JALAPENO POPPERS
False
What are you Baking?
JALAPENO POPPERS
Share what's in your oven
I haven't tried this recipe but it was just sent to me by a woman I trust -- she said I just had to try them JALAPENO POPPERS 10 large fresh jalapeno peppers /> 6 oz. cream cheese /> 1 tsp garl
1
Cat:3473a929-a609-4b85-8818-bf915c7505deForum:91055804-2402-46e2-af36-71fbdbf94984
Cat:3473a929-a609-4b85-8818-bf915c7505deForum:91055804-2402-46e2-af36-71fbdbf94984Discussion:e68de81b-61e6-407a-a3ad-b153d91f216f

Forums » Baking Forums » What are you Baking? » JALAPENO POPPERS

You must be logged in to contribute. Log in | Register
 
 First << 1 2
Forums  »  Baking Forums  »  What are you Baking?  »  JALAPENO POPPERS

Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/3/2012 8:59 PM EST
Posts: 7293
First: 6/23/2010
Last: 4/17/2014
I had never seen an avacado until moving to CA in 1971.   So the first ones I saw and tasted were local ....
oh, so good and not expensive.
I worked for a newspaper (Santa Maria Times) and for my lunch hour I'd speed home, make a mixing bowl of guac then head back to the office with the bowl and a bag of chips.

My guac is lots of chopped onions and tomatoes, Tabasco and lemon juice.

Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/4/2012 12:03 AM EST
Posts: 1627
First: 8/9/2008
Last: 6/11/2013
In Response to Re: JALAPENO POPPERS:
In Response to Re: JALAPENO POPPERS : I love avocados so much. I have heard of the ice cream,but haven't seen it around here.Avocados are so good for you too,it contains a lot of fat but it's the heart healthy type.Sometimes when I'm on my low carb diet I eat guacomole with those pork rinds they sell by the chips which is what I'm going to have later for a snack.
Posted by gale g

Gale, I love avocados but have never gotten into pork rinds. When we were at the Riverside Fair and Date
Festival, they had bags and bags of them. There were a lot of people walking around with them.

Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/4/2012 12:13 AM EST
Posts: 1627
First: 8/9/2008
Last: 6/11/2013
In Response to Re: JALAPENO POPPERS:
I had never seen an avacado until moving to CA in 1971.   So the first ones I saw and tasted were local .... oh, so good and not expensive. I worked for a newspaper (Santa Maria Times) and for my lunch hour I'd speed home, make a mixing bowl of guac then head back to the office with the bowl and a bag of chips. My guac is lots of chopped onions and tomatoes, Tabasco and lemon juice.
Posted by Nancy G

Nancy, I have never tried tabasco in guacamole but I will put some in the next  time I make it.
I have had lemon juice in guac before and I like that. One of my friends planted 2 avocado
trees last year.  They are really growing nice and she hopes she will have avocados this
year. I hope she gives me some. Smile









Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/4/2012 7:00 AM EST
Posts: 2515
First: 6/4/2010
Last: 4/17/2014
they are good and hot and my friends love them.

Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/4/2012 7:03 AM EST
Posts: 7293
First: 6/23/2010
Last: 4/17/2014
All  grocery stores all over - North Dakota, Nebraska and Missouri ;- ) - carry avacados but I rarely buy one.  They just aren't very good... too bruised and, well, almost tasteless.    When I just have to have some guac I buy one of tho$e little sealed packages in the produce dept that they call guac.   I add my tomatoes, lemon and tabasco and that will work.

Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/8/2012 5:16 PM EST
Posts: 1035
First: 10/1/2008
Last: 4/17/2014
I tried making these last night, but all the cheesy filling ran out.  Any solutions?  They tasted very good, but were really messy!

Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/8/2012 8:50 PM EST
Posts: 1627
First: 8/9/2008
Last: 6/11/2013
Barbara B,  I don't cut the jalapenos in half. I cut the top off, then cut down
the length of the pepper(one side) almost to the end, remove ribs and seeds,
then fill with the mixture. Take 1 piece of bacon put over the cut part on top
of pepper and cover the part were you cut down the side and cover the end
of the pepper then wrap  the other way( so you are covering the width of the
pepper and holding the long length of bacon in place). I then use 2 toothpicks
to hold the bacon in place. I really stretch the piece of bacon. Place on alum.
foil and grill.  I don't do it in the oven.

Note: Some people cook the bacon half way and then wrap it so the bacon
will be crisp and the cheese does not have time to cook out. I hope that this
will help you!! Enjoy!!

Re: JALAPENO POPPERS

posted at 3/10/2012 6:44 PM EST
Posts: 1035
First: 10/1/2008
Last: 4/17/2014
Thanks, Carol for the suggestions.  I bought extra peppers so that I can try it again.
As to avocado's, I find that the best ones are at Costco.  You need to buy a bag full, but they will keep in the refrigerator for quite a while.  You may need to put them out on the counter for a couple days to ripen, but then put them in the refrigerator.
 First << 1 2

Forums » Baking Forums » What are you Baking? » JALAPENO POPPERS