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Friday, May 23, 2014

Sweet Corn Tamale Cake - copycat Recipe of Cheesecake Factory

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These big food chain , tries to attract more customers but we only have time to go out in weekends because weekdays are busy and those eateries are so packed on weekends that we have to wait so long that we get cranky by the time we sit on the table and after sitting also , servers serve food fast so they can take more people. So basically its not fun experience to eat out, specially after kids. But still craves for those food, so why not make it home, its cheap, healthy and you know what you are putting and how much you want. Before this you have one of my,  other favorite food chain restaurant dish Sweet Corn Cake - Mexican Style, now this is in same direction, but the presentation makes all tasty. I tried to do that way but didn't had salsa Verde so just had it without it. But if you have it, put the cakes on bed of that green sauce.

You will need salsa Verde, Pico de Gallo,  southwestern sauce, sour cream, guacamole and sweet corn cake. I didn't use salsa Verde but you can find my recipe here.

Pico De Gallo:

1 red tomato finely chopped
1 red onion chopped
1/2 finely chopped jalapenos
salt to taste
few strings of chopped cilantro
lime juice to taste

Mix all together and keep it aside.

Southwestern Sauce :

My way of making southwestern sauce is
1/2 cup mayo
1 tsp. paprika or red chili powder
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. white vinegar
salt to taste

Mix everything with whisk and keep it aside.

Tamale Cake :

1/2 can cream sweet corn
1/2 cup cornmeal
1/4 cup AP flour
1/2 finely chopped jalapenos
1 tbsp. garlic powder

Method:

You can make this anyway, bake it in the oven, deep fry it, shallow fry it. I baked it.

Preheat the oven at 380 F.
Mix everything in bowl and make a stiff dough.
Grease the baking dish generously.
Take two ice-cream scoops worth mixture in hand and flatten it. Just like we make tikkis.
apply oil on top of it too and put it in the oven for 20 minutes. After first 10 minutes turn over and cook it on other side.
Should be like this once it comes out.

Take a serving platter, spread first salsa Verde, the put the tamale cake, put the dollop of guacamole, and sour cream , and Pico de Gallo, then southwestern sauce. I had this as a side of my fajitas.






Portobello Mushroom and vegetable fajitas

Linky Party Starts March 11 - IrelandHearth & Soul HopLink up your recipe of the week

Chef Mireille's East West Realm: Mexican Recipes for #Food of the World
Vardhini's event page hosted by The Big Sweet Tooth: Event Announcement - Bake Fest May 2014
Gayathri's WTML event 
Swathi's hearth and soul blog hop
1st anniversary celebration event by cookclickdevour

24 comments:

  1. This looks too good dear..Very inviting..

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  2. Mouthwatering ......., interesting recipe dear !

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  3. Me too love this type of savoury baked items, interesting and inviting!

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  4. Yummy1 And i totally agree with you about eating out! Home cooked version of restaurant food is always nicer, and more relaxed.

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  5. Oh wow! You created nicely and love both of it to be eaten together.

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  6. This looks tasty and yummy..

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  7. Looks delicious, I am going to make it tonight.

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  8. interesting.. you have a great collection of innovative dishes

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  9. Recipes look incredible, we believe good food is so important and plan to make that an emphasis in our family.
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  10. Looks delicious. Sounds Interesting

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  11. new recipe to me,looks perfectly done dear :)

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  12. Something different than the usual snacks..

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  13. I would bake this too, looks good, pinning this!

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  14. Definitely a new dish for me, looks absolutely filling..

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  15. interesting recipe. Looks delicious.

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  16. Even though I don't much like using cornmeal in higher amount, I would love to grab one from your plate :D

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  17. Dear you have lovely collections yummy recipes...never heard before.. looks delicious...

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  18. Interesting recipe...love it :-)

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  19. They look quite interesting and healthier as well, thanks for sharing :)

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  20. Sweet corn tamale cake looks delicious Linsy thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop.

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  21. new time but it`s luking nice...

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  22. Cake looks so yummy .Thanks for linking it to favourite recipes event

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