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ABT dip

MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
edited 8:54PM in Appetizers
Ingredients12-18 Jalapeno's peppers 3 8 oz blocks of cream cheese 1/2 pound of bacon chopped fine before cooking 1 T Ragin River Dizzy pig seasoning Coarse Dizzy Dust to sprinkle the top InstructionsCook the bacon till almost done in a cast iron skillet. I used a 10 inch one for this recipe. while it is cooking seed and chopped the peppers to bite size pieces. a melon scoop works great for seeding them out. when the bacon is done remove from the pan reserving the fat. stir in the peppers and stir to coat with the fat and heat just till the color "sharpens" , just a minute. If there is to much fat drain it out. you just want to coat the peppers and have the flavor of bacon there. place the cream cheese in a bowl and microwave to soften stir, in the ragin' river, or anything seasoning you like to use. Stir till smooth and spoon over the peppers in the pan. smooth out but do not stir together. You want layers with this. Sprinkle the bacon bits over the cheese and then sprinkle with the Dizzy dust or any seasoning you like. heat on the egg just till bubbling and serve with a plain cracker or scoops. you can go direct indirect or how ever you are set up. it just needs to heat up.NotesI have done this the day before with great results. just toss on the egg and heat.Number of Servings: Time to Prepare:

Comments

  • This sounds awesome. Thinking of cooking some chorizo and finely chopped onion in a separate pan and adding this into it. Just trying to figure out where I would put it, maybe over top the jalapenos, then put down the cheese, then bacon. Hmmm....
  • MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
    Maybe add after the Bacon is cooked and after the peppers are taken out? Sounds like a good addition!
  • HicHic Posts: 350
    I like to use Chorizo in place of bacon and just follow the same steps - always a crowd pleaser.

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  • GriffinGriffin Posts: 7,579
    Sounds great. Maybe I'll bring a batch of this to the Sucky Bowl party I'm getting dragged to.

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