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Old 02-17-2013, 08:35 PM
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How about a little snack?

How about some very easy, simple jalepeno poppers?

Take however many peppers you want, slice them in half, cut all the seeds out, take cream cheese and fill the pepper halves up. Then wrap them in bacon and set them in the oven on 400 untill they are crisp.

Takes about 45min total from first cut to first bite. Not much mess eiether.

jalepenos here are about $1.50 a pound (Normally about 12 peppers), cream cheese you can pick up for about the same price, the bacon, I just buy the cheapest stuff there, normally about $5 a pack.

Minimal cost- excellent taste!

Works great with habeneros too. Caution: what burns going in always burns coming out.... LOL
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Sounds good. Might have to try this out.
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They are! Here's a pic

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i gotta try this... anyone got a really good fried wanton recipe?
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Thanks man I got some leftover bacon and some jalapenos. I know what I'm doing tomorrow
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i gotta try this... anyone got a really good fried wanton recipe?
Yes please!
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Thanks man I got some leftover bacon and some jalapenos. I know what I'm doing tomorrow
Do it! Enjoy!
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Wontons like the kind in soup but fried?
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Looks good, when I make my poppers I put a slice of deer/elk meat in the middle instead of the cream cheese then I put them on the grill...,mmmmmmm
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Looks good, when I make my poppers I put a slice of deer/elk meat in the middle instead of the cream cheese then I put them on the grill...,mmmmmmm
that sounds amazing!!!
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