I love corn bread and I also love Doritos! I thought I would combine the two and see what happens. I will be sharing how to make Nacho pops. I am writing a cookbook for my kids so they will have a copy of all my favorite family recipes that have been passed down. I am modifying a family favorite corn bread recipe to make Nacho cheese pops. The results were so good I want to add it to my faves.
This recipe was made from our families favorite corn bread recipe. I substituted the Doritos for the cornmeal in our cornbread recipe and changed the cooking method.
Step 1: Ingredients
2 C Flour reserve one cup for forming the ball (You may need more flour for forming the balls)
¼ C Sugar
2 t Baking Powder
1 t Baking Soda
2 C Buttermilk
Dash of sea salt you can omit if you like.
Oil for frying the pops.
Please note: You may substitute plain milk with 1 tbs of vinegar added instead of buttermilk, but it greatly impacts texture and taste. This recipe is my cornbread recipe that I changed: I exchanged the cornmeal with the Doritos.
Step 2: Supplies
Liquid measuring cup
Dry measuring cup
Plastic zip lock bag
Step 3: Mix
Then stir in buttermilk and egg (reserving 1 cup of the flour for forming the balls.)
Place 1 cup of flour in a small bowl and slowly add the cornbread mixture until you have a nice round ball. I only made a couple of pops because of multiple projects, so you might need to add more flour. After the mixture is not sticky and can be formed into balls make the small round balls.
Step 4: Fry
Got it hot and dropped the balls into the hot oil until nice and brown.
Removed them and allow them to cool down.
Step 5: Skewers
Step 6: Sunshiine's Final Thoughts
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