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Old 05-17-2008, 02:13 PM   #31
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not sure where the name came from ..
what they are though ..
take jalapenos cut off the top and clean ribs and seeds out ..
take a package of cream cheese and mix with 1lb cooked breakfast
sausage or if you have left over pulled pork that works well ..
stuff cream cheese mixture into peppers and then wrap
with bacon .. put a toothpick through them to hold the
bacon in place ...
grill indirectly for 25-35 mins. or until the bacon is crisp ..
make a lot of them .. they go fast .. and are good heated up
the next day ..
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Old 05-17-2008, 02:19 PM   #32
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Old 05-17-2008, 02:19 PM   #33
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not sure where the name came from ..
what they are though ..
take jalapenos cut off the top and clean ribs and seeds out ..
take a package of cream cheese and mix with 1lb cooked breakfast
sausage or if you have left over pulled pork that works well ..
stuff cream cheese mixture into peppers and then wrap
with bacon .. put a toothpick through them to hold the
bacon in place ...
grill indirectly for 25-35 mins. or until the bacon is crisp ..
make a lot of them .. they go fast .. and are good heated up
the next day ..
A friend of mine makes these wrapping them with a very thin slice of venison (equivalent to flank steak) that has been marinated in pineapple juice versus the bacon - they are awesome! I don't think he uses any sausage though - just the jalapeņo chunk with pineapple piece and then wrapped, toothpick holds together, then grilled. So many variations - so little time......
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Old 05-17-2008, 02:34 PM   #34
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Isn't there a version where a small cocktail weiner is placed in the cream cheese...maybe bacon wrapped too...I think Qsis (Miss Lee) said something about them one time...I've never made them.....but sounded interesting...
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Old 05-17-2008, 02:40 PM   #35
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Isn't there a version where a small cocktail weiner is placed in the cream cheese...maybe bacon wrapped too...I think Qsis (Miss Lee) said something about them one time...I've never made them.....but sounded interesting...
Yep - that is yet another version. We need to have an ABT cook-off - UB, get the coals ready!!!!
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I was leafing through one of those old "throwaway" recipe magazines this morning and found a recipe that I will absolutely make the next time I have a bunch of people over for a barbecue (which will be in just a few weeks):

Black Bean and Rice Stuffed Peppers

1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
3/4 cup cooked white rice
4 medium green onions, sliced
1/4 cup fresh cilantro
2 TBS vegetable oil
2 TBS lime juice
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
1/4 tsp salt
3 large bell peppers (1 green, one yellow, 1 red) cut lengthwise in half and seeds removed
1 roma tomato, diced

Mix rice, beans, onions, cilantro, oil, lime juice, garlic and salt. Fill peppers with bean mixture and wrap in foil. Put on grill for about 20-30 minutes until done. (Or, you could cook them in the oven). Garnish with chopped tomato and additional cilantro

I think these sound really good. Think I will add more garlic and maybe some cheese would be a nice addition as well.
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Black Bean and Rice Stuffed Peppers
I've made something very similar with the addition of cubed jack cheese - these are VERY good!!!!
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Old 05-17-2008, 03:04 PM   #38
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i often make a mac salad , with a mexican flair.
diced green chilis
cheese grated
taco seasoning
mac. cooked
onions
little mayo
anything else u like can be put in it.
chopped red or green peppers
olives, chopped

better made the night before.
when serving may need to add bit more mayo

made this once for a bbq and grandson said "grandma u could sell this" high praise indeed!

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