I usually make grilled jalapenos along with brisket, so when I set out to do my latest brisket I went to reach for my favorite recipe. Sometime between that and buying a brisket, I discovered that the latest Weber blog post was for jalapeno poppers. It sounded good to me so I thought I would give it a shot.
I didn't follow the recipe exactly; I decided to skip the bacon and opted for a grill pan rather than a skewer.
Here is what you will need:
Ingredients: 10 large jalapeno peppers (red or green) At least 1 inch wide 2 Smoked polish sausages 1 Block smoked cheddar (do not buy aged cheddar, it will get dry and chalky when heated up)
I started off my cutting the cheese and sausages (I used the kielbasa natural garlic sausages) into small matchstick sized pieces. After that was done, I slit the peppers lengthwise and then dug out the stems and seeds with my jalapeno corer. The last part was to simply jam as much cheese and sausage I could into each pepper.
I then cooked these indirect at 400°F on my egg with a little hickory smoke. In about 20 minutes they were done. They were really excellent! I think the sausage definitely adds a little something, but I thought a little ranch dip would set them over the top.) As luck would have it, my favorite San Antonio chef was on CBS handing out his BBQ recipes! I look forward to trying this again with a little dip!