OK these are nothing new here on GPAC, just use the search feature and type in jalapeno, even spelled incorrectly with out the ~ on top of the "N".
The addition of surimi or imitation crab to these made them rich and though delicate it's flavor was the most prominent. you can use real crab, chopped up shrimp, even flaked white fish (cooked). I couldn't find my panko crumbs and I wanted to sprinkle some on top seasoned with a little butter and spices. DH's sister said she had something like that served in a restaurant and it was so good, so I wanted to recreate them. I used bacon instead.
Give Peas A Chance Crab Stuffed JalapenosBacon- cooked
4 oz cream cheese
1/2 ish cup of shredded cheese
seasonings such as pepper, chili powder, garlic salt, onion powder, cayenne whatever you like (Dry Ranch Dressing mix)
~ 3-4 ounces Imitation crab
- Preheat the grill or the broiler on high.
- Cook the bacon and crumble it.
- I like to roll my jalapenos to distribute some heat if I am seeding them and taking the ribs out.
- Cut them in half or make a slit length wise on one side of the peppers about 1/3 of the way down from the stem. Remove the ribs and seeds- if you don't want them spicy.
- Mix the cheeses, crab, and seasonings together.
- Stuff the peppers.
- Grill or broil the peppers until the cheese is melted and the peppers are crisp tender- unless you like them softer.
- Top with bacon.
- If you're using panko season it and toss with a little butter, top each halved pepper slice when they are almost done and let it brown.