What more can I say, these were great and I will make them again. I think I'll vacuum seal several batches and store them in the freezer. Thanks
These were a hit at our family's Thanksgiving. They had the perfect amount of "heat." My only complaint would be the texture.. I don't like baked parmesan cheese. I think next time I might substitute all the parm cheese with something else.
My son made these for Easter and they were awesome!!! We used panko crumbs too!
Loved this idea. Got great comments all around. I had a bit of trouble with the shape holding too. I used panko breadcrumbs and half cheddar.
We needed something quick to take to a get together this afternoon and had everything to make this (including panko) and was surprised how easy this went together and how good they tasted - full of flavor and really not so spicy they would burn. Mine took about 20 minutes to brown nicely, they didn't stay round for me, kind of flattened on the bottom, but hey; who cares about that. Wish I'd followed fwgal's idea and doubled these to freeze half to have on hand when unexpected company come around. Thanks for posting and sharing this winner.
Big hit at the poker party! Used the recipe as stated except I had Italian breadcrumbs. Used 2 fresh jalapenos, one with seeds, one deseeded. The spice level was good for the guests at the party, not too spicy. For my own preference though, I may add more jalapeno or cayenne to spice it up a little next time.
very yummy!! made for the super bowl and the recipe was requested multiple times!
These were great! I used low fat cream cheese, approx. 4 Tbsp of diced jalapenos and Panko breadcrumbs-otherwise I followed recipe as written. Contrary to the problem several reviewers had with shape retention, I had absolutely no problems with that. I also ended up baking them for a bit longer than was stated to achieve that golden brown look. Will DEFINITELY be making these again! Thank you, Hey Jude (take a sad song and make it better...) :-)
Not quite hot enough, and I would probaby substitute some shredded mexican blend cheese for part of the parmesan next time. Overall, very good. Made for the 6th annual Fukaitis Halloween Party in order to use left over jalapenos. Very good; even held well in a warming dish!
Easy and very tasty! Made these last night to bring to a party and they were a hit! Followed some suggestions: added 4 oz. parm, 4 oz. mexican cheese blend, doubled the jalepenos, onion powder and panko bread crumbs (used Italian because it's what I had on hand). Baked them longer and didn't have any problem with them holding there shape. Thanks for a great recipe!