Ember.js BBQ Jalapeno Poppers

Ember.js is an open-source client-side JavaScript web application framework based on the MVC software architectural pattern. It allows developers to create scalable single-page applications by incorporating common idioms and best practices into a framework that provides a rich object model, declarative two-way data binding, computed properties, automatically-updating templates powered by Handlebars.js (check out my handlebars.js recipe here: http://coders.kitchen/handlebars-crockpot-indian-stew/), and a router for managing application state. Ember.js is built for productivity. Designed with developer ergonomics in mind, its friendly APIs help you get your job done—fast. Now it is time for you to make these delicious Ember.js bbq jalapeno poppers tonight! Don’t they have the cutest mascot ever?

    Tomster the Ember.js mascot!

Ingredients:
36 medium sized jalapeno peppers
2 8oz blocks of cream cheese
18 strips of bacon

Light your BBQ! Get those coals ready!

Put your cream cheese in a ziploc bag. Let soften for 1-2 hours.

Cut the tops off the jalapenos. Wear gloves! Trust me on this one! Take out the seeds and membranes of the jalapenos. My tool came with my awesome grill pan. I got my pan from Amazon for $15.99! It holds 36 jalapenos which will be gone in the blink of an eye, I promise!

This step is optional!!!
If you like your food spicy just rinse the inside and set the jalapenos aside. Now if you want a little less spice, put your jalapenos in boiling water for 3-5 minutes and then rinse with ice cold water immediately! Let cool for 5-10 minutes or until you can touch them.

Now cut the tip off your ziploc bag. Not too much. Then start squeezing your cream cheese into the jalapenos. Fill them all the way up!

Now depending the size of your jalapenos, cut the bacon strips in half. If you have large jalapenos you may need a whole strip of bacon so buy more bacon . But for medium jalapenos a 1/2 strips wraps them perfectly. Now wrap those babies in some delicious bacon. Yummmm!

Now fill your jalapenos tray with those delicious jalapenos.

Now let these jalapenos chill out on the grill covered for about 30-45 minutes. Keep an eye on the grill for flare ups and to make sure no one steal a jalapeno before they are done. I learned the hard way…

The bottoms will be charred. You will know when they are ready when the bacon is crispy and the tops are smokey.

Now let cool for 5-10 minutes. Then devour!

Grilled Jalapeno Poppers
Yields 36
These Ember.js BBQ jalapeno poppers are one of the best things to make on a bbq! This is the perfect recipe to impress your family and friends! Bacon!
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Prep Time
35 min
Cook Time
45 min
Prep Time
35 min
Cook Time
45 min
Ingredients
  1. 36 medium sized jalapeno peppers
  2. 2 8oz blocks of cream cheese
  3. 18 strips of bacon
Instructions
  1. Light your BBQ! Get those coals ready!
  2. Put your cream cheese in a ziploc bag. Let soften for 1-2 hours.
  3. Cut the tops off the jalapenos. Take out the seeds and membranes of the jalapenos. Wear gloves! trust me on this one!
  4. This step is optional!!!
  5. If you like your food spicy just rinse the inside and set the jalapenos aside. Now if you want a little less spice, put your jalapenos in boiling water for 3-5 minutes and then rinse with ice cold water immediately! Let cool for 5-10 minutes or until you can touch them.
  6. Now cut the tip off your ziploc bag. Not too much. Then start squeezing your cream cheese into the jalapenos. Fill them all the way up!
  7. Now depending the size of your jalapenos, cut the bacon strips in half. If you have large jalapenos you may need a whole strip of bacon so buy more bacon . But for medium jalapenos a 1/2 strips wraps them perfectly. Now wrap those babies in some delicious bacon. Yummmm!
  8. Now fill your jalapenos tray with those delicious jalapenos.
  9. Now let these jalapenos chill out on the grill covered for about 30-45 minutes. Keep an eye on the grill for flare ups and to make sure no one steal a jalapeno before they are done. I learned the hard way...
  10. The bottoms will be charred. You will know when they are ready when the bacon is crispy and the tops are smokey.
  11. Now let cool for 5-10 minutes. Then devour!
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