I was just adding this recipe, and ran a search and it's so similar I won't post mine, which has some slight differences (3/4 C Sour Cream, 3 Cups flour, 2 Tbsp sugar, and a full cup of cheese, other that it's all the same) I've been using this for YEARS, and it's one of my very favorite breads. We like to up the jalapenos and also toss in some habaneros. This is some seriously good bread!
I doubled this recipe since I had a 2lb sized bread machine. It was delicious! The taste/consistency was like a potato bread, which is always good. I used hotter peppers but it still wasn't horribly burning or anything - just smokey good! I would DEFINITELY use this as a sandwich bread too...with turkey and avocado - delish!
Delicious bread especially toasted. My machine does not have a crust button so the next time<br/>I made it I just shortened the bake cycle 10 minutes & it came out perfect. The ist time the<br/>crust was too dark.
This is the 1st time I have ever written a review. I followed the recipe & it turned out perfectly. My family devoured it with soup. Thank-you for sharing.
This bread was DELICIOUS! I freaked out and added an extra 1/4 cup of sour cream and 1/4 cup of water as it looked too dry as it entered it's 2nd kneading cycle.. But everyone loved it!
This bread was delicious! I doubled the amount of jalepe?o and I wish I would have increased the cheese a little more as well simply because I love jalepe?os and cheese! I used splenda instead of real sugar. It turned out amazing! I can't wait to make this again!
This bread is mouth watering and so easy to throw together!!! The only thing I changed was that I put about twice as many jalepenos. PERFECT!
Delicious! I tried a slight variation which was also good. I used homemade chipotle (smoked jalapeÃ±os) instead of of raw peppers and it came out great! A wonderful smokey flavored bread. Sliced thin, toasted and spread with your favorite soft cheese, it's a meal in itself. Don't forget the wine!
Really great! I loved the fresh jalapenos and cheese! I only needed to use two peppers to equal the 2 Tablespoons of diced peppers. No leftovers - need I say more?
Easy and delicious.