Nonstick Jalapeño Roaster by Outset
Feeling roasty? Don't hesitate to add this roaster to your grillware collection. Its nonstick coating is PTFE- and PFOA-free for safe grilling and easy clean up. The jalapeño roaster holds up to 16 medium-sized peppers and can be used in the grill or oven so you can enjoy this spicy accessory year-r... See complete description »
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Feeling roasty? Don't hesitate to add this roaster to your grillware collection. Its nonstick coating is PTFE- and PFOA-free for safe grilling and easy clean up. The jalapeño roaster holds up to 16 medium-sized peppers and can be used in the grill or oven so you can enjoy this spicy accessory year-round.
Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers Recipe
Preheat grill to medium. Cut off top of each pepper and carefully core the pepper, removing all seeds. If you do not have a jalapeño corer, a vegetable peeler is a good kitchen tool for hollowing out peppers. Remember the oils in jalapeño peppers are very hot, so take care not to touch your face or eyes. Place the peppers upright in roasting holes.
In bowl, mix cream cheese, cheddar cheese, garlic, onion, tomatoes, salt and pepper. Put mixture in pastry bag and pipe cheese evenly into peppers. A knife or spoon may also be used to stuff the peppers. If desired, wrap upper half of each piece with a 1/2 slice of bacon and skewer with water-soaked toothpicks. The water helps keep the toothpicks from catching fire.
Grill peppers until bacon is done, about 20-30 minutes. Serve hot.
*The size of jalapeño peppers may vary by grocer, region and season. If peppers are too small, skewer them with water-soaked toothpicks to keep peppers from falling through roasting holes.
Great way to roast jalapeno's on the grill!
This is really nonstick. I washed it with a sponge and the burnt cheese came right off! Very sturdy too. I love it, but unfortunately the jalapenos I made were so HOT my husband & I couldn't eat them!!!!! Will have to try banana peppers next time.
Nice little roaster. Works great and cleans up easily. Get yourself a jalapeno corer to make cleaning them easier on yourself. I suggest getting peppers that fit half way down into holes and use a toothpick thru the middle. The peppers shrink when they roast and will slide down and big fat ones won't stay in hole and will tip over. If you roast in the oven, place roaster on a baking sheet,makes moving easier and save cleaning the bottom of your oven.They will drip as they roast and if you stuff with raw meat or anything that produces liquid when cooked you will need to poke a hole in the bottoms with toothpick prior to stuffing so liquids can drain.Check out www.chilegrill.com for a corer and recipes, they have tons of large roasters also. ENJOY!!!
I bought this for our smoker to smoke cream cheese filled jalapenos. It's just perfect. I should have bought 2 or 3 for parties. Will probably buy more on my next order.
Used the roaster a couple of days ago out on the grill and it was very stable sitting on the grill and the peppers were secure and cooked properly. After the peppers fully cooked and the roaster had a chance too cool off it's non-stick surface cleaned up well. Having looked at other roasters of this type, it's ease of handling and especially it's apperance made purchasing this roaster a pleasure.