How to make it

  • Rinse and Cut the Jalapeno in half leaving the stem on one side of the pepper for a handle.Use a small spoon to remove the seads and then cut away the remaining veins.
  • Mix the cheddar and cream cheese together and set aside to get to room tempture.Cut each piece of bacon in half. Fry the bacon until it is half cooked.Fill each pepper with the cheese mixture so it is level across the pepper.
  • Wrap each pepper with a half piece of pepper bacon using a tooth pick to hold together. Bake at 425 in the oven for 10 to 12 minutes until browned. Remove from oven and serve.

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  • mclaugd2 10 years ago
    I highly recommend that you wear gloves whenever handling or de-seeding hot peppers, lest your hands burn regrettably for days.
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  • peetabear 11 years ago
    sounds GREAT. will be giving these a try..
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  • jess 11 years ago
    Sounds interesting...I'll have to try this one and I love spicy.
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  • robertg 11 years ago
    had this once and loved it,will be making my oun now, thanks for the post...chow
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  • krumkake 11 years ago
    Hot - and TASTY! Thanks...I just saw something on a menu at lunch today that looked like this, and it looked mouth-watering good - nice post for the upcoming party season!
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  • trackwidow 11 years ago
    This does sound yummy. Hot too!
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  • organicmama 11 years ago
    Well it does sound hot. Thanks for sharing.
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