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scottlang
11-25-2012, 17:47
This is what my wife's stuffed jalapenos are. Take a jalapeno cut off the stem end, cut in half long ways fill with cream cheese then wrap in bacon cook at 325 until crispy. We are having a family party and I just had over a dozen, can't eat just one

el_jewapo
11-25-2012, 17:53
I'll see your bacon wrapped crack and raise you bacon wrapped crack with a black tar heroin center. (AKA a little smoky inside)

Tim151515
11-25-2012, 17:57
pictures of said dish or you are a filthy liar.

Anon1
11-25-2012, 18:01
I made some today also. I add onion, garlic, seeds from a couple of the peppers, a little of the red rooster, and bits of cooked bacon to the cream cheese stuffing.

Paul_J
11-25-2012, 18:01
That's pretty much a staple in my house!

GreenDrake
11-25-2012, 18:01
Halved, cream cheese, little smokie, wrapped in bacon coated in brown sugar, turbinado and cayenne and smoked for two hours at 225

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v462/motorcade1/Food%20Porn/P4020003.jpg

scottlang
11-25-2012, 18:09
pictures of said dish or you are a filthy liar.

None left we made about 100 and they are all gone, putting these in front of my family is like putting a pork chop in front of a bunch of starving pitbulls.

Johnspark
11-25-2012, 18:19
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We grow our own!

Adjuster
11-25-2012, 18:26
I have seen these for years but I think its finally time to make my first batch. Should it be cream cheese or cheddar? Or a mix?


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Anon1
11-25-2012, 18:31
I have seen these for years but I think its finally time to make my first batch. Should it be cream cheese or cheddar? Or a mix?


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You can mix other cheese in with the cream cheese but I don't think that cheddar is right for this. You should use mainly cream cheese. I sometimes sprinkle a little 4 cheese mexican shredded on before the bacon wrap.

michael e
11-25-2012, 18:32
I love these things. But after about 20 along with alot of beer the next day isn't so fun. You think I would learn my leason but it's so hard to walk away from them.
Add shrimp to them from time to time to change it up.

el_jewapo
11-25-2012, 18:33
I have seen these for years but I think its finally time to make my first batch. Should it be cream cheese or cheddar? Or a mix?


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Both are awesome! I'd mix it up and see what you like best. I think I prefer cream cheese for bacon wrapped/grilled. Cheddar for deep fried.

TheExplorer
11-25-2012, 18:34
Yum, yum, yum. I just had honey smoked bacon wrapped apricots. Also yum, yum yum.

Gallium
11-25-2012, 19:33
http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a262/Johnspark/IMG_1365.jpg


http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a262/Johnspark/IMG_1369.jpg

We grow our own!

Atf is going to be all up on your ass in a short while son. Also the DEA, FDA and the CDC as well as the DHHS and ODP :supergrin:

Mrs. VR
11-25-2012, 19:40
I mix cream cheese and cheddar, and it has to be whipped cc, don't ask me why. They are the BEST after they have sat in the fridge for a day or so, hooboy!!!

Johnspark
11-25-2012, 19:41
Atf is going to be all up on your ass in a short while son. Also the DEA, FDA and the CDC as well as the DHHS and ODP :supergrin:

I'll be MIA....:wavey:

Averageman
11-25-2012, 19:44
I came here expecting a Bikini made from pork products.

Johnspark
11-25-2012, 19:51
I came here expecting a Bikini made from pork products.

Someone will dig up that picture...I've seen it before.:faint:

HollowHead
11-25-2012, 19:52
And it burns, burns, burns a ring of fire, a ring of fire. HH

fowl intent
11-25-2012, 19:58
Those sound good, but let me make a suggestion. Instead of the cream cheese, fill the jalapenos with a raw, peeled shrimp, wrap w/ bacon, marinate in soy sauce for a few hours then bake at 350 degrees until the bacon is done. Indescribably delicious!

vafish
11-25-2012, 20:00
This is what my wife's stuffed jalapenos are. Take a jalapeno cut off the stem end, cut in half long ways fill with cream cheese then wrap in bacon cook at 325 until crispy. We are having a family party and I just had over a dozen, can't eat just one

We BBQ brethren call them Atomic Buffalo Turds or ABT for short.

They are even better if you mix in some cheddar cheese and BBQ rub with the cream cheese and put them in the smoker at 275 for 90 minutes.

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Berto
11-25-2012, 20:09
And it burns, burns, burns a ring of fire, a ring of fire. HH

No kidding.

http://pics.blameitonthevoices.com/042009/small_monkey%20butt%20inspector.jpg

Steel Head
11-25-2012, 20:17
Halved, cream cheese, little smokie, wrapped in bacon coated in brown sugar, turbinado and cayenne and smoked for two hours at 225

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v462/motorcade1/Food%20Porn/P4020003.jpg

:eat:

ca survivor
11-26-2012, 06:59
No kidding.

http://pics.blameitonthevoices.com/042009/small_monkey%20butt%20inspector.jpg
:rofl::rofl::rofl:

GreenDrake
11-26-2012, 07:24
One thing to remember, if you are going to smoke these or even pre prep them, do not pack them in brown sugar until you are about to get cooking. Brown sugar liquefies on bacon fairly quickly, you want that candy coating. Another fun thing is to just take whatever cheeses and mixes, hummus, whatever you can put into a gallon ziploc bag and cut out the bottom corner to make a poor mans pastry bag, and go to town. Hard to screw these things up. If you don't like heat then soak the jalapenos in milk for a couple hours before smoking them up. These go like wildfire at parties. I mean within minutes they are all gone.

Big Bird
11-26-2012, 07:37
Try Bacon Wrapped dates... Buy whole pitted dates. Wrap them in some bacon and use a toothpick. Bake at 350 until the bacon is cooked. Awesome combination of sweet smoky and salty....

GreenDrake
11-26-2012, 07:40
Bacon and fruits are nom nom. I love prosciutto wrapped cantaloupe.

catalyst686
11-26-2012, 07:46
Damn that sounds good.

acaligunner
11-26-2012, 11:19
I made these and oh boy, tasted like a little bit of heaven.

Simple to make, and very yummy.

ABT "Atomic Buffalo Turds" Jalapeno Poppers - YouTube

skinny99
11-26-2012, 12:51
We make those and grill them all the time. They are awesome. They are always a big hit at parties and BBQ's.

The wife just made a new thing for an appetizer for Thanksgiving. She baked some bacon until it was about half done, then chopped it up into little pieces, she then chopped up a jalapeno up in to little pieces. Put both in a pan with some olive oil and garlic salt and cooked until the jalapeno was cooked. She then took the Pillsbury Croissant rolls and laid them all out flat on a baking sheet. Spread cream cheese on the dough and then covered that with the jalapeno/bacon combo. Rolled them up and baked them in the oven as per the directions. She sprinkled some "4 cheese/mexican cheese" shredded cheese on top with about 1 minute to go. They are amazing also. They were even good cold the next day. Easy to make also.

Bren
11-26-2012, 12:57
This is what my wife's stuffed jalapenos are. Take a jalapeno cut off the stem end, cut in half long ways fill with cream cheese then wrap in bacon cook at 325 until crispy. We are having a family party and I just had over a dozen, can't eat just one

A while back, my sister in law took duck that my brother killed and stuffed pieces of duck with jalapeno, then wrapped it in bacon and grilled it. It was pretty good.

Adjuster
11-26-2012, 15:03
I just purchased my ingredients. I also got some canned pineapple chunks because of the fruit mentioned in the thread. Thought I would try a few with peppers, cheese, pineapple and bacon. Also going to try some on the grill and some in the convection broiler.


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byf43
11-26-2012, 15:54
Halved, cream cheese, little smokie, wrapped in bacon coated in brown sugar, turbinado and cayenne and smoked for two hours at 225

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v462/motorcade1/Food%20Porn/P4020003.jpg


That looks and sounds delicious!

That stuff would send me to the ER.
Diverticulitis and Diverticulosis is not fun.:steamed:

el_jewapo
11-26-2012, 17:19
Here's one I've been meaning to try, but haven't gotten around to it yet. Anyone made any of these?

Adjuster
11-26-2012, 18:05
On the grill now. Cooking them is a little difficult as you apparently can't turn them over to grill on both sides? At least not without a loss of cheesy goodness.



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Adjuster
11-26-2012, 18:11
Dang looking at the picture in the roasting pan I may have assembled mine wrong. I cut the peppers in half then filled each half with ingredients and wrapped a half in bacon. It looks like the ones in the picture the two halfs were reassembled.


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Johnspark
11-26-2012, 18:17
Split open down one side and close with bacon and toothpick, or cut the stem end off and hollow out the core, fill with cheesy goodness and wrap over with bacon. Rolling is then a none issue.

USMCgs3
11-26-2012, 18:21
I love these things. But after about 20 along with alot of beer the next day isn't so fun. You think I would learn my leason but it's so hard to walk away from them.
Add shrimp to them from time to time to change it up.

I always pay the next day at work, 12 hour shift spent mostly in the bathroom... But dang they are good!


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Adjuster
11-26-2012, 18:35
Ok here is my first attempt!



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vafish
11-26-2012, 18:47
Dang looking at the picture in the roasting pan I may have assembled mine wrong. I cut the peppers in half then filled each half with ingredients and wrapped a half in bacon. It looks like the ones in the picture the two halfs were reassembled.


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The halfs work fine, just use a covered grill like a weber. Indirect heat is even better.

Adjuster
11-26-2012, 18:53
Wow is all I can say. The ones with a little pineapple chunk inside are incredible. Amazing how soft the pepper gets.


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edcrosbys
11-27-2012, 11:58
cream cheese, some shredded cheddar and some cooked ground sausage is a great filling! We try to make enough to last through the snacking phase with some leftovers to use as burger toppings!!!

JAS104
11-27-2012, 12:02
Halved, cream cheese, little smokie, wrapped in bacon coated in brown sugar, turbinado and cayenne and smoked for two hours at 225

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v462/motorcade1/Food%20Porn/P4020003.jpg


Good lord. I just became a religious man.
Those look intensly good :faint:

XDfense
11-27-2012, 12:35
We mix a little cooked Tennessee Pride breakfast sausage in our cream cheese. Love these going down, hate them coming out.