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these thing are great!!! thank you!
Jackpot!!! These are simple to do and taste great. Wear gloves especially if you wear contacts.
OMG - awesome!!!!!! Something I did to soften the peppers is pre bake them for about five minutes. I made several versions and sitcking to the origional recipe is best - however I did leave out the bacon- it overpowered the other flavors!
These were great! I couldn't believe how mild the peppers were after baking them. My eyes and throat were burning just cutting them, so I was afraid they'd be too hot to eat. After 15 minutes in the oven, though, they were actually almost sweet. I wish I had some bacon to wrap them with...maybe next time!
I cannot believe how wonderful this recipe is! Make them with the smaller jalapenos so that you can just pop one in for a mouthful of delicious goodness! Thank you so much, AZRoxy for this recipe!
I can't believe I haven't rated this yet! We have been making these WONDERFUL poppers for 2 years now. DH and I don't like cream cheese, so I stuffed them with chunks of cheddar instead. That's the only thing I did differently. These are amazing!!
This is worth 10 stars! I put everything in the food processor to make it into a dip...I don't think it will last until tomorrow. We have 12 jalapeno plants in the garden, and now a really good way to use a few of them. Great flavor, even for a Wisconsin girl like me. Not really hot just really good. I also added a red pepper, and a small onion. I have used only 1 pkg. of bacon, and haven't added the cheese yet...I would tell my best friends to make this.
Just excellent! As always though the prep time was very understated. It takes a lot longer than 10 minutes to seed and stuff 25 fresh jalepenos! Very addictive and I am incredibly sorry I looked at the nutrition information here. LOL
I made these for a family vacation weekend in a cabin. The oven had to be at least 20 years old! LOL Anyway, these were a huge hit, everyone loved them, even my sister who had to wash her mouth out with water for 10 minutes straight (what a wuss!). They were supposed to be a course for dinner, but somehow became an appetizer after someone spotted them on the table. Easy to make once you get the seeds out. Don't forget to refrain from touching anything else before washing your hands (unlike my fiancee who used the restroom without washing his hands beforehand, hahahaha, best part of the weekend) He agrees that you should not leave the bacon out for any reason.
I have made these twice now and can say that they are outstanding. The trick is to scrape the inside of the peppers pretty well or else they will be too hot. I cook them for longer than the recipe states because I like the bacon very crispy. I am planning to make a trayful for christmas and take them to a family with teenagers who can bake them and enjoy as they wish.