Recipes from Mississippi
Mississippi is the leading producer of farm-raised catfish in the US. They also fish for shrimp, oysters, and red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico.
However, they are probably most famous for the Mississippi Mud Pie, named after the muddy Mississippi river. The pie traditionally is made with chocolate and coffee but has evolved to include other variations, including mud cakes and mudslide drinks.
Mississippi Cornbread Salad Made with cornbread muffin mix, Ranch-style salad dressing mix, sour cream, mayonnaise, tomatoes, red bell pepper, green bell pepper, green onions, pinto beans, cheddar cheese oven
Mississippi Mud Cake Made with sugar, eggs, self-rising flour, baking cocoa, pecans, marshmallow creme, butter or margarine, confectioners' sugar oven
Mississippi Fried Chicken Made with baking powder, black pepper, chicken breast halves, salt and pepper, oil, flour, salt stovetop
Mississippi Sin Dip Made with loaf bread (pref. Hawaiian), green onions, small can deviled ham, green chiles, Cheddar cheese, cream cheese, sour cream Mississippi Mud Cake Made with caramel topping, English toffee candy bars, German chocolate cake mix, sweetened condensed milk, frozen whipped topping oven Mississippi River Mud Cake Made with flaked coconut, chopped nuts, marshmallow creme, cocoa powder, vanilla extract, butter or margarine, salt, light cream or milk oven Mississippi Chili Made with salt and pepper, kidney beans, tomato juice, onions, celery, garlic, oil, ground beef, chili powder, ground cumin stovetop Mississippi Mud Bars Made with eggs, all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, salt, flaked coconut, marshmallow creme, unsalted butter, vanilla extract oven