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Trader Joe's Cornbread Mix (Pack of 2 - 15 oz boxes)
- Pack of 2 - 15 oz boxes
- Sweet yellow corn
- Moist consistency
- Easy to make
- Taste Homemade
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You'll need to add an egg, 1/2 cup of oil and 3/4 cup milk to the mix, but you'll end up with a thick, delicious corn bread that can't be beat on a chilly, rainy day. Pair it with some split pea soup or chili for the perfect meal.
Yes, it's very expensive on Amazon.com (so buy it locally if you can), but this review is for the item, not the price here.
However, one occasion, I did find the corn kernels a bit hard and the texture took away from the enjoyment of eating the cornbread, but I believe that was a fluke so I'm not taking away any stars from my review - just want to make sure any potential purchaser of this product does realize this mix contains whole corn kernels.
My grandchildren love to eat this cornbread as a side dish when I cook my hamburger/vegetable soup - recipe follows:
I use a Stew Pot or a Large Skillet:
Cut up and saute onions/carrots/celery/potatoes (minimum of 4 cups of these veggies)
Season with sea salt/garlic powder/dill/paprika to taste
Add one pound of hamburger meat into the pan - cook until brown
Add one can of TJ's Organic Black Beans
Add one can of TJ's Organic Kidney Beans
Add one frozen package of corn
Add one or two boxes of TJ's Organic Tomato & Roasted Red Pepper Soup
The above recipe will feed our family of 6 a couple of meals. Of course it may be frozen and reheated.
TJ's has a very short list of ingredients to boot!
I also tried Marie Callender's cornbread mix from a warehouse club store (with the red and white logo, if you can guess), and it turned out to be bitter! I don't know if there is a regional taste where bitter cornbread is the preference.
TJ's is sweet, and on the cusp of being cake-like but still substantial and dense. TJ's is also not fatty or greasy or sticky or pasty or gummy, like the pre-baked little mini loafs you sometimes find at salad bars and gas-station convenience stores. I love the whole kernels of corn mixed in, just the right amount to add an interest to the texture randomly as you take bites.
It also makes for a great mix for use in a corn casserole!
At the local TJ's, if you have one, it will cost less than half the price per box compared to Amazon. I am surprised that Amazon carries it, since TJ's has a policy of not selling their products anywhere other than in actual stores. What the ???