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Loved these sammies; they are spectacular! I followed you roasting technique for the peppers in the toaster oven, and that worked out GREAT! I have to admit that I added a few bacon crumbles, for a more hearty sandwich. I also put cream cheese on both in-sides of the bread, to help adhere the cheddar shreds. The tortilla crumbs give a super crunch, and DH already asked when I was fixing this again! Thanks, GailAnn, for sharing a wonderful nosh that I will fix repeatedly. (Schmear, roast, repeat!)
Loved these!!!! I split my jalapenos in half and and then charred them in a cast iron skillet on both sides, pressing down so that the were flat. I only peeled a little of the skin off after steaming in a bag. But gave up, and they were just fine with the skin on. They were so sweet tasting!! Loved this with some tomato soup.
This was filling and fabulous! I used texas toast and chive and onion cream cheese for a delicious final product. I also skipped the peppers in bag step and just sliced them right on the baking sheet and put them straight on the bread.
this is an awesome sandwich i just used pickled jalapeno slices with sour dough great for lent fast and just plain good
Followed this exactly, as the jalapeno was calling out gently to me. My crumbs were pretty fine, so had no trouble having them adhere to the miche bread I used. A delightful sandwich that did in fact, taste like a jalapeno popper! Who knew! Thanks for recipe! Yum-O.
Yum, this is such a fun grilled cheese! Even with deseeding, broiling and peeling the jalapenos, the ones I had were still spicy, so the cheese was a nice compliment to the peppers. I used the tortilla crumbs, which were a great addition. I used neufchatel cheese and low fat shredded cheese with success. Thanks for sharing! ZWT8
Phenomenal! The bestest! It must be said that since I don't have access to fresh jalapenos, I used pickled sliced ones, mine were done much faster and I can only imagine what am I missing.