Robyn Medlin Lindars is our resident grilling and BBQ fanatic. Check out her blog at www.grillgrrrl.com.
Tailgating season is upon us: a season that glorifies drinking copious amounts of beer while wearing your favorite Gator/Dolphin/Hurricanes t-shirt, and eating large amounts of dip.
And jalapeno poppers.
Let's not forget the fire-roasted guacamole.
Here are my top recipes that will (hopefully) get your team lucky, you lucky, or you both lucky.
5) Prosciutto and Jalapeno Poppers: Ingredients
-- One (6-8 0z) package of prosciutto
-- 8 ounces of havarti cheese (or your favorite type of cheese). Directions:
-- Cut the tops off of the jalapeno peppers and scrape the insides out, removing the seeds.
-- Cut cheese into lengthwise pieces the length of the jalapenos.
-- Wrap a slice of cheese with a slice of prosciutto, then stuff it inside a jalapeno as far as it will go. Repeat this process with all the poppers.
--Prepare a grill for medium direct heat (about 350 degrees). Grill the poppers for about 8 minutes total, 4 minutes each side, or until nice char marks form and the cheese begins to melt.