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Old Fri, Aug-11-06, 14:07
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I can't wait to try these, going to make 'em tomorrow
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Old Fri, Aug-11-06, 16:58
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These are fantastic. A quicker way to do it is instead of wrapping in raw bacon, you can roll the cream cheese filled side in store bought bacon pieces (already cooked and crumbled) and then bake. I think they are just as yummy this way and you don't have to wait for the bacon to cook.


That's an intersting idea. Too bad I never have any left over bacon, because that would be a great way to use it!
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Old Sat, Aug-12-06, 16:14
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They were yummie!! 3 left, taking to work tomorrow w/ my lunch

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Old Sat, Aug-12-06, 19:34
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Yum!!! How long did you cook them? Did you broil as well as bake them?
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Old Sun, Aug-13-06, 03:28
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was thick bacon, took 25 minutes to cook ... was about to broil them cause the bacon was taking so long, but didn't
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...I've heard stories of certain....er....southern regions being badly affected by unwashed pepper hands.


Um, yes. A couple of people I know on another board had this problem once (one was a lady, one was a man).

I'm not even sure how the topic came up.......
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We had a bake sell at work to help support one of our coworkers who was diagnosed with cancer. The only sugar free item there was some jalapeno poppers made just like this. Unfortunetly the sell went auction style, and I was outbid from the start. I was allowed to try one though from the person who bought the plate full.

I went out and bought myself some medical supply gloves, jalapenos, and have the cream cheese and bacon on hand. Now all I need is some time to actually be able to cook them.
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Old Mon, Sep-11-06, 11:49
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And yet another slight variation. I nuke the bacon because I like mine well done and crispy, then crumble it, mix it with the cream cheese, and stuff the seeded pepper before popping them in the oven. Voila!
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Old Wed, Jan-04-17, 15:52
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Default Stuffed Jalapenos

Love those cream cheese stuffed Jalapenos. Been making them for years! Here is an additional tip...in addition to a foil wrapped pan, place them on a cooling wrack on top of the pan so that they do not sit in the fat and air flow can crisp all around. I put them on a gas grill for 45 minutes and walk away.
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I've used this recipe for years, it's pretty good too and very easy.

Sometimes I just cut strips of bacon and lay across the top and put the oven on broil for the last 5 minutes.

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/83500/...ffed-jalapenos/
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I'm going to be trying a variation on these this weekend. I can't believe I never heard of this until a few days ago - and there's only one mention of it on this forum - but a guy on my gardening forum grew a ton of huge jalapenos and turned them into something he called ABTs. I had to google it to figure out what he was talking about. Atomic Buffalo Turds.


I'm not a big fan of smoked sausage, but I love Johnsonville's cheddar smoked sausage, so I'll probably buy some of those and cut them to an appropriate size.

I don't have a smoker, so I'll have to do them in the oven. Smoker might be the next foodie toy I get... seeing as there's no more room in my kitchen and I'll have to expand into the yard. Haha.
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Atomic Buffalo Turds... I love it!

Walmart's jalapeno's are always huge so I have avoided getting them there, (also I get them cheaper at the farmers market). Now I want to try this recipe with some of those huge peppers They are big enough I could probably put 2 or 3 little smokie's in there end to end and then wrap an entire strip of bacon around.
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Old Sun, Nov-05-17, 22:40
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2 (12 ounce) packages ground sausage 2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, softened 30 jalapeno chile peppers 1 pound sliced bacon, cut in half Add all ingredients to list

Sausage Stuffed Jalapenos

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).
Place ground sausage in a large, deep skillet. Cook over medium high heat until evenly brown.
Drain sausage and place in a medium bowl. Mix with the cream cheese.
Cut jalapenos in half lengthwise. Remove the seeds. Stuff each jalapeno half with equal portions of the sausage and cream cheese mixture. Wrap with half slices of bacon. Secure bacon with toothpicks.
Arrange wrapped jalapenos in a large, shallow baking dish. Bake in the preheated oven 20 minutes, or until the bacon is evenly brown
I used Chorizo, sooooooo good!!
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