Fried Jalapenos with sausage filling?

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RE: Fried Jalapenos with sausage filling? 2006/01/20 21:27:01 (permalink)
For some reason, everytime I eat something that just happens to squirt out the end, I think of those ABT's...
I must quit thinking roadfood all the time!
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RE: Fried Jalapenos with sausage filling? 2006/01/23 18:51:15 (permalink)
Years ago, before they became really popular and became known as poppers, I had some fried jalapenos in Texas, just north of Dallas. They were stuffed with crumbled, spicy sausage instead of cheese. And instead of being coated with a thin breadcrumb coating, were coated with a thick, bread-like coating. The coating was about 1/4 to 1/3 inch thick all around, and soft. They were great.

I haven't seen them anywhere since (maybe because I live in CT).

Has anyone else had these? Does anyone know where these can be found, hopefully in the Northeast?

Try Jalapeno Heaven in Branford for their Shrimp Firecrackers in a creamy Chipolte sauce. Another great snack is tuna salad in fresh jalapeno halves.
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RE: Fried Jalapenos with sausage filling? 2006/01/25 20:53:23 (permalink)
Didnt you post this to begin with?...
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RE: Fried Jalapenos with sausage filling? 2006/01/27 05:00:19 (permalink)
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Originally posted by roossy90

Didnt you post this to begin with?...


dpanagrosso was the OP.
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RE: Fried Jalapenos with sausage filling? 2006/02/24 12:42:49 (permalink)
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Originally posted by dpanagrosso

Years ago, before they became really popular and became known as poppers, I had some fried jalapenos in Texas, just north of Dallas. They were stuffed with crumbled, spicy sausage instead of cheese. And instead of being coated with a thin breadcrumb coating, were coated with a thick, bread-like coating. The coating was about 1/4 to 1/3 inch thick all around, and soft. They were great.

I haven't seen them anywhere since (maybe because I live in CT).

Has anyone else had these? Does anyone know where these can be found, hopefully in the Northeast?


Hi...This is *a little* off subject, but here is something you might want to try: homemade pierogies stuffed with hot sausage, then deep fried. I love these things. The pierogie dough gets crispy and they turn out great. Here's a local place where I get my pierogies, but they do sell mail order. Try it!

www.pierogiesplus.com

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