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Jalapeño Poppers

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Our sports bar-worthy appetizer looks complicated, but trust us: These are as easy to make as they are to pop in your mouth. You'll love this spicy, crispy starter.
30 min
45 min
24 servings
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I actually have not tried this recipe, but I have my own recipe which is similar. However, I mix grated cheese and cream cheese (no bacon) and dip in beaten egg then roll in panko. If I extra peppers in my garden, I prepare them as if to cook and place them in a single layer on a cookie sheet and freeze, then place them in freezer bags. I also do banana peppers this way and they are awesome. I plan to try this recipe.
Awesome! I grow my peppers so this was a breeze for me. I am also freezing some to see how yummmmy they will be. THANKS
The filling was great..Did not try the crackers as coating but tried fish fry, bread crumbs, and double dipped in both but when put in the skillet the coating came right off =/. I instead cut the peppers as small little bite sized poppers. Not too hopeful about making again anytime soon but maybe sometime in the future. Again very good, just have to get the coating to stick.
I am basing this review on my husbands love for this dish. I am not a fan of jalapeno's so I make it for him. He beg's me to make it all the time!
these are wonderful! i did modify it slightly. i mixed some horseradish sauce in cream cheese then stuffed them. after many tries with these i discovered that after you stuff them, use some of the cream cheese mixture to coat the pepper then freeze for about 30-60 minutes then continue to coat them with the breading. i double dipped mine to make the coating thicker and so that it covered more of the pepper as well!
YUMMY!!!!!! Batter didn't stick well, but the taste was wonderful.
these look real great i deffinately will make real soon!!
I made a lot of changes after reading the reviews, but I liked what I ended up with! Left the bacon out of the filling and wrapped the stuffed jalapeno halves with it - 1/2 piece around each pepper half. Then, instead of frying them I baked them @ 400 for about 30 minutes. Mmmm.
Easy & yummy! I used panko bread crumbs instead of crackers-worked really well! I use a knife & spoon when getting the seeds out or jalapenos, doesnt hurt your hands! way better than store bought!
I made these, w/o the breading. I just fried them in the bacon grease. They were so good. And I especially loved the creamy insides. Store bought does not compare.
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