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Cheesy Cornbread Casserole

Cheesy Cornbread Casserole recipe
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Love serving chili with cornbread? This beefy, cheesy casserole delivers on your favorite flavor combination, with super-easy prep.
30 min
55 min
10 servings
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We absolutely loved this meal. If you’re planning to serve this to a family of four, then I say double up the ingredients. But this was just fine for my family of 3. I used a 2qt casserole dish, used a can of green chilies instead of jalapeños, didn’t use the whole can of black beans, and seasoned my meat with Lawry’s & black pepper along with the cumin and garlic. I used Marie Calendar Honey Butter cornbread mix (but didn’t use all of the batter) which provided a nice contrast to the spicy meat mixture, and I added chives to my cornbread mix. Making this again real soon…
i used 2 boxes of cornbread mix and it seemed like too much cornbread for our family.they didn't ask for seconds,so i figure it wasn't a's ok,but i like other recipes better
I used 2 lbs of ground beef and two muffin mixes. My family loved it!
So so good and so so easy! I would definitely double the meat next time. I used a can of green chilies instead of a jalapeno and I thought it turned out great! We loved it!
I used a 16 oz corn bread mix (marie calendar). I will double the meat next time too. It was not enough meat, but the bread rocked! I used two jalapeno peppers and that might have been too much! I also used half a packet of hot taco seasoning. I made it a little too spicy this time, but the sweet of the corn bread was awesome!
I used gr turkey and added some corn to meat mixture, then I thickened meat mixture with a bit of cornstarch before putting in the baking dish. When making the cornbread, I added additional buttermilk to thin, then I dropped it by spoonfuls over meat mixture and distributed it evenly.
the meat portion was ok and worth putting in a tortilla possibly or taco but combined with cornbread just wasn't good. My kids said it was too sweet and I used regular cornbread mix. I wouldn't recommend this recipe.
Very tasty dish. I made mine in a 2 qt casserole dish, so I didn't have the problem of not enough cornbread. That worked well for my family since they preferred more meat to cornbread. I did sprinkle a little taco seasoning into my meat while cooking as others suggested. I also used a small can of green chilies since I didn't have a jalapeno. Delicious!
This was awesome! Even my kids and husband liked it (gasp)! I did doctor it, though - extra spices (taco seasoning, like a whole envelope) plus two boxes of Jiffy. I thought two boxes of Jiffy overpowered everything else, but the reviews that said one wasn't enough to cover the pan made sense...maybe next time I'll make two, but only use enough to cover the pan. And I layered the cheese between the meat & cornbread (out of laziness, really) and it was great. Had a great flavor (with the doctoring)!
I doubled the cornbread - 1 box is def not enough to cover a 13x9 pan. For flavor I added 2 Tbsp of taco seasoning to the meat mixture (in addition to the jalepeno) - turned out delicious! The only reason it didn't get 5 stars is because the cornbread doesn't cook all the way - I guess because of the cheese? Next time I would probably not mix the cheese in the cornbread mix but would wait until the last 5 minutes of baking and put it on the top and just let it melt.
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