South of the Border Breakfast
Whether you are celebrating Cinco de Mayo (click HERE for a history of this holiday), or just love a great alternative for breakfast, we suggest Sturdiwheat Corn Cakes. They are easy to make, and so flexible. Corn cakes with chili. Corn cakes for breakfast with maple syrup. Corn cakes with guacamole. Corn Cakes as a side with almost anything. But more on that later.
Today, please take a look at this incredible breakfast using Sturdiwheat Corn Cakes! Use it for the Holidays or whenever you feel like having a special treat.
You will need:
- Sturdiwheat Corn Pancake Mix / water
- Corn (Fresh, Frozen, or Canned) (Use paper towels to dry the corn)
- Sweet Red Pepper, Poblano Pepper (or regular green pepper) Medium Dice
- Basted Eggs
- Salsa (Homemade or purchased), Sour Cream
Prepare a cup (or two, depending on how many people you are serving) of Sturdiwheat Corn Pancake Mix as directed on the package. Add corn and peppers. Let sit for several minutes. Fry the corn cakes as you would a regular pancake. Place in the oven to hold while the eggs are prepared. Baste eggs (scramble, or fry).
Place Corn Cakes on a plate with two eggs, and dress with sour cream and salsa. Serve with salt, pepper, and your favorite hot sauce.
What’s For Dinner?
Other favorites for Cinco de Mayo include Southwestern twists on our Midwest Corn Bread.
You’ll find our recipe for Midwestern Corn Bread with Black Beans and Corn HERE.
Sturdiwheat corn bread is great plain, too, with chili or your favorite fixins!! Use your imagination, add peppers, olives, go wild!
Here is a recipe for A Tex-Mex variation. Couldn’t be easier!
Roughly Chop: (1 cup total)
- Sweet Red Peppers
- Poblano Peppers
- Jalapeño Peppers
Sauté vegetables in a small amount of olive oil. When vegetables are cool, mix Sturdiwheat Midwest Cornbread as directed and add the vegetables. Bake as directed. Serve with your favorite Tex-Mex dish. Happy Cinco de Mayo!
This is a fun addition to your baking supplies. Make cornbread in style! Click on the picture below to shop for the pan.
Enjoy Cinco de Mayo!