Posted: 9/25/2012 2:42:04 PM
Oh my goodness, these are awesome! Took them to a party last weekend and was asked by several people for this recipe. A real hit! I added a bit of onion as well. Didn't find them too spicy at all! I agree..remove seeds, tho' I didn't blanche. Will be a staple at many holiday parties to come! (if there are any leftovers...they reheat well on cookie sheet back in the oven, not as pretty but the flavor is still there and yummy!)
Posted: 9/21/2012 2:47:12 PM
To bring down the temp (heat) of a jalepeno make sure seeds are removed. Bring a pot of water to boil. put peppers in there for 1-2 minutes. remove peppers & Immediately put into water w ice to cool. Dry on paper towel. (its called blanching) They are still crunchy with a bit of heat.
Posted: 8/21/2012 1:42:33 PM
i have never cooked whole fresh jalepenos.........are these SUPER spicy when cooked like this?
Posted: 12/21/2011 12:28:19 PM
When I first read this recipe my initial thought was not appetizing. Then I had these at a friends when she made them. They are excellent. I have since made them and everyone that tries them absolutely loves them! Husband said they are his favorite appetizer. And, yes, these are made with fresh jalapeno's.
Posted: 7/27/2011 4:13:54 PM
Can't wait to pick some garden jalapenos and try this for my husband!
Posted: 7/27/2011 3:12:18 PM
I agree that they are fresh. Canned ones would be a different color, not bright green and they would be mushy
Posted: 7/27/2011 12:16:54 PM
I think those are fresh....they would be too mushy if they were canned.. they taste different..
Posted: 7/27/2011 12:12:29 PM
Does anyone know if these are fresh or canned jalepenos? Sure sounds like a yummy appitizer..