This is very similiar to one offered by one of the local grocery stores here. Except they charge you almost $10.00 for it. Our family always makes an assortment of "finger foods" for our get-togethers. This is a good choice for grazing at a party! Please note that the prep/cook time does not include refrigeration time.
This tastes just like one of those frozen stuffed Jalapenos from the grocery store. You can change the amount of jalapenos used here to suit your tastebuds. Personally, I like it spicer, but I made it for a family get-together and they are "sissies" when it comes spicy food! Please note that the prep/cook time does not include the refrigeration time.
My fiancee loves to grab a hot pocket for a snack when he comes home from work. Once I figured out how easy these were to make at home, I quit buying the ones from the store! You can sub any ingredients you would like to. I've made them as a "hand-held" taco, pizza, and buffalo chicken. You can also change the size you cut them, too. The larger they are, the easier they are to stuff!
When the price of Mayo (and everything else, for that matter) started to go up, I figured it was a good time to start making what I could, instead of going the easy route and buy it from the store. I got this keeper from Chef Gordon Ramsay's video on YouTube.
This is a take on the O'Charley's dip of the same name. It's a huge hit at all of our family get togethers. My family likes this so much, we've actually made a whole meal of it! This can also easily be doubled (or even tripled).
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