A not to uncommon sight on Interstate 94 in North Dakota.
When your roasted chicken supper is delayed and it looks like your meal has gone off in the ditch....pivot and crack that whip and tame up some jalapenos for a appetizer in a snap.
Sharon shows how she puts together a quick easy appetizer.
Sharon's Stacked Jalapeno Appetizer Recipe
Jar of "Tamed" Jalapenos
Cheddar Cheese or cheese of your choice.
Slice the cheese in squares/rectangle, place one jalapeno on top, place a grape that has been sliced in half on top, skewer with a toothpick. Serve! Yup! it is fast, easy, simple. Cracking the whipping trying to tame the jalapenos is the most difficult part of the recipe.
Suzy is feeling crabby after driving in the North Dakota snow storm. So she shows you what to do with some crab, could be left over from that meal at Red Lobster (that body part not the legs, eat those legs at the restaurant) or a leg or a couple claws you boil up. Suzy does not recommended fake crab.
Suzy's Crabby...Stuffed Mushroom Appetizer Recipe
One or two cloves garlic chopped ( Suzy shows her way for an easy peel and Sharon uses a gadget)
One or two green onion chopped
1 tblps organic
2 tblps butter
1 cup of cooked quinoa
1/2 to 1 cup Cooked Crab
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 8 oz pkg of mushrooms stems removed
6 to 8 slices of provolone cheese
Put garlic, green onion, oil and butter in a microwavable dish. Microwave for about one minute till butter is melted. Mix into the quinoa add the crab,cheese and egg. Assemble your mushrooms in an oven safe bowl. Spoon in the stuffing into the mushrooms. Place slices of provolone cheese over the stuffed mushrooms. Bake at 375 degrees until cheese is bubbly and golden brown.
Sharon had never heard of quinoa. See below was Suzy pronouncing it correctly?
A lifestyle VLOG Sisters Suzy or Sharon sharing recipes, cooking, baking, making and maybe some snowbird tips. We are Sisters of the Spoon. Dishing it!