Saturday, April 18, 2009

Bacon-wrapped Jalapeno


I first saw this recipe on Pioneer Woman's website and literally sprint to the grocery store as soon a I found out how easy this was to make! This has been a regular at our house when we can find fresh jalapeno at the grocery store!

Check out how easy this was to make:
Split the the jalapeno length-wise into two different pieces, seed both halves of the jalapeno (wear gloves!), and fill them with teaspoon of cream cheese. Next, wrap about 2-inch piece of bacon, secure them with tooth pick, and broil them for about 6-8 minutes until the bacon is slightly browned, and the cream cheese is bubbly!

Enjoy!

7 comments:

thecookingnurse said...

We just planted a couple of jalapeno plants, I will have to give this a try!

h2babe said...

Omg, that is too funny! We just bought 2 jalapeno plants yesterday afternoon! We'll have to check back and see how the plants turn out. Thanks!

MartiniMartina said...

Wouldn't these be spicy?

h2babe said...

The white membranes and the seeds are the source of the heat in these peppers. So if you clean them out nice, they will only have a tad of heat.

Joelen said...

This looks delicious and I hope you consider submitting this to April's Foodie Films blogging event where we are featuring Mexican inspired recipes. Details are in my blog's left sidebar :)

prosttothehost said...

Did you make this? Did you like them? What would you change about it. They look great, but want a first hand opinion. :)

h2babe said...

Yes, we make these on a regular basis whenever we can find nice jalapenos at the store and we *LOVE* them. All of our friends love them too! Try them!