Try a 'stuffed jalapenos' search at cooks.com, you'll get a nice variety of
recipes and ideas you've never thought of.
A computer once beat in a game of chess.
But it was no match for me in kick boxing.
Poppers are easy to make, but the ones you get at resturants are made with
pickled jalapenos. The pickling makes them a little softer for biting into and
makes them alot milder. Basically, you cut the tops off of them, get the crap
out of the inside, fill it with cream cheese. Then you dip the suckers in a
mixture of beaten eggs with a little bit of milk. Next roll them in flour,
then in breadcrumbs. Pop them in the fryer at about 375 to 400 for a few
minutes. If you are using fresh jalapenos they will be WAY hotter than the
ones you are used to but should still be tasty. now all ya need is some of
that wierd hot berry sauce and youre all set :)
We've had success breading morel mushrooms and freezing them. (We pick them
by the bushel-full in rural Iowa timber every year.) Dip them in egg, and
then roll in cracker crumbs and freeze separately on a cookie sheet before
placing in zipper bags. Then, we can fry them straight from the freezer.
I'm sure you could do poppers the same way. Making me hungry!
As I understand it from other discussions, the main problem is getting
batter to stick to the slick jalapeno skin. Roughing up with sandpaper
has been suggested. And of course, roasting and skinning before
battering/breading would do, too.
Search Google for
"jalapeno poppers" recipe
On 22 Aug 2003 00:51:18 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Allview) wrote:
Try some Atomic Buffalo Turds. I've heard they're mighty tasty. I'm
sorry I can't vouch for them myself yet, but I'm anxious to try them
soon. One recipe can be found at
http://www.biggreenegg.com/recipes/newRecipes/sides0297.htm and there's
many more showing up on Google.
Caught a fragment of 'Emeril' last night -- segment called "Baked, not
fried." So if you don't *have* to deep-fry 'em, check out
(Also methods/recipes for baked potato and sweet-potato chips. Wonder
if this would work for taro, too.)
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