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King Kooker 36JR Stainless-Steel 36-Hole Jalapeno Rack with Corer
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- 36-hole jalapeno rack for evenly roasted peppers
- Durable stainless-steel construction washes easily
- Stainless-steel coring tool enables fast, effortless preparation
- For use with smokers, grills, or ovens
- Measures 9-1/5 by 9-1/5 by 1-4/5 inches
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Once I cleaned the jalapenos and set them in the cooker, I melted over low heat equal parts cream cheese and whatever other cheese I happened to have around. This time it was mostly Gruyere with some scraps of Manchego and Parmesan. I fried and chopped 4 pieces of turkey bacon and added to the melted cheese. Spooned the cheese into a quart-size plastic bag, clipped the corner and squeezed the cheese into my waiting jalapeno receptacles. I needed about 2 cups to fill all of my peppers. The extra got squirted onto some crackers and was eaten before it ever had a chance to cool down. Then the cooker went into my smoker at 250F for about 30 minutes. The results were fabulous! Soft smokey peppers with melty cheesy goodness awaiting inside with a bit of bacon added for good measure! The wise grill master nabs one or two for himself before setting these out for his guests, they will not (did not) last long.
One reviewer mentioned that the holes are a bit too small for large peppers, I disagree. The peppers that appeared to fit perfectly in the holes prior to cooking fell through the holes when the cooker was picked up after cooking due to the softening of the peppers. However, the bigger peppers that seemed to barely fit pre-cook, were now sitting nicely in their holes.
A few minor gripes:
1. The cookers 36 holes are arranged in a square which means it takes up a lot of prime real estate in my smoker (Traeger Lil Tex).Read more ›
Last night we tried this cooker for the first time and were thoroughly happy with it! The corer worked very well, eliminating a lot of exposure to the toxic jalapeno juice and simplifying the cleaning. It sometimes didn't get deep into the point of the jalapeno and that produced some hot-hot-hot moments, but they ARE jalapenos, so what do you expect :)
As for the cooker, we were a little unsure how the bacon would cook without direct heat as it would now be suspended on the pepper and not lying on the foil. We opted to wrap half pieces of bacon on the tops and secure with toothpicks. We tried to leave the grill closed and let the heat do the work, only checking the peppers a few times in about 30 minutes. To our surprise, the bacon cooked just fine and the peppers were excellent! Next time we'll go for the whole shebang with full strips of bacon and leaving the grill closed for the 30 minutes. I have no doubt that they'll be perfect :)
kitchen tool I have purchased in a long time. I bought a 2nd for my sister, and her family loves it too. It fits in my toaster oven as well as on the grill.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
peper corer is great. Quit using the cooker because the peppers dont cook from the hole up.Published 4 days ago by Daphne Aikens
You can fit tons of peppers in this thing. Great quaility! I made stuffed sweet peppers with this. love it.Published 19 days ago by Nina
Holes are rather small, but I just poke a toothpick through the jalapenos, so it work well enough.Published 1 month ago by Garrett.
These work okay. Don't think I've ever cooked peppers in it that came out looking like the picture though. Usually they are leaning over, cheese running out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jay E. Johnson
The holes are so big. It is not as practical as I thought it would be. Save your money and just use a baking pan.Published 1 month ago by EnduranceBeginner