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Jalapeño poppers

Jalapeño poppers filled with cream cheese are the star of your party! This recipe makes 8 jalapeno poppers and can be made in about 25 minutes.

Jalapeño poppers
25 minutes 4 people Snacks
Jalapeño poppers

Ingredients

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  • 8 fresh jalapeño peppers
  • 3 ounces of (softened) cream cheese (75 gram)
  • 2 ounces (softened) goat cheese (55 gram)
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin, powder or freshly ground
  • 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 2 tbsp all-purpose flour
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 tablespoon of milk
  • Sunflower oil
  • more than one cup of panko or alternatively fine dry breadcrumbs
Jalapeño poppers ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • Fryer
  • 2 x bowl for mixing
  • Piping bag or spoon


Preparation

25 minutes 4 people Snacks

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Preparation -- 15 minutes

MIX cream cheese, goat cheese, cumin and cayenne pepper until you've reached a smooth cheese filling. CARVE jalapeno peppers on one side and scoop out the seeds.

FILL the peppers with the cheese mixture, best to use a piping bag but you can also use a spoon. BEAT together the eggs and milk in a bowl. 

COMBINE the all-purpose flour together with some panko in another bowl. COAT the peppers by first rolling them trough the eggs and then trough the panko, repeat if necessary. 

Jalapeño poppers
Jalapeño poppers

Frying the peppers -- 10 minutes

HEAT your sunflower oil / frying oil to 340 degrees Fahrenheit or 170 degrees Celsius. Carefully fry the peppers till they are crispy and have a beautiful brown colour. 

Jalapeño peppers are one of the favored varieties of chili peppers used in the North American cuisine, especially in the Southern states, where Tex-Mex cuisine is popular. Just as other chili peppers, jalapenos too originate in the Mexico. In fact, the name “jalapeno” is derived from provincial capital, Xalapa in the Eastern Mexican Veracruz state, where they cultivated by early settlers since centuries. Later, the crop was introduced to the rest of the world by Spanish explorers.

 Quote from: http://www.nutrition-and-you.com/jalapeno-peppers.html


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