Mexican Cornbread

Every household needs a fall-back meal, something made from whatever’s in the fridge/freezer, that can be put together with little or no measuring or thought. today has been spent worrying about the missing dog, fretting about Terry’s need for glasses, chewing on upcoming dental expenses, pondering chucking it all and moving into a teepee in the woods somewhere. Anyway, my last great fall-back-forgot-to-make-menus-what’s-in-the-freezer recipe is Mexican Cornbread.

Start by browning half a pound of your favorite sausage

Then make a batch of your favorite cornbread mix by the recipe on the package

Then chop an onion

Into the cornbread batter, mix the sausage, onion, a cup or so of frozen corn, a cup or so of shredded cheese (whatever you like), and a cup or so of your favorite salsa.

mix it all together, pour into a greased casserole dish, and bake at 350 until done- like an hour or so. Serve with whatever you’d put on a taco, salsa, sour cream, chopped cilantro, avocado…whatever.

Easy peasy!

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