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Dont forget to wrap them in BACON! OMG are they awsome
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Gotta try em this way Bushy.... Takes a little more time but if your up for it WOW!

Whole clove peeled garlic... smoked for about an hour.. low as you can keep it under 150deg. using mild wood ie. apple, alder, maybe mixed w/ hickory
cool the garlic then chopped. fine
mix w/ creamcheese for stuffing
small shrimp cooked de-veined
then stuff poppers cheese/garlic... shrimp... cheese/garlic... wrap w/ bacon.
sloww grilled at about 250 deg. for around an hour.
low temp will keep the cheese from boiling out
the longer you cook them the more mild the pepper will get.

I eat them by the dozen. A.
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Gotta try em this way Bushy.... Takes a little more time but if your up for it WOW!

Whole clove peeled garlic... smoked for about an hour.. low as you can keep it under 150deg. using mild wood ie. apple, alder, maybe mixed w/ hickory
cool the garlic then chopped. fine
mix w/ creamcheese for stuffing
small shrimp cooked de-veined
then stuff poppers cheese/garlic... shrimp... cheese/garlic... wrap w/ bacon.
sloww grilled at about 250 deg. for around an hour.
low temp will keep the cheese from boiling out
the longer you cook them the more mild the pepper will get.
I eat them by the dozen. A.
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lizer's jalapeno poppers, whiteys beans, sweet and spicy smoked ribs....i know what i'm doing sunday
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Fresh anaheims, home grown are the best, grill, then use to stuff appropriately marinated chicken or thick cut pork chops with chedder and grill...yummmy!!!
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Gotta try em this way Bushy.... Takes a little more time but if your up for it WOW!

Whole clove peeled garlic... smoked for about an hour.. low as you can keep it under 150deg. using mild wood ie. apple, alder, maybe mixed w/ hickory
cool the garlic then chopped. fine
mix w/ creamcheese for stuffing
small shrimp cooked de-veined
then stuff poppers cheese/garlic... shrimp... cheese/garlic... wrap w/ bacon.
sloww grilled at about 250 deg. for around an hour.
low temp will keep the cheese from boiling out
the longer you cook them the more mild the pepper will get.

I eat them by the dozen. A.
I normally just make them with cream cheese but I will have to give these a try. do you normally seed and de-vein the jalapenos?
Low and slow with them is definitely the way to cook them.
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I normally just make them with cream cheese but I will have to give these a try. do you normally seed and de-vein the jalapenos?
Low and slow with them is definitely the way to cook them.
Oh Yeah... whack the stem end off, then gut em' The tool that comes in the fancy pumpkin carving kits works great for cleaning the peppers.. its kinda like a knife that is serrated on both edges.

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These are my favorite, make them all the time.
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