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Cheese & Bacon Jalapeño Rellenos

Cheese & Bacon Jalapeño Rellenos recipe
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A cross between rellenos and poppers, stuffed jalapeños filled with creamy cheese and crunchy bacon aren’t for the faint of heart or tongue.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
18 servings
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posted:
10/15/2008
My husband and i loved these. Awesome appetizer.
posted:
10/6/2008
Quick, easy, and very tasty!!!
posted:
9/27/2008
I made these today for snacks while we were putting up our Halloween decorations. I used the long green chiles so they had a kick to them as well, but the inside flavors were teriffic.I will make these again for guest who like it spicy!!
posted:
9/5/2008
This was so good!! I will make them again!
posted:
8/19/2008
These are yummy!
posted:
8/13/2008
These were a big hit at our family get together! I did pre-bake the peppers for a few minutes before filling them with the cheese mixture (as recommended by some of the rating responses).
posted:
8/12/2008
This recipe looked like it would perfectly fit my tastes! Unfortunately the actual jalapenos didn't turn out how I wanted. I was hoping for a crunchy baked flavor as opposed to soggy veggie flavor. Ick. I will try making these again and may omit the baking part so I can keep the crunch :-)
posted:
6/29/2008
This recipe was great and my friends all love it.
posted:
6/19/2008
DELICIOUS!!!!!!
posted:
6/18/2008
This was the hit at a cinco de mayo party. The second time I made it, I boiled the peppers for a few minutes first, then halved and seeded them when they were cool. After I filled them, I put them in an aluminum pan and put them on the grill. They were great! Now they are a standard at my barbeques
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