. She reminds us of the simple recipes that we had all our childhood, if I dont mention her pictures then I am making a Himalayan Blunder though. I am a crazy person who keeps checking on her blog for new posts always and keep drooling over the pictures.

Ramya Bala, this gal she manages a kid and gets to cook and post too she has a community in Orkut (if you gals orkut see you all there), how does she manage to cook and blog mmm seriously I love the recipe by ingredients. I love her Kaju apples my fav.

Ramya Ravichandran, she has an awesome blog and a great deal of blogger friends, she has posted a long list of recipes and she has been blogging ever since 2003 and she writes reviews too these days. Name an ingredient and you can find a dish with that in her kitchen.

Sharmi, her blog is so authentic and welcoming. She is a great cook she made so much for Diwali so any festivity just drop by her kitchen to steal all her food I wish she stayed soemwhere close so I could do that too.

Sireesha has a good Andhra kitchen and I love the way she brings out recipes that we wouldnt have thought about itself like the Sago dishes that she posted, instant podis and cakes wow makes me crazy.

Ujju, yup she has a kitchen thats full of spices mmm Andhra kitch exactly... She is so very easy going and picks up everything right for her and her recipes, she has a lovely cuisine point you want any chutney or Podi - Andhra style delve into her kicthen.

Uj/Ujwal, birthday time dont hesitate to peek into her Kitchen and grab all her ideas and that lovely cake too she had a great birthday menu prepared and otherwise too she has so much to offer us.

I will be back with another recipe and an Award.

37 comments:

anudivya said...

How sweet is that!!! Thanks so much Ramya, and loved reading all the things you had to say about me. And peeked into others too :) He he he. (The little devil eh?)
You are such a darling.
Made receiving the award from you that much more special.

You are a great girl, somehow I've gotten to love all your three blogs equally and you are an amazing cook too. And it takes a big heart to say such nice things about all of us, and care about little things for others... like...
-I did notice the alphabetical order of the bloggers list, so none gets offended or room for preferences. ;)
(Really, I thought it was neat)

yasmeen said...

Congrats on your award:)
Spicy jalapenos bread,I'd love to try it:)

Adlak's tiny world said...

so spicy yr bread and cho sweet yr words for other bloggers dear. u must have good heart indeed to tell all good about others.

I m dame sure they ll be very happy to note the notes abt them from u. Great thought love the way of expressing yr views.

Happy cook said...

Love the bread and congrats with the award, and you had such sweet and nice words to say about all the others. Really nice of you.

Divya Vikram said...

That was too sweet of you to put forth lovely words about each person! And the corn bread looks perfec.love the addition of jalapenos.

Purva Desai said...

Corn Bread looks appetizing and yummy....they will make yummy snacks...

Congrats for the well derserved award and more the way tou have shared it with fellow bloggers that was really thoughtful and sweet gesture.

Besides a lovely is surprise waiting for you, collect it from my blog...

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

hey that is so sweet of u to pass on the award and also write up something nice about each and everyone... gr8 girl! u in turn deserve this good job award! i want those jalapeno bread right now..looks very tempting.

Uma said...

wow, the jalapeno corn bread looks so delicious and tempting. A perfect snack for the evenings.

Congrats on the well deserved award! You wrote so sweet words about other friends, so nice!

DEESHA said...

So sweet of you Ramya .. thanks so much for telling such lovely things about me .. Iam flattered girl .. bread looks lovely

inland empire restaurant and food reviews said...

Jalapeno cornbread sounds delicious, Thanks for the recipe!!!

Priya said...

Delicious jalapeno bread...am drooling now here...

Ramya thanks a lot for sharing ur award with us..loved very much the way u shared ur views about blogger friends,u r such a lovable angel..u touched me with ur lovely words...

chou said...

My husband would like this!!!

Gita's Kitchen said...

Congrats on the award Ramya, you deserve it. Thank you very much for passing on the award and the things about me. That is soo sweet :) I am so honored:)

Ramya said...

Thats really nice to read about all fellow bloggers :) Also, Thanks for reminding me about my blogging days since 2003 with an award(Though I started to blog about cooking food only in Dec 2007....).

Appreciate you for making me feel at home the moment I dropped into ur blog. U deserve the award much. Congrats, Ramya!

raaji said...

Hey thanks so much dear for ur words...Am surprised !!!!.How nice of u to take time and describe everyone...I even got to know them even better and made some new frnds:)

Suma Rajesh said...

corn bread is just awsome..its filling and feel like it has a soft texture..congrates on ur well deserved awards..

Teja said...

This is definitely a quick bread, I just need the Corn Meal and Cheddar should try this

Bal said...

Simple let me see I shall make it this weekend to impress my colleages :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

A new type of bread to me. Looks awesome. Congrats on the award. I appreciate the little scibbles you wrote about everyone.

vidhas said...

Hi Ramya,

New recipe to me. Surely my kids will love. Kindly visit my blog , something is waiting for you dear.

Jaishree said...

Hi Ramya, so sweet of you. congrats for your awards N thanks a lot for sharing with me:) Thanks a ton dear.A new type of bread to me. Looks awesome:)

Priya said...

Dear Ramya..i have something spl for u in my blog, check it out..
http://priyaeasyntastyrecipes.blogspot.com/2008/11/awards-time.html

UjjU said...

Hello Ramya,

Thanks dear for the award. I logged on to Blogger first thing in the morning to post something & you made my day. Though my mother tongue is Telugu, m not from Andhra. I'm from Bangalore. Now that you've given me this award, I'm inspired to look for some authentic Andhra recipes. :)

You'd asked me without cooking coriander won't it be bitter on my blog. The answer is, I've this chutney since a few days now sitting in my fridge. We use it often. It doesn't taste bitter. I din't want to give you a wrong answer so was waiting for a few days to tell you if it really did turn bitter or not.

Regards,
UjjU

Uj said...

Thank you dear.. :) Very sweet of you to pass it on to me :)

G.Pavani said...

congrats on ur award yaar...

Indranee said...

First time to your blog...and it's amazing! Congrats on your well deserved awards...the bread looks delicious!!

Bhawana said...

wow Ramya you rocks. I loved this recipe. and Congratulations on your Award. Just tell me can I replace corn mel with corn flour???

Sharmi said...

Dear Ramya,
Thank you so much for the lovely award and nice words. I feel honoured:) Will soon announce this in my blog. Btw corn bread looks satifying with a cuppa tea:)

Daily Meals said...

Hi Ramya! Corn bread sounds new and healthy...Congrats on your award dear...Thank you for passing it to me:)

Netra said...

Wow Ramya so many bloggers and nice gesture. This is the reason why I love you and your blog.

Jaya said...

Congrats on your award.
bread made with corn meal is real healthy.Thanks for sharing
hugs and smiles

Jo said...

Hi Ramya, thank you for much for this award. I am so overwhelmed and could not contain myself when I read your post. I equally enjoy reading your blog as well.

DK said...

How good is that! Adding jalepenos. Never thought of it in my cornbread. Good one

TBC said...

Came here thro' your comment on my blog.
So you like Hercule Poirot, huh? Same here.:D
Corn bread sounds good to me...maybe I'll try making it in a muffin pan.

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