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Old 07-25-2008, 09:15 PM   #1
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Cool Wonton Jalepeno Poppers

Wonton Poppers

1 Pkg cream cheese softened
1 cup jack cheese shredded
4 oz jalepenos seeded and diced finely
3 green onions diced
black pepper to taste
1 pkg wonton wrappers
veg oil for frying

Mix first five ingredients in medium bowl. Fill wrappers with approx 1 tablespoon of mixture. Fold wontons into triangles and press sides to seal with moistened fingers.

Meanwhile heat oil over medium high heat in large skillet or deep pot. carefully fry 3-4 at a time until golden on each side. drain on paper towels and serve with favorite dipping sauce. My fav is ranch :)

Enjoy

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Old 07-25-2008, 09:23 PM   #2
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Talking Collard Greens Won Tons

The last recipe I posted reminded me of another I had I think if was from Paula Deen....I haven't tried this one yet but I'm dying to!! Just give me a reason, any reason!!

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Old 08-23-2008, 02:38 PM   #3
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The last recipe I posted reminded me of another I had I think if was from Paula Deen....I haven't tried this one yet but I'm dying to!! Just give me a reason, any reason!!

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/p...ipe/index.html
Well, I've tried this exact recipe before and it's very good. Good enough reason for you?

I made red eye gravy to dip it in, but that's just so there was something... it didn't really need a sauce, plenty of flavor on it's own.
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what is red eye gravy.....? never heard of that
Did you make this for a party or something or just because? Right now its just me and my 1 yr old daughter at home so I tend to be more lazy with cooking...hate to eat alone.
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Red eye gravy is simply bacon fat and black coffee. I think it got the name from the appearance it makes in a bowl/cup, because they don't mix and it looks like an eye.

I actually made it for an appetizer to go along with a mostly southern theme. I thoroughly enjoyed used a Paula Deen recipe and professionals eating it all and not knowing any the wiser. There is no reason not to like it though... crispy shell, cream cheese and pork flavored greens? Good stuff.
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When my sweetie is home and we are making an Asian themed dish we often make a similar app. but using spinach, cream cheese, a little soy, and a ground red pepper/black pepper mixture, fried in wonton skins. Very yummy
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Sounds like it.
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what is red eye gravy.....? never heard of that
Did you make this for a party or something or just because? Right now its just me and my 1 yr old daughter at home so I tend to be more lazy with cooking...hate to eat alone.
Originally and traditionally made using country ham - once heated the coffee is poured into the grease (usually equal parts) and I have also included some water on occasion when it was too salty.

BUT, back to the original recipe posted here! YUM! I remember watching the show when Paula Deen made the collard parcels, but, I would rather try yours. I'm also thinking that these could be made by putting the smaller wonton squares into mini muffin tins and then filling with the mixture, baking until they are light brown and the cream cheese mixture is heated. I make crab rangoon this way and it might be a bit easier - in my little mind anyway
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I've been meaning to to buy a mini muffin tin for simular uses...just never think to get one when I'm shopping. I've seen so many great ideas using them.
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Kitchenelf i think it would be really good in the oven especially thinking of all the calories you'd save from not frying.

Thanks for the recipe deelady.
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