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Unread 09-19-2010, 01:50 PM   #1
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Hit the store yesterday and among other things, got a whole bag of jalapeno peppers ($1.92 for a big bag, a steal). So I decided to try making poppers:

Jalapeno Poppers ala BTCG

1 cup cream cheese spread
1/4 cup freshly diced dill
2 tbs McCormick's lemon butter
12 half-slices of bacon
12 toothpicks (soak in a cup of water)

Blend it well using a spoon.

Clean and core 12 large jalapeno peppers making sure to remove all seeds and any white veins. Pay special attention to the tip at the very bottom of the inside of the pepper: the better you clean them, the better the flavor. Fill each pepper with the blend, and wrap a piece of bacon over each pepper, securing the bacon to the pepper with a toothpick. Use fresh bacon: mine was a few weeks old and a bit moist for my liking, but good, nonetheless.

Smoke for an hour @ 225 - or - cook in a pre-heated oven: 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes. Remove and allow to cool.


Peppers stuffed and placed on a rack


Removed from oven and cooling


A happy Mrs. BTCG - cleaned well enough that even she could eat em

These were a HUGE hit with the Missus and my 20 yr old & his bass player as we watched the first quarter of the Ravens/Bengals.

Wednesday night will most likely be the first televised hockey game this season (Penguins(holding my nose) vs Red Wings)... think I'll make up two dozen for the occasion!
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The only problem I see with there are not enough of them! Looking good.
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Looking good there.
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The only problem I see with there are not enough of them! Looking good.

LOL,

I agree. Would have loved more... but I'll admit, they are a lot of work, but worth it. I've got a lot of uncooked peppers left, but I think I'm gonna hit the store tomorrow and get me another bag or 2 of them peppers, while they're in season. YUM!
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Bill is the McCormick's Lemon Butter a Liquid, paste, or a stick. I have never used it before. Thanks
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Lookin' good!
ABT's.....love 'em. My favorite BBQ snack I think.
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Bill is the McCormick's Lemon Butter a Liquid, paste, or a stick. I have never used it before. Thanks

Paul,

It comes in a bottle:



I use it pretty much on salmon, but it's good on many other things. I must say, pretty much anything McCormick makes is good.

If you didn't have this, you could substitute:

1 tbs butter
1 tbs lemon juice
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Thanks Bill, I have never seen it before but I will go and give the stores a look see and if they have it I will pick up a jar. Thanks
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Thanks Bill, I have never seen it before but I will go and give the stores a look see and if they have it I will pick up a jar. Thanks
It's really good stuff Paul, and it's available in all of the super markets. Another thing, I liked the color it gave the spread too. I'll marinate my salmon with it for a few hours before grilling: tasty results every time.
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Nice! I haven't done ABT's in a while. I think it's time for a batch..... I've been doing Moink balls these last few times.
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