Jalapeno Beer Bread Poppers

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Introduction: Jalapeno Beer Bread Poppers

Pop open a hot one with these Jalapeno popper inspired bread rolls!

Step 1: Things You Will Need

4 Large jalapenos

1 Package of bacon

1 8oz Block of cream cheese

1/3 Pound of shredded pepper jack cheese

3 Cups of flour

1 Package of active dry yeast

1 tsp Salt

3 tsp Sugar

2 tsp Garlic

1/2 tsp Cayenne pepper

1/2 tsp Paprika

1 Cup of beer

2 tbsp Oil (I use coconut oil)

1 Egg

Step 2: Preping Your Dough

1. In a large bowl, Mix your flour, yeast, salt, sugar, and seasonings.

2. In a separate bowl, Mix your Beer, egg, and (liquified) oil.

3. Next, add the wet Ingredients to the dry Ingredients and stir until you have a well mixed dough.

4. Set Dough your aside for now to give it time to rise.

Step 3: Preping Your Filler

1. Cook bacon fully, and place on a paper towel to remove the excess grease. Then crush your crispy bacon into little pieces.

2. Remove the tops and cores from your jalapenos, then dice them up into small pieces.

3. Place your diced jalapenos on a baking sheet and roast them in the oven at 350 degrees for 3 to 5 minutes (until fully roasted)

4. In a medium sized bowl, mix cream cheese, shredded pepper jack, crushed bacon, and diced jalapenos and mix thoroughly.

Step 4: Rolling Your Poppers

1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees

2. On a floured surface, place a golf ball sized amount of dough and flatten it out into a circle ruffly the size of your palm

3. Place a golf ball sized amount of cheese filler into the center of your flattened dough.

4. Fold the edges of the dough up around the cheese ball until it is completely covered, then roll it around in your hands until everything is fully sealed.

Note: If the dough does not seal properly, the cheese will melt out while baking

5. Cook rolls on a baking sheet in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes.

6. Serve with caution, they will be attacked and destroyed quicker that you can imagine. You could loose a hand in the ensuing madness!

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    How long do you let the dough sit aside to rise? Thanks!

    I usually let my dough set of about an hour or so. Most of this time can be spent getting the filling made though.

    How many does this "batch" make?

    No, but you should use some sort of oil or butter in its place. I just prefer coconut oil.

    When you can snatch the bacon from my hand, you will be your own master, my young grasshopper.

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    I have no witty repartee for that awesome statement.

    ohhh this sounds delicious!!