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SPINACHROCKS
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12/17/12 8:28 P

emoticon Sure do appreciate the revised recipe and your time. emoticon



YOJULEZ
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Posts: 2,171
12/16/12 6:54 P

I'm not sure why you'd need the butter and white wine... the thing you linked to says it has a "jalapeno dressing" so that must be why. I found some other stuff online that simplifies the recipe.... no "dressing" just a slice of jalapeno in with the cheese.

Try it out with using center-cut bacon, the brand I use is only 25 calories per slice, and it has less fat than regular bacon. Also I'm not a fan of doing this, but you could do lower fat cheese.

I just built it in the recipe builder using 6 large shrimp, 6 slices of center cut bacon (might even be able to do 3 slices cut in half, depending on how big the shrimp is), 1 jalapeno (sliced up it would be 6 slices), and a 1/2 cup of shredded jack cheese, and I got 336 calories total.



SPINACHROCKS
Posts: 165
12/16/12 3:02 P

Anyone have a reduced calorie recipe for this appetizer? I usually goes like this: large shrimp stuffed with a monterey jack cheese and fresh thin sliced jalapeņo, wrapped in a bacon strip on a skewer (sometimes we use mozzarella). This recipe shows serving size 6 shrimp:
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