Do you have a family reunion or just want to pamper your family? This recipe for jalapeño peppers stuffed with cheese is perfect to serve before eating your main dish or as a breakfast accompanied by a white bread or corn tortilla. Whatever the reason, it is the ideal dish for any day of the week and above all it is very healthy.
Keep reading, in Free Recipes we teach you How to Make Weathered Cheese Stuffed Jalapenos and bathed in a tomato sauce. You will see that the recipe is much simpler than it seems, do not miss it!
Ingredients for making cheese stuffed jalapeno peppers:
How to make Cheese Stuffed Jalapeno Peppers:
To prepare this stuffed jalapeño recipe, first roast the chilies directly over the fire to be able to remove the skin. Turn them regularly so that they grill very well on all sides and, when they have changed their texture and hue, store them in a plastic bag so that they sweat and are much easier to clean.
While the chiles rest, blend the tomatoes with the piece of onion, the garlic clove and a cup of water.
Heat a tablespoon of oil in a pot, strain the tomato sauce, add half a cup of chicken broth, season with salt and pepper to taste and cook for 5 minutes. When it starts to boil, add a sprig of epazote and cook for 5 more minutes.
Once the chiles have settled in the plastic bag, proceed to clean them. To do this, you can help yourself with a spoon to remove the skin, then cut them in half, remove the seeds and the veins.
Proceed to stuff the jalapeno peppers with the cheese in strips. Once filled, pass them through wheat flour to coat them later.
Trick: If the stuffed jalapeños are opened too much, secure them with a few wooden toothpicks, but remember to remove them before serving to avoid accidents.
For the weathered, Separate the whites from the yolks, whip the whites until stiff, add the yolks one by one and continue beating.
Trick: For the filling you can use the cheese that you like the most, such as Manchego cheese and even Philadelphia type.
Heat half a cup of oil in a skillet, dip the chiles in the mixture to coat them, and make sure they are well coated. Later, fry the jalapeños stuffed with weathered cheese until golden brown, remove from oil and lay on absorbent paper.
Serve the jalapeno peppers stuffed with cheese with a little tomato sauce and enjoy. You can accompany this delicious dish with corn tortillas, white bread or with a little rice.
More ideas to accompany cheese-stuffed jalapeno peppers
Weathered cheese-stuffed jalapeno peppers go great with White rice and one salad, like the elbow salad with tuna or the avocado and mango salad. You can also taste them taco shaped or as a snack with some chips.
If you are brave, you can prepare them without removing the seeds and eat them as a spicy snack, accompanied with a soda or fresh water.