Like many poor peeps, I have been known to make what I fondly call white trash pie, though you all may know it by the name on the side of the Bisquick box- impossible cheeseburger pie. At my old place I used to have to save a piece for my neighbor Karen every time I made it (I didn't exactly follow the recipe of the box, I never do). In return she brought me chicken every time she barbecued.
Well we had a mess o' leftover ground beef and some veggies needing to be used. But we wanted something a wee bit different from the old Bisquick version and were way too lazy to make tacos.
Enter Jiffy corn bread mix.
Preheat the oven to 400
In a large (biggest you've got) cast iron skillet, brown some ground beef.
Season the fuck out of it. Garlic salt, red pepper flakes, chili powder, a little cumin, some black pepper.
While the beef is browning, chop an onion or two, a bell pepper or two, a jalapeno if you've got it and that's your thing. Cook till onions are translucent. Remove from heat.
At this point I added one diced tomato that was on its way out and some fresh corn sliced off the cob. You could also add olives or a can of green chilies.
Then cheese- lots of yummy shredded cheese. We used sharp cheddar, but I'm sure a jack cheese would be fine.
Use 2 boxes of jiffy corn muffin mix and make according to the directions. Let it sit in the bowl for a minute or two to get its puffiness going.
Spread corn muffin batter over beef mixture and sprinkle with more yummy cheese.
Bake until the muffin crust is cooked and golden brown (not just the cheese being brown).
Let sit for a few minutes then dig in.