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Jalepeno Popper help

Ace_Mclean | Nov 26, 2006 03:43 AM

I could use some advice on making Jalepeno Poppers. I found some good recipes for the filling (cream cheese, chedddar, mayo), but I had trouble actually frying them. Here's the method I used...

I slit the peppers lengthwise, removed the seeds, then stuffed them and pushed them closed. Then I dipped them in beer batter(cup of flour and a cup of a good ale), and dropped them in hot oil for 5 minutes or so.

They tasted really good, but quite a bit of the filling must have come out during the frying. I figured coating in the batter and dropping in hot oil would seal this off. I'm wondering now what I may have done wrong.

I should mention that the peppers were not fully closed. I could still see a very thin stripe of the filling along where I had slit them open. Should I have been more careful to close them up better? Or perhaps there's a better way to stuff them? Also, should I be using a different batter or coating?

Tips and tricks would be creating appreciated.

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