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Creamy Strawberry Habanero or Brisket Jalapeño Poppers 

I made some friends at Slab BBQ.

 

Probably because I’ve been hanging out there too much. The food is so good, I can do my work at the bar in peace, and quality beers on tap.  One of the bartenders is not to hard on the eyes either.

 

They treat me so well, I started snapping photos of their food. Food photographer Jasmin Fine 1 Fine Cookie bbq Texas Austin

Their ribs are good, what can I say. Yes, I sometimes take photos in heels.

 

 

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Since the portions are plentiful, I asked them what to do with leftover meat. Mark, the menu planner, shared a fantastic brisket jalapeño popper recipe. He also threw in an alternative for strawberry habanero cream cheese. So, you’re welcome.

 

 

Ingredients for Brisket Jalapeño Poppers

  • Jalapeños
  •  Bacon
  • Pepper Jelly (We suggest strawberry habanero) & Cream Cheese
  • Brisket and shredded cheese

 

To begin your brisket jalapeño poppers, slice the jalapeños lengthwise. Using a spoon, remove the seeds and membrane.

 

Fill one side with cheese, and the other with leftover brisket.

 

 

Alternatively, place cream cheese in one half and then your favorite pepper jelly in the other (I use strawberry habanero).

 

Wrap a slice of bacon around the jalapeños. If the bacon is not staying tightly wrapped, it may be necessary to use a toothpick to hold it in place.

 

Smoke the brisket jalapeños poppers in the smoker. Heat to 300 degrees. Cook for 45 min, or until the bacon looks nice and crispy.

 

You can also place directly on a grill at med-high heat for 20-30 min. Flip them every 10 minutes to ensure the bacon cooks thoroughly.

 

You can make any mixture filling combination you want. There’s so many BBQ and jalapeño poppers combinations!

 

Eat your jalapeño poppers with a side of beer. Because I said so.

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Here’s what the brisket jalapeño poppers (or strawberry habanero cream cheese) look when you bite in:

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Creamy Strawberry Habanero or Brisket Jalapeño Poppers
Recipe type: appetizer
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 8
 
Create one-of-a-kind brisket jalapeño poppers. It's the perfect combination of BBQ and Tex Mex. Fill jalapeños with strawberry habanero cream cheese as an alternative.
Ingredients
  • Jalapeños
  • Bacon
  • Pepper Jelly (We suggest strawberry habanero) & Cream Cheese
  • Brisket and shredded cheese
Instructions
  1. Slice the jalapeños lengthwise. Using a spoon, remove the seeds and membrane.
  2. Fill one side with cheese, and the other with leftover brisket.
  3. Alternatively, place cream cheese in one half and then your favorite pepper jelly in the other (I use strawberry habanero).
  4. Wrap a slice of bacon around the jalapeños. If the bacon is not staying tightly wrapped, it may be necessary to use a toothpick to hold it in place.
  5. Smoke the brisket jalapeños poppers in the smoker. Heat to 300 degrees. Cook for 45 min, or until the bacon looks nice and crispy.
  6. You can also place directly on a grill at med-high heat for 20-30 min. Flip them every 10 minutes to ensure the bacon cooks thoroughly.
  7. You can make any mixture filling combination you want. There's so many BBQ and jalapeño poppers combinations!
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 160

 

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