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Wrapped in bacon, they are soooo good. I know you start with fresh raw peppers, and take out all the seeds.
And the bacon part is easy. But what kind of cheese do you stuff them with? And how do you keep it from
melting and running out.
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buy them ready made
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buy them ready made
I do, but I want do make them myself.
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Just try a variety of cheeses until you find something you like. We usually go with a cream cheese that has herbs in it although I can’t remember the name. That’s the wife’s department. Cheese running out doesn’t seem to be a big problem. You are more likely to catch the bacon on fire on a grill than anything. You can also buy a rack that holds the peppers upright although we don’t bother with one anymore. My grand daughter puts her’s in the oven to cook instead of on a grill. She lays then on a cookie sheet.

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I use a rack and use mild cheddar cheese. Also oil the outside of the pepper. No breading. Precook bacon crumble and mix with cheese, stuff, bake at 350 for 25 minutes. Keep the fire extinguisher at hand for your democrat errr ass in the morning...
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I use whipped cream cheese, never a problem.

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Can you hollow them out and bake them upright?
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Can you hollow them out and bake them upright?
That is what the rack is for. Oil, stuff and lean them on the rack pointy end down, stuffed end up. Wish I could post you a pick but I’m a better cook than a computer hack
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I will pass on this one we don't get along.

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nephew makes great ones. He uses cream cheese with chives

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