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These are awesome to eat, but not for wimps. I plan on making some this weekend.

Jalapeno peppers, the bigger the better

Cream cheese with smoked salmon. (You can find it in grocery stores.)

Raw bacon slices

Cut the tops off the Jalapenos and clean out the seeds. Then stuff with the cream cheese. If you want milder, clean out the membranes. If you want x-tra hot leave the membranes in. I ususally make both, so you never know if you are going to get a hot one or a mild one!

Take a slice of bacon and wrap the stuffed jalapeno pepper. Try to get some over the opening where you stuffed the pepper. Take some toothpicks and secure the bacon to the pepper, usually takes a few picks. It will look like a little porcupine!

Next, you want to smoke these stuffed jalapeno peppers. I have done it on my Weber grill with minimal coals and soaked wood chips. Just make sure the tops of the peppers are "up" to prevent the cream cheese from running out. Don't pack too close together either. Most important thing is that the cooking process is done slowly.

Smoke until the bacon is done and the peppers are soft and smokey, try one to two hours, maybe more. Add more coals and wood chips as necessary.

Enjoy and tell me how it worked out!

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These are good. I got one of those racks for cooking peppers from Gander. THey hold about 20 of them. I usually stuff them with shredded cheese and ground cooked Italian sausage and wrap in bacon. Ummmmm.

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Thats the great thing about them, you can put anything in there

as long as cream cheese is in there!

randy

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Seriously, have you ever had anything that tasted bad with Cream Cheese in it? Your rear end might sprout an extra cheek as you eat it, but Cream Cheese is Oh so good!!

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Seriously, have you ever had anything that tasted bad with Cream Cheese in it? Your rear end might sprout an extra cheek as you eat it, but Cream Cheese is Oh so good!!

Believe it or not, but I am not a philly cheese steak lover. I think philly cream cheese is on those sandwiches. But other than that, I agree. When I make bagels, they are smothered in cream cheese

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We have a vendor at our annual celebration who sells Buffalo Turds. Tasty little morsels. The only exception is they use a little smokie inside of the pepper with the cream cheese.

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Believe it or not, but I am not a philly cheese steak lover. I think philly cream cheese is on those sandwiches. But other than that, I agree. When I make bagels, they are smothered in cream cheese

No cream cheese on those bad boys. Usually provolone, white cheddar, or even cheese whiz believe it or not.

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I just made a batch of these, not for the timid! Real good but they wake ya up.

I stuffed mine with a mixture of creamcheese, shredded cheddar, and grated parm. A little in the bottom, then I took some of those little smokies kielbasi flavor sliced lengthwise and jammed one piece in, then packed in more cheese. I took each slice of bacon and cut 1/3rd off, then I took the small piece and layed it over the end of the pepper, then took the bigger piece of bacon and wrapped it around the "cap" piece of bacon and secured it with a toothpick.

Heres an after pict but you can see what I did so alot of cheese wasnt lost...

p.s. - I cooked them on the top rack of a grill set to low for about 45 minutes, turning once in a while..

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I had something like these last fall while in bowhunting camp.

The jalapenos were stuffed with a marinated pheasant breast and wrapped with bacon. there were 3 of us and I think we ate about 20-30 peppers that evening. They were awesome!

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Gonna make up a batch at the family cabin this weekend. I think I am going to do half with salmon and half with andouille--should be tasty!

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I just got the hot pepper roaster from Cabelas this last weekend. I only got the 21 hole model,I am thinking now I should have gone bigger.

I made the first batch with just pepper jack cheese and taco cheese. The second batch I took some grilled chicken and cut it up along with some chopped up jalepeno peppers and stuffed it. Those were really good. Needless to say I only got one of them because my neighbor stopped over and I had him try one.

We are grilling out tomorrow night and I am making a full tray(only 21.) I cant wait to try a few other recipes.

Thanks for everyone here for enlightening me to the great way to make peppers.

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