Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Cooking lesson (cuting an onion) ,Corn bread pie.


Hello, Remember the roast(link)? Remember the taco seasoning(link)?
1 can of corn don't drain
half onion
2 cans tomato sauce
corn bread mix
canola oil
cumin
cayenne
oven safe pan

After you cut off both ends and make a light slice through the skin and remove it. Cut your onion into a half. Slice as shown. the thinner you slice the finer your diced onion will be.

Now slice across as the knife is positioned. Same here the thinner you slice the finer the diced onion. If you slice once and put up the rest in a baggie you have an onion cut for 2-3 days worth of recipe. Cleaning the board only once.

Remember the roast lesson. Now this is a stack of slices. I then sliced very thin one way then the other very fine for little teeth to chew. :)

Hot pan -cold oil! Heat your pan empty ,then put oh 2-4 table spoons of oil in heat oil. Then add onion and meat to brown toasting the meat a little adds a lot of flavor. Add the tomato, and 2-3 tablespoons of seasoning, Stir it will thicken fast after the spices have incorporated into the meat mixture then add the corn juice and all tho thin it down turn off heat.

Now mix your corn bread. I used oh about 3 C mix and 3/4 C water and two dash cumin and a gentle dash cayenne. I like Marie Calenders brand it is sweet corn bread. Lightly dulup it over the mix. Do not over mix. Trying to spread it can cause you a fuss. Bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes I use a convection oven and so a little less time is needed . Cut center with a sharp knife to make sure it is cooked through.

Well everyone eat well last night! They all enjoyed it. The fresh tomatoes were the perfect compliment to cool down the spice. Even Miss Fiction ate a few tomatoes.
One pan to wash. Left overs for lunch today and now that I had my lunch back to task! :)

4 comments:

Christine said...

That looks like a very hearty meal.

Next time I make a roast, I'll make this with the leftovers. Everyone at our house loves cornbread!

Thanks for the lesson.

Denise said...

You are such a great cook.

Amrita said...

Your cooking lesson is so delicious Ms Chef. Wish the ingredients were available here to make it.

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Janean said...

Mmmmm Yummy!
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