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You Can’t Go Wrong With These Two Special Ingredients!
If you’ve gotten a little tired of your usual appetizers and would like to try something different, you’ve come to the right place! We all love the deviled eggs, pigs in a blanket and jalapeno poppers, but sometimes you just need a change. I know that sliders are a pretty common appetizer, too – but these sliders are packed with stupendous flavor!
Instead of ham and cheese (which are probably the most common slider fillings) this recipe is taking a completely different approach with shrimp and bacon! Mmm! I love shrimp and I love bacon, so it’s pretty strange that I hadn’t actually thought of combining these two.
Fortunately the world is filled with delicious recipes for those of us who are not always very inventive when it comes to cooking! This recipe from Petit Jean Eats is perfect for your next event – or maybe you’d just like to make these for dinner? I know I sure do!
Recipe and image courtesy of Petit Jean Eats.
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Quick Tip: For a spicy kick, add a bit of hot sauce.