Stuffed Seafood Jalapeno's

Audra LeNormand


First time I had these was years ago at my granddaughters 2nd birthday party My son was making them for the adults... She's 21 now and they get better with each year.

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1 Hr
20 Min
Stove Top


30 medium
jalapeno peppers, cleaned
2 pkg
cream cheese, soft
2 can(s)
small shrimp, drained
2 can(s)
canned crabmeat, flaked and drained
3 tsp
garlic, pressed
2 lb
1/2 pkg
dry ranch dressing
1/2 c
cheddar cheese, shredded
1 tsp
old bay seasoning
1 box


1I always clean the Jalapeno's the night before. Makes it so much easier. Wear food prep gloves and glasses. Jalapeno juice in a cut or your eyes is painful. I put the jalapeno's in ice water over night. It takes some of the bite out of it.
2Drain the crab and shrimp. In a bowl mix the soft cream cheese,crab and shrimp, dry ranch dressing and Old Bay Seafood Seasoning and cheese. Mix well. Refrigerate over night.Flavor marries really nicely.
3The next morning drain the Jalapenos well before you stuff them.
4Take the stuffing out and let it get soft. Make sure you use a pastry bag for stuffing the Jalapeno's. Much easier than trying to spoon it in. The larger the tip the better.
5Squeeze the stuffing into the Jalapeno,then wrap the bacon around the Jalapeno. Then put the toothpick in to hold bacon in place.Place in Jalapeno rack.
6Cook on Grill for 20 minutes or bacon is crisp!

About Stuffed Seafood Jalapeno's

Course/Dish: Seafood Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy