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Roasted Jalapeno Poppers Are a Texas Appetizer to a ‘T’

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If you’re from Texas, have been to Texas, or even remotely think about the state of Texas, chances are good you have a deep love of anything with jalapenos in it. Well, Rachel Ray has gone and done the impossible, making a version of her own jalapeno poppers that kick butt and kick your taste buds into high gear. It’s sure to become a hit at your next family gathering, backyard barbecue, or simply sitting around chatting things up with friends, with a cold drink in your hand!

Shared by the Food Network, the link for Rachel Ray’s Roasted Jalapeno Poppers is provided below. For a birthday or anniversary celebration, a Sunday or Monday football game, or the leading appetizer in a long line of great fall time foods you want to sample with friends, this recipe can’t steer you wrong. As opposed to being fried, this version of a Texas favorite is done in a way that’s meant to be healthier. That also makes it a bit easier to prepare. If you’re into lowkey foods that still fill, this snacky little number works with the best laid menus to incorporate great taste, delicious cheesy goodness, and filling flavor. You’ll want to ensure the jalapeno peppers you’re using are a bit larger than the standard size, in order that you might fill them more effectively. Since preparation of these little beauties can often get spicy itself, you might want to consider the use of kitchen prep gloves and washing all utensils in order not to transfer the heat from their juice or seeds.

Roasted Jalapeno Poppers

Roasted Jalapeno Poppers Are a Texas Appetizer to a “T”

INGREDIENTS:

Key ingredients for this recipe include:

Jalapeno Peppers

Feta Cheese

Cream Cheese

INSTRUCTIONS:

The Food Network shares the full ingredient listing and measurements for Rachel Ray’s Roasted Jalapeno Poppers at the link provided here. The simple fact that you can avoid putting these things together followed by the awkward moment when you try to dip them in some sort of batter mix, and then work to not burn your house down using a deep fryer makes perfect sense to us! These little spicy pieces of jalapeno pepper delight will ensure people remember their recent visit to your house and the fact you could create such a delicious mouthwatering morsel. They’re the perfect complement to any gathering you’re holding. You can’t lose with a Rachael Ray-tested recipe, and this one will make the top of the list in Texas!