This is a GREAT starter recipe. I say starter for you do need to add spices based on your on taste. First let me say that the cream cheese mixture is way more than you need for the amount of peppers it calls for. However you do need more milk, flour and bread crumbs than it calls for. Every ones taste is different so keep that in mind when making them. I made 230 of them yesterday but this is how I spiced it up. I used half sharp cheddar and half pepper jack cheese. To my flour mixture I added cayenne pepper, garlic and onion powder, plus black pepper. I used fresh peppers out my own garden, but due to de-seeding them they where not hot. I used Progresso garlic and herb bread crumbs and even added some more cayenne pepper to it. I made just 6 all the way and fried them so I would know if I need to add anything else to the mixture before I made all 230. By doing so I knew to add more cayenne pepper for we like very hot foods. Do follow the direction and do the 3 dip coating. I placed them in freezer bag and froze them. I pulled some out from the freezer later and fried them. They did great from freezer to frying pan, do keep in mind that due to being frozen you need to cook them a little bit longer and not so fast (to high). It does take a while do make them due to the de-seeding and 3 time dipping, but well worth it. I will make them many time in the future. 0(*@*)0
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This is a GREAT starter recipe. I say starter for you do need to add spices based on your on...