Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Recipe: Jalapeno Poppers

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In my home Super Bowl Football means family, friends and delicious appetizers. These jalapeno poppers made with prosciutto and goat cheese add a delicious new twist to the traditional popper, and because they’re baked instead of fried, you and your guests can enjoy guilt free!

Ingredients:

12 lg jalapeños

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16 oz whipped cream cheese

5 oz goat cheese with herbs

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2 Tbs fresh chives, finely chopped

1/2 lb fresh prosciutto, thinly sliced

Glaze:

In a small bowl mix and set aside all ingredients below,

1/2 cup honey

1/4 cup Sriracha

1 Tbs soy sauce

Directions:

In a medium sized bowl, mix cream cheese, goat cheese and chives together then set aside.

Spray a sheet pan with coconut oil then line with parchment paper. Spray again with coconut oil on top of the parchment paper and set aside.

Clean jalapeños, cut in half, remove all seeds and membrane as shown in the picture above and set aside.

Building the Poppers:

 

Evenly fill each jalapeno with the cheese mixture, wrap with prosciutto and bake in a 400 degree preheated oven for about 20 minutes. Glaze with the sriracha & honey glaze and bake for another 10-15 minutes until crispy and bubbly.

Remove from oven, let cool to set for a few minutes and serve.

 

From my home to yours, enjoy!

 

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Mary Vendetti
Welcome to Mary’s Kitchen, I was born in Coronado and have been a personal chef on the island for several years specializing in farm to table homestyle cuisine. My goal is to share with you my passion for food and travel by introducing you to recipes from around the world.
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