I have made this once and will make again with tweaks: the filling needs to be spread on thicker all the way to the edge and I will add a little hot sauce to the mix and less jalepeno. Definately something to play around with because it is really good!
Just deliscious! They were so easy and i can't wait to try my own variations. will be a must serve for any party.
These were really easy. I used a combination of jalapeno and green pepper and also substituted the cilantro with spinach. These had a subtle bite and were enjoyed at the family Christmas potluck!
Super good! I brought this to a pot luck...everyone raved! A few tips..be sure to not use a greased baking sheet, I think this hinders the rolls from puffing up. I roasted my jalapeÃ±os just in case there was anyone that didn't like heat; very good idea...but next time I would kick it up a notch and add a few more tablespoons to add more flavor without the heat. Thanks Chef :0)
This was sooo good! I will use the filling for dips. To please my need to add garlic to almost everything, I used Pillsbury's garlic butter crescent dough. It was great!! Thanks!
Yummy!!! I loved the mild heat in these... they were a hit! They were very easy to throw together for a delicious appetizer - Great Recipe!
This appetizer was one of the most flavorful things I've ever eaten! Thank you so much for the recipe!
Yum! After seeing mydesigirl's photo in the recipe swap, I had to try these. We don't have refrigerated crescent dinner rolls in a can in Australia so I use Kittencal's Soft Tender Crescent Rolls, it worked really well. I left out the cooked chicken to make it vegetarian but other then this I kept to the recipe. We all enjoyed them, thank you PaulaG
These were awesome! I couldn't use cilantro because the store was out but it didn't even matter...they lacked no flavor. The only thing that I would do next time is to bake on some parchment paper. I had a bit of an issue with them sticking. I served with salsa to dip them in. Thank you so much for posting!! :) Made for photo swap '08.