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Old 08-16-2008, 12:17 PM   #1
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ISO Krab salad stuffed Jalapeno

the store up the street ( Albertsons) used to have Krab Salad.

I've tried a few recipes, but seem to be missing it...

it was sort of "sweet", with not much veggies ( most recipes call for celery, onion, etc)..maybe very finely minced..

it was creamy, prob mayo or even Miracle Whip, maybe "sweet pickle relish?"

It's a "guilty" pleasure on crackers...

but my 2nd Q. is how to stuff Jalapeno peppers? it seems like many recipes call for fresh? I don't think that will work..

shouldn't be it halved "canned Pickled peppers?"

I made these once, some years ago and wish I had written it down... this will be an appetizer for an outdoor BBQ..

they're HOT, but work well in the Tx. heat..

Thanks, Eric, Austin Tx.


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Old 08-16-2008, 02:03 PM   #2
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Albertson's simply uses the krab, green onions (the green part only), and mayo.

To me, the sweet would come from the krab itself. Anyway, that's all the ingredients I found when I did a search. Just make sure you don't put too much mayo in it or it may overpower that sweetness.

Are your peppers going to be grilled? If so, I would say fresh jalapenos are in order. If they are not grilled I think roasting your own peppers over a gas stove flame or even under a broiler would help tone them down heat wise. I'm just not sure about the canned pickled jalapenos - it just doesn't "sound" right for some reason.

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