For these poppers you could go *HOT* or mild simply by choosing to stuff Jalapeño's vs baby bell peppers, but there's also 2 fillings to choose from...
For our friends who are still building their tolerance the mild version is very flavorful, just choose baby bell peppers and a cream cheese with bacon bits filling, then douse with Lemon Fire sauce to your liking.
For the HOT version try stuffing Jalapeño's with our favorite invention: Thai chili, beef and Lemon Fire Sauce filling!
MILD: Cream cheese and bacon stuffing
Cook up some crispy bacon and chop into very small bacon bits
Mix the cream cheese with bacon bits.
Cut some mini bell peppers length wise in half, wash and de-seed them, then lay them out on a baking sheet.
HOT: Thai chili, beef and Lemon Fire Sauce filling
Brown the beef and strain.
Put back on the heat and season with a little salt, pepper and garlic powder.
Add some finely chopped Thai chili peppers (we recommend wearing gloves for that but, hey- its your call!) cook for 3-5 mins longer.
Remove from the heat and mix in a bunch of Lemon Fire sauce!
Cut your jalapeño's length wise in half, wash and de-seed them, then lay them out on a baking sheet.
Spoon the filling into the peppers.
Add parmesan cheese to the top of the beef poppers.
Cook at 400 degrees for 20 minutes or until browned.
Sprinkle chopped chives and cilantro, and soLemon Fire sauce on the cream cheese poppers while cooling (the cheese will take the heat out of the sauce so don't be afraid!)
We like to add more Lemon Fire when the beef poppers are all done.
Serve with even more sauce on the side for those who want to swim in the good stuff.