I am pretty sure that I got this recipe off of either Pinterest or Yummly at one time but have tweaked it to fit the Souzaville
tribe, clan family dynasty.
They take a little while to prepare, but are seriously so worth it.
There is a variety of things that you could incorporate, into the cream cheese mixture, that the jalapeños are stuffed with. I have used basil, cilantro, and with this particular time, bacon bits and parmesan cheese. I love experimenting or using up stuff in the fridge for recipes like this one.
*First I cut the jalapeños long ways and remove the seeds and part of the veins. If you like really spicy then by all means
get some toys for the bedroom leave those seeds and veins in there!
pound the sh*t out of flatten out the chicken with a meat tenderizer. Other uses for a meat tenderizer: clobbering whoever pisses you off, over the head with it. Just kidding. But really it’s quite the heavy duty brain smashing kitchen gadget.
*Next I prepare the cream cheese mixture. This time around I used these ingredients and do make sure the cream cheese is softened. Makes it easier to blend the ingredients together.
*Stuff the jalapeño halves with the cream cheese mixture. And yes by all means lick your fingers and the bowl when finished. If you have any stuffed peppers left over you can bake them too. Makes for a great little appetizer or side component for the plate.
*Then I place the stuffed jalapeños in the chicken…roll them up…wrap them in bacon…and stick toothpicks at each end to hold them together. Place them on a tin foiled pan for easier clean-up…cause believe me…they are going to make a mess when they cook. And just a little side note…if you soak the toothpicks in water they won’t burn as much in the oven.
*Last but not least smother them with your favorite BBQ sauce! Pop in a 375*F oven for about 30-40 minutes and then under the broiler for about 3-5 minutes to crisp up the bacon!
Then watch them disappear!
- 1 Package of boneless, skinless chicken breasts
- 3-4 Jalapeños (depending on how many chicken bombs you are making it takes a half of jalapeño per bomb)
- 1 package of softened cream cheese
- 1 package of bacon bits (the real ones. not the salad topper dried out hard ones)
- 1/4 cup of Kraft Parmesan cheese
- 1 package of bacon (thin cut)
- 1 bottle of BBQ sauce. Your favorite kind.
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