VeganMoFo: "J" Está abierto para el Jalapeno Revisited

La “V” Palabra continúa su celebración del VeganMoFo, un mes de la deliciosa comida, con la otra 25 letras del alfabeto. Hoy en día la carta “J” Está abierto para el Jalapeno Revisited.

Last March I wrote a post with a recipe for my fried Jalapeño Poppers.

Fried Jalapeno Popper

Bien, that has become my most popular recipe post on the blog by a long shot. While my “Rompiendo con Richard Gere” is the most viewed post so far this month, my Jalapeno Poppers are right behind. And the stats for number of views for all time show that my Jalapeno Poppers may be beating Richard by only 20 views but they both have more than double the views of the next most popular post, my Eggplant Rollatini receta.

I guess that’s not a big surprise. Anytime I post a recipe that is breaded, fried and indulgent, it gets a lot of visits and comments. My healthier recipes are just not as popular. It also helps that my Jalapeno Poppers were featured on Vegan.com y Vegan Etsy. It’s much more surprising that my post about Richard Gere gets so much traffic but then again, what’s better than fried appetizers and handsome men?

But as I’ve mentioned so many times, fried food is my last vice. Whenever I feel the need for comfort food, I reach for the oil. In an effort to be able to indulge in my favorite comfort foods but not wreck my health, I decided to revisit my Jalapeno Poppers and give them a healthy makeover. So I ditched the oil, the flour, the milk and the bread crumbs. Lo que queda? Only the most delicious, picante, cremoso, BAKED jalapeno popper.

Baked Jalapeno Popper

Eso es correcto – no dredging, no breading, no frying. Just beautiful jalapeno peppers stuffed with a flavor-packed mixture of Vegan cream cheese, Daiya, scallions and spices. I think they actually taste better than the fried version because you can really taste the jalapeno. The taste of the pepper is not all covered up in breading and oil. These taste fresh, they actually taste healthy…bien, healthier.

Now when I need some comfort food, I can have my Baked Jalapeno Poppers and take comfort from the fact that I am not going to make myself feel worse by trying to make myself feel better. Watch out, Richard Gere, these might give you a run for your money 🙂

Jalapeño Revisited

Ingredientes

12 chiles jalapeños
6 oz. Vegan cream cheese (I now love Galaxy)
1 cup Daiya Pepperjack shreds
4 cebolletas, finamente picado
2 TSP. Polvo de Chile mexicano
2 TSP. polvo de ajo
Aerosol para cocinar

Instrucciones

Precaliente el horno a 400 grados. Cut the stems off the peppers and slice them in half. Remove the seeds and the ribs.

En un tazón, combine the cream cheese, Daiya shreds, scallions and spices. Mix it well to make sure the spices are evenly distributed.

Line a baking sheet with foil and spray with the cooking spray. Añadir alrededor de 1 Tbs. of the cream cheese mixture to each pepper half. Lay the filled peppers onto the baking sheet. Spray the tops of the peppers with the cooking spray.

Hornear durante unos 15 acta. The peppers should be softened but not mushy. The time will depend a lot on how hot your oven gets. When the cheese is melted and the peppers are softened, they are ready to eat.

Servir en caliente. Disfrutar!

“J” Está abierto para el Jalapeno Revisited. Por otra “J” palabra, check out my original fried Jalapeño Poppers.

La “V” Palabra: Dígalo. Cómetelo. Vívelo.

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15 Las respuestas a VeganMoFo: "J" Está abierto para el Jalapeno Revisited

  1. Rhea Parsons Septiembre 27, 2012 en 3:59 en #

    Thank you Kendra.

    Thanks for the tip, veganism. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve touched my eyes after touching peppers and screamed!

  2. veganism Septiembre 25, 2012 en 7:53 pm #

    If you ever do rub your eyes after handling jalapenos or other peppers rub your eye with your hair it takes the sting out immediatly.

  3. Jalapeno Peppers Julio 22, 2012 en 2:52 en #

    ¡Eh…I like your post so much.Visit my link as well.

  4. Kendra Vegan Julian-Baker Febrero 4, 2012 en 1:09 pm #

    Making jalapeno poppers right now. The baked version. I am so loving your recipes:)

  5. Rhea Parsons Febrero 4, 2012 en 3:13 en #

    Estoy tan contento de escuchar eso!!

  6. Anónimo Febrero 2, 2012 en 8:21 pm #

    From a non-cook… These were easy to make and oh SOOO good!!

  7. Rhea Parsons Noviembre 7, 2011 en 1:37 pm #

    ¡Oh, no! Lo siento mucho. Don’t touch your eyes!!!

    I do this all the time and I wear contact lenses. I get too lazy to look for the gloves and then I forget to wash my hands and guaranteed my eyes are burning before the night is over.

    The rest of your menu sounds delicous, though 🙂

  8. GSXrGirl1 Noviembre 7, 2011 en 5:46 en #

    just made these for me and my hubby along with some baked buffalo tofu cubes and roasted kale chips! big mistake though – didnt wear gloves when seeding and coring the jalapenos. my hands hurt so bad right now.

  9. Rhea Parsons Octubre 19, 2011 en 3:27 en #

    Thank you Celyn and Debbie 🙂

  10. Debbie Octubre 17, 2011 en 6:35 en #

    These will be wonderful for the upcoming holiday and office party season. Tasty and unique enough to really stand out. Gracias! 🙂

  11. celyn Octubre 16, 2011 en 1:37 pm #

    These look just amazing! Bookmarking.

  12. Rhea Parsons Octubre 16, 2011 en 1:39 en #

    Tamara, you don’t have Daiya? Bien, you can use any vegan cheese. Or just the cream cheese. You don’t need Daiya to make these!

  13. Tamara Catlin Octubre 15, 2011 en 5:40 pm #

    I want I want I want….. oh and I wish we had diaya here too…. 🙁

  14. Rhea Parsons Octubre 14, 2011 en 9:31 en #

    Jim, I hope you enjoy them 🙂

  15. Jim Robson Octubre 14, 2011 en 6:51 en #

    Oh man.. I WILL make these over the weekend!
    gracias!
    Jim


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