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Jalapeno poppers advice

  • crawdaddy
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    St. Paul MN
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    #2055009

    I have a rooster thawing out and was gonna try making these. I know it’s a simple recipe, but is there anyone who really has it down? It seems like the more basic the recipe, the more variation comes up when you search it. Not a skewer or kabob either. I have fresh peppers from the garden.

    Thanks in advance!

    onestout
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    Hudson, WI
    Posts: 2480
    #2055015

    We cut the peppers in half, add cream cheese, usually a vegetable cream cheese. Cut the birds breast in strips and put a piece over the cream cheese, then wrap it with a piece of bacon to keep it moist then toss on the weber.

    picklerick
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    Central WI
    Posts: 261
    #2055023

    We cut the peppers in half, add cream cheese, usually a vegetable cream cheese. Cut the birds breast in strips and put a piece over the cream cheese, then wrap it with a piece of bacon to keep it moist then toss on the weber.

    What he said. I use plain cream cheese so I can season it myself. I mix some bbq rub into the cream cheese and/or add very finely diced onion.

    munchy
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    NULL
    Posts: 4629
    #2055068

    I use this recipe.
    http://www.themodernproper.com/jalapeno-poppers

    I also dice a whole jalapeno (or four) up and mix it into the cream cheese mixture. Gives it a good kick since you typically remove the seeds when cleaning.

    Then smoke them.

    tornadochaser
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    Posts: 740
    #2055177

    pre-cook your bacon slightly before wrapping, that way you can get the bacon crispy without overcooking the wild game. Goes for waterfowl, upland, or venison.

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