Jalapeno Poppers that Will Pop Your Taste Buds!

by Judith
(Mulino, Oregon)

Take your jalapenos and clean out seeds and membranes. I also rinse them in iced water to remove some of the "HOT" oils.


Next, cut them in half, and layer:

swiss cheese
one large shrimp
2 waterchestnuts
cream cheese
swiss cheese

Then, top it with the other half of the jalapeno and wrap in bacon.

Cook on the outside grill until bacon is crisp. Then top with barbecue sauce and continue cooking until sauce is kind of caramelized.

These disappear so quickly that it's almost magic.

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I made these for a barbecue party for my water aerobics class. There's a lot of them who are in their 70's and 80's and so I only made 25 thinking they wouldn't eat them. WOW--they were fighting over them! One 88 years old woman said, "Okay, who stole that last popper? I was just thinking about getting another one."

The guy who took it hid it behind his back and then turned around and popped it into his mouth, and chewed wildly.

I about died laughing.

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Jalapeno Poppers That Will Pop Your Taste Buds
by: Rockin Robin

Thanks for your comment Judith! I really enjoyed it! Lol. Thanks for sharing!

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