Have not tried this but it's up soon. It's got so many of my favorite ingredients. Putting here for safekeeping! Original recipe can be found at http://dishingwithleslie.blogspot.com/2012/09/chicken-bombs.html --
Cook time depends on your method for making eggs. For this small batch, I recommend a cold water start, bring to a rolling boil and cook for ten minutes. Drain off hot water and allow to rest in cold water until eggs are cool enough to handle.
This recipe came from a locally owned restaurant in Melbourne, Florida called the Sea Room. The restaurant is no longer there, but some recipes are still around. This was a little snack that was brought to your table as you waited for your meal. This has always been a family favorite during the holidays.
I found this recipe on heatherlikesfood.com in a blog that she posted about Super Bowl food. The sauce that is poured over the rolls caramelizes and gives them a gooey sweetness that meshes perfectly with the ham and Swiss. They are one of the best sliders that I have ever had!
I like Deviled Eggs and I like Pimento Cheese, and thought " Why not combine the two ? "This recipe only makes enough for 2, so if you need more, adjust everything accordingly. Now with the amounts of the ingredients they are just " guesstimates ". So if you want to add more salt,pepper,sugar, and paprika that's strictly up to you." Cook time " is chill time.Submitted to Food.com ( a.k.a. " ZAAR " )on April 24th.2012
These are wonderful! My cousin brought them as an appetizer for Thanksgiving dinner one year, and I got the recipe. I make them for work parties, and even quick snacks at home. You can always make more or less by using more or less cream cheese and crescent rolls! Trust me, these are excellent!
This recipe came from Rachael Ray. It's easy, and delicious. I made it with smoked bratwurst to make it more "adult-friendly" and it worked great! We enjoyed the Super Bowl while munching on these.(Note: I agree with not needing the oil as a reviewer suggested. I don't use it either.)
Wonderful flavor! Tangy, sharp and delicious! May be used in grilled sandwiches, on crackers or in celery pieces. Great for lunch or as an appetizer for parties. My sister, Vivian, is famous for her pimento cheese. Our family thinks she makes the absolute best!
We had this speciality many times in childhood!