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These were wonderful! I added some chopped black olives to ours - just because I had some left over from the other stuff I was cooking. They are spicy but delicious. My very picky husband raved about them!
What a hit!! I was initially a little skeptical about trying these... but I'm glad I did!! Made them for a poker party & my friends loved them. Serve them with tortilla chips they taste just like chicken nachos!!!
These were wonderful!!! They tastes just like chicken nachos without the extra calories of the tortilla chip. I will definitely be sharing this recipe with friends and family! Great party appetizer...I'm from Texas where everyone loves NACHOS!!
Just out of curiosity I made these with both fresh and jarred jalapenos and found that both are equally good. Make plenty because these will go quick. The small end of a melon baller makes quick work of removing the seeds and membranes. The sour cream on top is OK but not necessary because it diminishes the spiciness of jalapeno.
I don't know why people discard the seeds from jalapeno peppers. I use mine and mince them because that's where the heat is. When you remove the seeds you are just using an ordinary pepper. I like some heat in my food. By the time you mix all ingredients the flavors come together with a hint of warmth that barely breaks a sweat.