Ready to plan your next football viewing party? Michael Reimann, president of AZBarbeque, prepared some great tasting tailgating dishes.
2 lbs of deveined and shelled large/med shrimp
24 fresh jalapeno peppers, cored and cleaned
1-6 oz container of cream cheese
4 TBSP salted butter
Soy sauce for dipping
Warm pan on the grill, add butter and let melt. Then, add shrimp and seasoning. Cook until shrimp is no longer pink. Set aside to cool for handling.
Then stuff each jalapeno with 1 tsp of cream cheese and 1 to 2 of the Creole seasoned and cooked shrimp.
Wrapped each stuffed jalapeno with a slice of bacon.
Place jalapenos directly on the grill and allow to smoke until bacon is crispy and cream cheese is melted.
Cheese Steak Sliders
2 lbs thin sliced rib eye steak
10 oz can of beef broth
1 packet of onion soup mix
Hot sauce to taste
2 lrg red or sweet onions
1 lb American cheese, sliced thin
1 lb Pepperjack cheese, sliced thin
24 Package of slider buns
Marinade rib eye steak in the beef broth and onion soup mix overnight or for at least 2 to 3 hours.
Grill onions until desired level of caramelization, remove from heat.
Then, add the hot sauce to meat mixture and cook on the grill until medium doneness (5 to 7 minutes).
Top the meat with grilled onions and slices of cheese alternating and covering all meat, allow cheese to melt.
Then, layer meat, onion and cheese mixture on slider buns and serve at your next tailgate party.
BBQ Tailgate Cobbler
1 cup self-rising flour
1 tsp. baking powder
3/4 cup white sugar
1 cup buttermilk
1 stick salted butter ( 1/2 cup)
1 large can peaches, drained
Mix flour, baking powder, sugar and buttermilk thoroughly to create the batter.
Melt butter in the pan in which you plan to cook the cobbler.
Pour the batter on top of the melted butter.
Cut peaches into bite sized pieces. Spread carefully over the batter.
Cook on bbq grill over indirect heat for 45 minutes.
Test for doneness with a toothpick, if it comes out clean, it's done.
Allow cooling for 5 to 10 minutes and enjoy topped with whipped cream.
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