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 Post subject: Some Jhot Stuff From Overby The Food Forum:
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It all goes to the tummy. Yummy!

Some like it Jhot: Hot as in Jalpeno Cornbread Dressing. Holy Scoville, Batman!

Now the following recipe contains a pepper that is waaaaay down on the Scovile scale-- the ubiquitous hala, jalapeno.

Hot diggety, dawg. Haven't tried it, but it sho nuff looks good
(pre-heat oven to 375 degrees)

Jalapeno Cornbread Dressing:
INGREDIENTS:

Six tblsp fat or butter.
1/3 cup chopped onions
2/3 cup chopped celery
2 cups bread crumbs (flavored or un-flavored. Your choice)
2 cups cornbread crumbs
1 tsp sage
1 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1/2 cup chopped apple
1/2 cup chopped pecans (Oh. Save some for pecan pies. They'll be gone pecans!)
1/2 cup jalapenos (seeded and chopped. Save some in sliced form for topping.)
1 &1/2 cups of turkey or chicken broth or hot water.

DIRECTIONS:
In a frying pan, add celery. Sautè until lightly browned. Remove from heat and mix thouhrply with other ingredients --EXCEPT turkey or chicken broth or hot water.)

Pour all into a Pyrex or other oven-worth glassware. Pour on brth or ht water.
Cook in oven until light brown on top.

Again, I've not tried this dish, but even just looking at it, it makes me wanna jhop to it!

Credits:
AAA/Texas ( and their wonderful accommodating staff)
A Dallas resident, who offered up the forgoing recipe
And, again, AAA Magazine, a publication that unfailingly offers its readers ads, among others, that waves: 'Go To New Orleans!' (I loves those good folks at that magazine; back during some of my Fourth Estate days, I worked at a newspaper with a guy who has since joined AAA's staff. As The World spins, oft, We find, Our world is actually a small one.)


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