Probably the best corn muffins I have ever made.
Herbed Corn Muffins
jschmitz Posted: 04/23/13
dstout5 Posted: 04/17/13
Loved these muffins almost as much as my mother-in-law's famous cornbread! I followed the recipe exactly except chopped the green onions and used shredded parmesan.
srwfromorange Posted: 04/24/13
When I told my husband that these were what we were having for dinner, he kinda turned up his nose & said "Yeah, right". So I made them first & offered him 1/2 muffin before dinner, I told him if he didnt like them, I'd make rice or potatoes. Well, guess who didnt have rice. Thees babies are yummy. We were discussing all the different scenerios where we could cook them for a crowd!!!
steponme Posted: 03/26/13Missouri City, TX
These were very tasty and flavorful. With the green onion and thyme it was as if I were eating corn bread dressing, to me that's a good thing;)
jmeleeS Posted: 04/09/13
Just made these muffins with C.L.'s April 2013 Chicken with Quick Chile Verde Sauce, so I subbed out thyme for cilantro to match flavor profiles and also halved the recipe (still used 1 whole egg). I really thought these were good muffins - nice and moist, but a little heavy on the parm cheese. As a recommendation for those looking to try these out, I would recommend cutting down on the cheese a bit to let the herbs shine through. I like another C.L. corn bread (jalapeno, cheese & bacon) muffin recipe better so I don't think I would make these exact muffins again, but they are worth a go if you are looking for a quick weeknight bread to cook up as a side; enjoy!
daneanp Posted: 05/04/13
These were pretty tasty but nothing spectacular. It would be easy to change up the herbs and the cheese.
JoshuaRR Posted: 11/26/13
I thought these were a solid, go-to side. I shared them at a pre-thanksgiving team potluck, and got good feed back. Added an extra star because the recipe could be tweaked to add whatever herbs are currently available, making it a nice seasonally adjustable dish.