Jalapeno-Cornmeal Muffins

The thumb-sized jalapeno chili has thick flesh that may be green or red and can range from mildly hot to fiery. When working with jalapenos or other hot chilies, it is advisable to wear rubber gloves to prevent burns. The heat from a chili, carried in the membranes, can linger for hours on your skin, so thoroughly wash your hands, the cutting board and knife with hot, soapy water as soon as you finish working. For mild-flavored muffins, use 2 chilies; to add more heat, use 3 chilies.
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Review 1 for Jalapeno-Cornmeal Muffins
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CookinginSanDiego
San Diego
July 13, 2010
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A delicious easy side for breakfast or soup
July 13, 2010
Delicious and easy, great with soups, stews or breakfast. We eat these a lot during the summer, when we are trying to find creative uses for zucchini from our garden. I do not use the cheese, and I personally substitute gluten free flour for the flour (with other adjustments to the baking powder and salt). In my experience, you can't tell it has zucchini from the taste.
Review 2 for Jalapeno-Cornmeal Muffins
2 out of 5
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Anonymous
Raleigh, NC
June 18, 2010
Would You Recommend? No
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not so great according to my taster.
June 18, 2010
To be fair, I did not taste these but I made them for my husband. His first bite and he said he did not like them. His complaint was the zucchini in them as it changed the texture and taste, and he was not a fan.