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Season with salt & pepper


Add some cheese, then some more cheese, and the secret ingredient


Serve with tortilla chips, pita chips, eggs, or anything you like!

Heads up, even with the seeds removed from the jalapenos, this is pretty spicy stuff.  For a milder version you could probably get away with one jalapeno, no seeds.  Enjoy!

UPDATED – 2010/07/29:

I can’t take credit for this recipe.  Well, I could, because this is the internet where we can do whatever the hell we please.  But I won’t, because I would like to be a gracious benefactor.  This is my Father in-law’s recipe.  He picked it up while working at a Mexican restaurant, and has evolved it over the years to suit his tastes.  We love it, and I hope you do to.   When informed that his recipe made it on the intarblags, and would summarily become famous, he responded thusly:

“I am not out for notoriety, although I would receive accolades with mild enthusiasm, I do it for the competitivesness, self-control, inner peace and, of course, spirituality.”

And that, folks, is why I must give credit where it’s due.


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