Very good everyone loved them.
I love these things being from texas i tried my own little twist.
Tak some chicken breast pound them flat put a few jalapeno slices in with a cube of cheese, whatever kind you like, start at one end and roll it up, wrap it with 2 or 3 slices of bacon put a toothpick thru it and drop it in the deep fryer or go further and after you wrap it roll it in some flour and deep fry it that way
These were a hit at my Super Bowl party. I followed the recipe exactly and I kept adding more cayenne and crushed red pepper as it was cooking, just like you do. :) I'm not a Texan, but I sure do like the heat!
Made as directed and will make this again. Loved this recipe, a little time consuming but worth it. Thanks for sharing. Melody
I served these for New Year's Eve and they were a real hit!! I actually used two boxes of Chicken Stove Top according to directions, thus omitting the sage, unless you want more, and speeding up the process. Instead of using green peppers,habaneros and jalapeno, I used diced green chile peppers, ground cayenne pepper and red pepper flakes; adjusting the heat to your liking. Adding the cream of chicken soup gave it extra moistness that I liked inside the crispy outside. Used southwestern ranch dressing as a dipping sauce - Fantastic!!
I loved these things. If you dont want them super spicy just cut the habanero peppers. But I like it spicy! These were great!!!
This was a great treast. I couldn't eat enough of them